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duley3

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I was deleteing some of the CRAP that dell put in my system. I ran acrooss a program in the add/remove programs, this was called Learn2 player (just like that) I don't know what it is or where it came from. So now I'm here to see if anyone here knew what it is? Is it safe to delete?
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Facedown98

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I have that too, but I don't really know what it is... It can't be anything dangerous though.
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A google search for Learn2 Player turns this up as the first link:
http://www.hardwaref...layer-wth-9394/
It's something that AOL installs, so relatively harmless, doesn't do much.
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Well, I don't use anything AOL. Dell had some AOL crap (along with some other unwanted crap) installed when I bought this system and I uninstalled it. So it sounds like it is safe to uninstall the learn2 player also. Right?
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just got rid of it , no probs, funny i had the same question.
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