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:: Remove the shortcut of uninstalled programs ::[CLOSED]

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Hello everyones,this is hard to explain this problem but I've tried to explain what is happening to me,It becomes when you install a program.
for example when you install GetRight,2 command appears when you right click on a link for download a file on Internet Explorer.(Download with getright,Open with getright browser). "BUT" when you Uninstall the program this 2 commands are in their place.
There is the same problem when a toolbar install on your PC and there is no way to uninstall this unwanted toolbar except on way,delete the files manually,and the name of the program stays in you toolbar when you look at the Menu\View\Toolbars (on Internet Explorer) like AZESEARCH and other Malwares.
If there is any way to solve this matter I would be glad to here from you...
:tazz: How was that
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Hi and welcome to GTG :tazz:

Sorry for the late reply,
If you’re still looking to resolve this issue,
Please run through the steps outlined in this Topic
Post back a fresh log when done please

If you have resolved this issue please let us know,
Thanks and again sorry for the late reply,

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