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jrspie

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Hi.
Here's something that just popped up and I'd like to know what I can do with it.
I went into regedit after uninstalling Comodo Pro Firewall.
Using 'Find' I get MUIcache highlighted in blue.
But I see no reference to Comodo.
Can this be safely deleted?
I'm using XP Pro w/SP2 fully updated.
Thanks.
John
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MUIcache does not list all programs that have been recently used. MUI stands for "Multi-language User Interface". MUI is a feature available in Windows XP that will "translate" documents, file names and user commands so that computer users of more than one language can use the computer in their "native language".

Messing with the Registry is not advised, and you should not delete the MUIcache key.
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