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Removing an app


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bklyngrrl

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I am attempting to remove a recently installed app (zohomeeting from zoho.com) from my pc (windows xp sp2). I of course went to control panel/remove software feature, however, it is not showing up on the list of programs.

How do I go about removing the app, and its components when it doesn't show within the remove program area?

Thanks for your help.
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Per zoho support

Apologies for the inconvenience.
Right now, you can simply remove the folder C:\Program Files\ZohoMeeting directory and the desktop shortcut created. That uninstalls the software !

Btw, we don't put any entries in registry, no adware/spyware kind of stuff, and start only when you start the Meeting and leave no traces anywhere else..

We will soon register ourselves as a windows program so that you can remove Zoho Meeting from Add/Remove programs.

Apologies once again for the inconvenience..


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According to zoho forum you can just goto the folder C:\Program Files\ZohoMeeting and delete it and that will totally remove it from your pc.
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Thanks! I love this site. Great response rate AND knowledgeable folks.
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