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HOW TO ELIMINATE SOME NON INTERESTING PROGRAMS


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newnoi

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I got a new PC from HP mini tower desktop s5120y with Vista home premium with sp1.
There were a lot of preinstalled programs, that I uninstall, but some of them does'nt appear in the list of program to uninstall, but they appear when I click start/all programs.
I want to eliminate them, as Pandora Internet radio, Snapfish Photos,e-bay, and Free trial quick books, and HP games. All of them open webs to register to these applications.
Please can you explain how to eliminate them, and not appear in the list of start/all programms?
Thank you for your help
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wannabe1

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Hello newnoi...

The programs you are seeing are not in the installed programs list because they are not programs that have been installed. In fact, most of them are just shortcuts to the programs or the websites where they are available in hopes that you will want to try them.

You should be able to simply delete the shortcuts. :)

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newnoi

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Thank you, I eliminate them deleting from all programs list
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