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Since I'm on AOL Dial Up Internet, I obviously don't have MSN Internet Service.
I don't play Computer Games.

NOW ... there is an <b>MSN Gaming Zone</b> Folder in my Windows XP's Program Files Folder. It is 8.33 Meg in size. There is nothing in the Control Panel Add / Remove area indicating that I can uninstall this.

CAN I simply DELETE this MSN Gaming Zone Folder without any surprise ramifications? Or is there a particular sequence that I'd have to follow to get rid of it? Or is it a Folder that I'm NOT supposed to get rid of because it would affect something in Windows XP's operation / functionality?
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Uh Oh! I just noticed in the Similar Topics that this topic is a little bit controversial as to whether it can be removed safely ... HOW it can be removed AND if it can even be removed at all. I wouldn't want any suprise glitches afterwards if I got rid of it. Maybe I should just leave it alone.

Edited by Chimiti, 06 February 2010 - 10:47 AM.

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