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Is it alright to delete this file?

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Um, hey guys. I've got a little question to ask you all.

Alright, I had, 31 days ago, downloaded a 30-Day trial of a program called "MIDI-Notation Software". Yesterday my trial ran out. I've tried to re-download it, see if I could cheat the system, but the installer detected that I had previously downloaded the trial. :tazz:

This leads me to believe that the trial leaves a trace file that the installer scans for when the Install-Wizard starts up. Now, I've looked through my C-Drive's files, and I've found a file called "Microsoft Office Outlook Configuration File", and the file is in .cfg format. What I want to know is if this is the trace file, and if it is, is it safe to delete it, or will it render my computer to be a pile of junk. I don't want to delete any crucial files.

Thanks guys! ;)
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If you are wanting to remove the file(s) in order to "cheat the system" as you state above, we cannot help you on this forum. We do not support things such as this, as they are illegal
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