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I bought a new pc 6 months ago. Windows xp home addition.

I have microsoft office 60 day trial that I don't plan on using or buying it.


It has Excell, Outlook, powerpoint, Word, and office tools



If I click the remove button I get.

Modifying this folder will affect all users who log on to this pc. Do I want to continue?

Can I remove the trial software from my PC? If I remove it will it cause problems with my pc?

Thanks Maggie
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it wont cause problems....it's just warning you that it will remove it from everyone's account not just yours..but if you were planning on getting rid of it anyway...just uninstall it
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Howdy:

You can remove it.. That is XP's standard message whenever you remove a shared program..

All it is saying is that, if you remove it from your use, it will be removed for every user on your system..

Not to worry!!

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Thanks for the HELP


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