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I notice that sqlservr is a process that is always running in memory and takes variable amounts of space (e.g., 4 MB up to about 12 MB). I use my computer for Outlook and IE and little else. As far as I know, I've never used SQL directly, though I can't speak for programs that might have loaded and called it. Any suggestions as to how to remove it, and what the downside might be?

Many thanks,

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It seems odd that an sql server would be loaded and you wouldn't know it.

In Add/remove control panel---do you see sql server?
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