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If you axed the uninstall process before completion, then used a 3rd party tool to pull it out of the add/remove list and manually deleted a couple folders, then you have NOT completely removed it (as evidenced by your problems installing VSCE). Reinstall VSU2013, then uninstall it again properly (via Add/remove programs), then install VSCE.
It seems that PhantomJS—by default—doesn’t install it’s files anywhere outside of it’s build directory. According to the official PhantomJS documentation on building the software: This produces a statically built bin/phantomjs. This is a self-contained executable, it can be moved to a different directory or another machine. Which means that if you ...
Well, none of that worked, so here's what I did: Set owner to whatever user you are, as described above. Delete all users from folder permissions in Security-Edit. Re-add your user and set full control permissions. Go to Advanced and select both checkboxes at the bottom (Include ineritable permissions..., Replace all child object permissions..., ...
This is impossible. The DVD was optimized with the command Dism.exe /Image:C:\Mount /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup /ResetBase and /ResetBase removes the older files, so that you can't uninstall the updates. Warning All existing service packs and updates cannot be uninstalled after this command is completed. This will not block the ...
There can be many reasons for this: Many programs you install start some kind of background process when the computer is started. These all take a tiny toll on the performance of the computer, both CPU and working memory; when it sums up, it could be significant enough to feel it as a performance degradation. And you cannot see that these background ...
No, the speed of your PC is the same no matter what is installed, but the number of programs installed does affect the performance of your PC. Malfunctioning hardware can also cause performance issues. I would start by reviewing your installed programs (Control Panel) and removing what you don't really need. Also, Windows XP is no longer supported by the ...
Yes, Every program increase the fragmentation of your files and also the size and fragmentation of your registry files. To reduce the slow up, defragment your drives and use tools like CCleaner to clean your disk and registry and Free Registry Defrag to defrag your registry.
Yes, the more number of programs, the slower is the windows by nature. You may not be running all the programs, but programs by themselves can run some services or processes to have them updated and can consume memory, which can result in slow down of system.
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