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Those files are not specific to Emacs-23, so they'll be reinstalled when you install emacs24. Furthermore, you can have both emacs23 and emacs24 installed at the same time, without any conflict. I actually have emacs20, emacs21, emacs22, emacs23, and emacs24 all installed here at the same time.


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Only uninstalling will not help speeding up the computer. There are few other things you can try which might help speeding up the old machine. Update all the device drivers to the latest one available on the Internet. Perform a Disk Cleanup on the drive containing the OS, that is your C: drive. Do a Disk Defragmentation using the Disk Defragmenter program ...


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NOOOOPE. Spigot Inc. is known for unwanted stuff. Therefore, look into adware removal techniques and / or use an uninstaller that does thorough checks (in the registry and files). (I use IObit Uninstaller) On a general term, Window's Uninstall program found in Control Panel just launches the program's uninstaller. That's it. Please do a thorough check ...


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Easy, I just did it with out any complicated steps. Push the Windows key and hold it in while you push the S key. Search will come up. Type "control panel" into search. Click on the control panel icon. When it opens find the "program and features" icon and right click it for a menu. Click on "Pin to Start" and you are done. Go to your Start ...


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Create a shortcut to appwiz.cpl, or to rundll32.exe with the following arguments: rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL appwiz.cpl,,0


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Run a Threat Scan with MalwareBytes which you can download from https://www.malwarebytes.org I believe it will identify it as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) called PUP.Hacktool.Patcher and give you the opportunity to have MalwareBytes completely remove it for you.


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I'm working on a pc that sometimes randomly boots up windows 10. It has 2 SSD's and 5 HDD's. BCDedit doesn't show the windows installation. Windows 7/8/10 boot sequence is not random. Boot Configuration Data (BCD) contains all the parameters and settings for booting any Vista, Windows 7/8/10. You can list full contents of BCD with: bcdedit /enum ALL /v ...


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To boot from the Windows you want to: right click on my computer, or computer, select properties, advanced system settings, under startup and recovery, click settings, at the top uncheck display list of operating systems, and make sure the one you want is selected under the drop box. To delete the boot entry for Windows 10: Step 1. To launch msconfig: a. ...


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I uninstalled my Windows Mail, but I had to alter ownership and permissions to allow it. You will find the options for this within the "properties" of the Mail folder itself.


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Try to find your program in registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall Then delete it. Don´t forget registry backup


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use dpkg-query -S /some/file... to find which package owns the file, then remove that package, if there is one.


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In GCC 5.1.0, the best method so far is to install it somewhere else with DESTDIR and then use that to decide which files were generated, as mentioned at: http://stackoverflow.com/a/25304014/895245 Although there is no top-level uninstall target, some directories do have it, in particular gcc, so you can do: cd build/gcc sudo make uninstall This does not ...



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