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Deleting Programs and Defragging Your Hard Drive

I’ve learned a lot from my mistakes, and deleting programs was something I used to do the wrong way. When you’re working in Windows, whatever you do, don’t drag a program (or some other file that you aren’t sure what the purpose of it is) into your Recycle Bin and then empty the bin. You’ll be deleting that file or files from your hard drive for good. Even though this may seem like the right thing to do when you don’t want that program on your computer anymore, there is a proper way to delete programs, and that is not the way. To delete a program, locate the program’s uninstaller (located in the program’s menu under the Start menu in Windows), select it, and follow the on-screen instructions. ...

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