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1). How do I delete "My Document" folder in Win95?
2). If I use Dial-Up Network for internet connection, do I need to install MS Exchange?  I have QuickLinkII for fax and don't want to use MS Fax in Exchange. If not, how do I remove MS Exchange to free hard disk space?
3). After installing Win95 and proper identification my PC configuration, how do I remove all those hundreds of drivers in Win95 for hard drive, CD-ROM drive, sound card, modem, etc that my PC would never use to free more hard disk space?
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1.) To get around the undeletable system folder "My Document", run Regedit.exe and click on My Computer. Choose Edit|Find and type in 'my documents. Press enter to locate the first instance of my documents. Then doubleclick  on the "ab" icon to edit the default document's foler pathname. Press F3 to locate other instances of my documents. Now you can close the registry editor and kill that folder for good.

2) You don't need to install MS Exchange in order to use dial-up network. To remove it go to the Configuration screen, click on Add/Remove programs (or Software) and choose the Windows Setup tab. Uncheck the checkbox in front off MS Exchange and press Apply. Now Win95 will automaticly remove MS Exchange from your System.

3) These drivers are still standing on your CD-ROM. They weren't installed on your harddrive !!!!
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