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Posted on 1998-06-13
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can i delete Internet explorer and microsoft network and not effect my computer but free up some memory
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by:rmarotta
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Yes.
Probably the best way to do it is with a clean install though.
Use the custom setup and don't install any network components when you run setup.
Regards,
Ralph

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by:rmarotta
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Would you comment as to why the answer was rejected?
I have more info if you need it.
Ralph

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by:kingharold
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I don't want to reinstall windows again
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You don't have to re-install windows to get rid of IE, just go to <my computer> <control panel> <add/remove programs> then find Microsoft Internet Explorer then Microsoft Network click the add/remove button on each one. It's done!
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by:rmarotta
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The simple answer to your question was:  YES.
I didn't say you HAD to re-install Windows!
Re-installing is the best way to do it if you want to maximize your hard drive space.
Simply uninstalling as Tuff suggested will still leave a lot of unused data on your computer.
I don't think it will even touch the MSN files!
Regards,
Ralph

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