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Help!!! Can anyone tell me how to clean up my Add/Remove Programs in my Control Panel Area of Win 98 after I've already deleted the program yet the directory still remains in this area.....Thanks
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Shane,

  Install TweakUI from your Win98 cd rom and it will allow you to remove those listings.
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Dankh,

I suppose I sound like a dummy but "where" on the Win 98 Cd-Rom is it, Thanks
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Shane,

   Here you go:

One of the most popular add-on's for Windows 95 was a tool called TWEAKUI. Well, there's an updated version for Windows 98, and it ships right on the installation CD-ROM! It can be found in \tools\reskit\powertoys - right-click on the file named tweakui.inf and select Install.
TWEAKUI lets you control many things - definitely install it and take a look!


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