Which HP printer apps can I uninstall

I have HP D110 and 6800 printers. I connect to both via WIFI. The installation routines installed all this stuff:HP apps installedOf this list, which apps can I safely remove and have print and scan capabilities of the two printers? Using Win 7.
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The Customer participation program, and if you don't need them, the support solutions and smart web printing.

Rather than uninstalling software, I'd make sure those you don't need to be running aren't in your startup system. Do that via msconfig.
Gary CaseRetiredCommented:
You can eliminate quite a few ...

=> Customer Participation
=> FWUpdate
=> Photo Creations
=> Smart Web Printing
-> HP Update

Note:   When you install the printer(s) in the future, pay close attention to one of the first screens in the process ... there's a small note towards the bottom that you can click on to customize exactly what it installs => if you do that you'll get a page with checkboxes for all the extra "stuff" ... and you can deselect anything you don't want.   It also has a small note by each item on that page that tells you what it's for.

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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:

Uninstall only one application at a time.  Create a Windows Restore Point before doing the uninstall.  Then run for a couple of days to see if there are issues.

If there are no issues, well and good.  Repeat until you are satisfied with the situation.

If there are issues, restore the previous state using the Restore Point, make a note to not uninstall that application, and try a different one.
thenelsonAuthor Commented:
All great ideas. Per rindi I have started disabling the utilities listed in garycase's answer on at a time. After a few days, if nothing significant happens, I will delete the utility. And I am creating a restore point before each action as Dr. Klahn suggests.

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