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  1. ocx


    I have a question, I wonder if its safe to delete all the folders in *:\Windows that are named $NT (uninstallers) I already updated to IE7 and WMP11 i dont have any beta versions so.. is it safe to delete em all? - $hf_mig$ - $NtServicePackUninstallIDNMitigationAPIs$ - $NtServicePackUninstallNLSDownlevelMapping$ - $NtUninstallMSCompPackV1$ - $NtUninstallWMFDist11$ - $NtUninstallwmp11$ - $NtUninstallWudf01000$
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  4. ocx

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    Nice. yeah I noticed that, and I gotta say this tool really works saved me almost 1 GB of space and fixed many issues on my registry, also my computer reboot way much faster, Thanks.
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    Yeah thats right, I went to Windows update site and everything was ok, didnt ask me to download anything at all. And about that folder well, the size is 246 mb so zip it may not be an option, ill keep searching what does that folder store and if its secure to delete or not, Thanks alot.
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    Yeah, thanks for the Welcome, I know I can tick that off, I was just wonder if my Windows updates I downloaded before that doesnt show there anymore were deleted or just removed from that list all those "kb***" updates from Windows update site, are gone lol, just wonder where they are and btw, is it safte to remove whats inside this folder? C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download
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    Hey Guys, I have a question I installed today CCleaner, deleted several stuff, I always keep my Windows updated, and Noticed that after cleaning with CCleaner all the updates that used to show under add/remove programs "show updates" files are gone, does CCleaner deleted my Windows software updates? or somehow just removed the "updates" from that list? thanks
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