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  1. Thank you for your directions Nergal
  2. Hello again to everyone so soon. I have had this app for a while but this is the first time I have seen a opportunity to understand it more. Hopefully with all your help you are willing to extend. I would like to know, that once I have analysed the items in my device, that all that needs doing is to clean any apps that are carrying baggage it doesn't need. But I don't want to be uninstalling anything, as all my apps are for a reason and out of 150 odd apps, only about 13 are games, which I hardly do is play. I want to be sure that when I am cleaning, say my "Processes" and I
  3. Hi everyone I am new here and this is my first time here and I've jumped on board to ask this question to you all. I do hope someone in the community may be able to direct me, as am not sure "yet", if I will get an answer from our app owners. Anyway, why are we given the option to uninstall our devices systems applications. Isn't that just a no no? I hope my question isn't as silly as it sounds but I need enlightenment here, as I have a lot to learn. Looking forward to any repay
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