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It's truly uncomfortable that we're still waiting for this one slim version.

 

I'm very dissatisfied and a little bit disappointed.

 

Two things: Firstly, you didn't pay for Defraggler. Secondly, the only difference is two checkboxes in the installer. Unless you're on dial-up, nothing will change.

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Two things: Firstly, you didn't pay for Defraggler. Secondly, the only difference is two checkboxes in the installer. Unless you're on dial-up, nothing will change.

 

For sure I do not pay. For sure it's easy manually remove marks in checkboxes.

But the answer is truly weak.

Have you ever mind why the slim version?

I suggest: for the silent installation.

Have you ever wonder why silent install is so important?

Because makes easier to an application to spread the world.

 

Now I have my solution.

As I'm a little bit skilled in "googling" I can still use the parameter /S for silent install and then unistall the toolbar with this simple vbs script.

' © 2006 Plamdi.com. This file silently uninstalls the Google Toolbar.

Option Explicit:On Error Resume Next

Dim WshShell,a,i:i=0:Set WshShell=WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")

a=WshShell.RegRead("HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{2318C2B1-4965-11d4-9B18-009027A5CD4F}\UninstallString")

If a<>"" Then WshShell.Run(a&" /S"),1,True:i=1

WshShell=Nothing:Wscript.Quit(i)

 

With the slim I would haven't need this script but the simple switch /S.

 

So I'm gonna looking forward for a new solution to replace defraggler as I will be frustrated with this behavior by Piriform and I will spread out another solution to my little world.

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For sure I do not pay. For sure it's easy manually remove marks in checkboxes.

But the answer is truly weak.

Have you ever mind why the slim version?

I suggest: for the silent installation.

Have you ever wonder why silent install is so important?

Because makes easier to an application to spread the world.

 

Now I have my solution.

As I'm a little bit skilled in "googling" I can still use the parameter /S for silent install and then unistall the toolbar with this simple vbs script.

' ? 2006 Plamdi.com. This file silently uninstalls the Google Toolbar.

Option Explicit:On Error Resume Next

Dim WshShell,a,i:i=0:Set WshShell=WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")

a=WshShell.RegRead("HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{2318C2B1-4965-11d4-9B18-009027A5CD4F}\UninstallString")

If a<>"" Then WshShell.Run(a&" /S"),1,True:i=1

WshShell=Nothing:Wscript.Quit(i)

 

With the slim I would haven't need this script but the simple switch /S.

 

So I'm gonna looking forward for a new solution to replace defraggler as I will be frustrated with this behavior by Piriform and I will spread out another solution to my little world.

 

 

please calm down... i am also waiting, but alot of the software that I use has 3-7 day waits on the "ad free" software

 

IMHO, its TOTALLY worth it!

 

Well for a major release like v1-v2 its questionable, but minor releases its TOTALLY NORMAL and with Piriform software, TOTALLY WORTH IT

 

(CDBurnerXP does it, and god forbid it I didnt have it ping me VIA RSS as soon as its link goes live!)

 

 

be grateful its free at all, or that they plan to provide an ad-free one, THEY DO NOT HAVE TO

 

as a last note... I remember an old piece of software I used to use (they where bought out/closed down), made the freeware version 1 month behind (well depending on the average release, sometimes sooner if major issues where fixed or major version changes)

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