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Open Windows Explorer, go to Program Files and look for a Wild Tangent folder. Then go to Windows and look for a folder named wt. If you don't see those folders you don't have Wild Tangent installed.
How do I look for that particular file?
Even if these files were on your system, they would not be causing any harm to your system. Wild Tangent is not malware.
I just want to make sure it is not going to harm my system if it is still "hiding".
Found by what program, Spybot?
21 files were found on my system
That indicates they were probably installed when you got your computer.
All but 2 of the files are dated 2003, the year this make+model of my computer came out.
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