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Uninstalling Vuze (Azureus)


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#1 trumpetman51

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Posted 09 August 2009 - 10:01 AM

Greetings fellow BC members!

I have a question about uninstalling Vuze, formerly known as Azureus. I went to Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs and did the uninstall thing there as I would with any other application. I thought that was all that I needed to do. Now I find that not only is the application still in C:/Program Files...but if I open the application file "Azureus.exe" the program starts right up! It's as if "Add/Remove Programs" didn't "remove" a thing.....what's the deal with this?

I know that somebody here has the answer, could you please share it with me?
Thanks!
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Posted 09 August 2009 - 12:03 PM

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