However, it is still in my Windows Explorer, just not on the "C:/program files/Registrypartrol.exe" It is in C:/Registrypatrol.exe.
Can I just delete this part? It appears to be a full executable file. If I delete it, I would do a "Glary Utilities, Registry Scan" to get rid of the remanents. Will that cause more problems or make it as useless as possible?
I have two other programs that are the same way, but I am really worried about the Registrypatrol.
For instance, since install and uninstall, I cannot access my jpg files by opening the folders. I also cannot save my jpg files for the same reason. I have to copy a jpg to the Desktop inorder to access and attach to an email or document.
Concerned but hoping someone has a good word for me about getting rid of this program, I am humbly yours, Pat
(Sorry for the typo in the Heading - Successful is the word.)
Edited by Pandy, 19 January 2010 - 03:11 AM.
Moved from Windows Vista ~Pandy