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How to Uninstall PLAYON completely

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#1 mujeebshah


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Posted 31 August 2011 - 11:35 PM

Hello All
I installed Playon on my computer. My trial has expired and I want to remove the software completely so I can reinstall it and use another trial period. Please tell me how can I remove the software completely. Right now it doesn't remove completely and when I install after reinstall it still show the trial is expired.
Please help.

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Posted 31 August 2011 - 11:47 PM

We will not assist you with methods to bypass copyright and security measures. There are reasons for 'trial periods'. Bypassing it an effort to use it for free is a violation of our rules.

Please review our fourm rules. click here

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I have deleted your multiple duplicate topics in all the other forums as well.

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