- v. present participle of uninstall.
“However, "uninstalling" IE/OE from Windows via Windows Setup merely removes their shortcuts.”
“I then did the most basic things such as uninstalling programs that they never use as well as disabling unnecessary programs that boot up in the beginning.”
“uninstalling" safari (deleting Safari. app) leaves all the crufty WebKit stuff behind?”
“Even after uninstalling it, it leaves "hidden" software behind.”
“HP/Compaq actually had a driver specifically for Norton and if you try uninstalling Norton, your computer won't start up right and just not work the same.”
“By uninstalling some of the applications and drivers that were not used (default installation comes with all graphics drivers, even if you only need one), it was quite easy to go down to 1905MiB of hard drive space — almost 300MiB reduction — and to 1055 packages.”
“If you install an AIR application from its source without saving its installation program file, or if the AIR engine is not available, uninstalling an AIR application can be difficult on a GNU/Linux system because it requires the use of system commands via a shell.”
“Uninstaller for Adobe AIR is an easy solution for uninstalling Adobe AIR applications.”
“Use apt-get remove for uninstalling or gui uninstaller”
“However, on my home computer I ended up uninstalling it.”
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