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  • adj. Capable of being uninstalled.
  • adj. Not capable of being installed.


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  • To remove such "uninstallable" extensions, open Firefox in Safe Mode, reopen the Extensions list in the browser's add-ons dialog, and see if the uninstall option is now clickable.

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  • If the program actually were "uninstallable", then one of two things would be the case: (1) you would be able to uninstall it, or (2) you would not be able to install it.

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  • Several times in the PDF, the word "uninstallable" is used.

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  • We made the CTP uninstallable to encourage people to test it.

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  • Software that does not follow trustworthy guidelines will automatically receive a higher score than software that is uninstallable by the user, identifyable, digitally signed, unencrypted, uncompressed, visible and accessible.

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  • It is fully uninstallable through the Windows interface.

  • You must understand that free kids internet safety software usually does not give you support, updates, either it is uninstallable or contains viruses or malwares.

  • Version 2.1.0 will now be installable and uninstallable via WebOS Quick Install and Preware.

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  • Some may prefer Androids sans Sense, but that's easily uninstallable.


  • Although, as I write, GNOME Shell, the core of the 3.0 desktop is uninstallable because the libgjs0 library is missing.



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