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To uninstall Spy Sweeper (if you used the UCSF install) locate a file named SSECleanup.exe in the <RootDrive>\Program Files\SpySweeper Install\ directory. ou can search your hard disk for this file.

After which, reinstall the product.

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

  • Daniel Bates Nov 06, 2008

    Try opening Spy Sweeper from the Start Menu, then open the options to determine if the icon is disabled.

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4.Navigate to the programs you want to show on the taskbar through the "Start" menu or on your desktop. Right-click the program and drag it to the taskbar. Choose "Create shortcuts here" from the menu that appears. The icon for the program should appear in the taskbar.

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Don't post your key on here.

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