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How cn uninstall a word u r a victim of softwre counterfeiting on my desktop..plz help me

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Go to folder items unhide and show system files also uncheck it and ok. Now search for wbcn or whatever file name it is showing on tray icon. Delete it. Open regedit search for same file and delete the registry key. Kill task of same file through task manager. turn off automatic windows update. restart your pc. if you can't get the root name tell me i'll have to again download the file through microsoft for giving you the root

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