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Removing microsoft works 2000

I have a 5001r desktop that came with microsoft works 2000 already installed. can we remove it without adversely effecting the computers performace.we need the extra memory that removing it would provide.we recently upgraded from me to xp professonal. any info you can give us would be great! thank you for your time and help. henry williams

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This is easy, just press start, control panel and add/remove software, then add repair/remove where it says Microsoft Works 2000 or something like that

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