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Google end user window keep coming up at start

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This is what I found to fix this issue.
- Click on the Start

- Click in the Start Search Dialog Box

- Type regedit and press enter

- Go to Computer/HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows/
Currentversion/Run/

- Find the RegKey that has GoogleEULALauncher.exe

- Right Click and select delete.

- Search your Hard drive for GoogleEULALauncher.exe

- Delete it when found.

- Reboot.

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