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After going down the route of Start - Control Panel - Program Updates - Highlight the application and click, then select Delete / Uninstall applications and deleting - if that does not work completely then get a free 30 eval of Ashampoo from www.ashampoo.de and use this to clean your system of all the junk and also clean the registry as many applications will leave entries in there even though they are not being used thereby slowing down and potentially causing application and driver conflicts.

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Click on the start button and then open the control panel. there you will see an icon for programs. click on it and then click on uninstall. find the adobe reader you wish to uninstall and follow the prompts.

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Go to CONTROL PANEL, open ADD/REMOVE PROGRAMS. Highlight Adobe Reader 8.4.1, then click REMOVE and follow instructions. You may need to delete the icon on desktop afterwards. Just right click on it and choose delete.

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