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UNINSTALL PGE file on my xp system.

Funny, I haven't noticed this program before.

I was going to remove another program when I noticed this "Uninstall PGE". It sees it as Size. 1.52 Gig, "used occasionally", "last used 3/5/2004"

any one encounter this before, would you/can you remove this program without any dire ramifications?


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Re: UNINSTALL PGE file on my xp system.

Uninstall it if you need the space. You haven't used it in 4 years.
If space isn't an issue, leave it there. You never noticed it before and it doesn't appear to be running anything detrimental to your system.

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