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Open your Start menu and choose Control Panel.
In Windows XP: choose Add/Remove Programs.
In Vista: choose Programs/Features.
In Windows 7: Choose Uninstall a program.
Find the We-Care Reminder (may be ASPCA Reminder by We-Care.com).
Choose Remove (Windows XP), or right click and select uninstall (Vista and Win 7).
If you have any issues, contact We-Care.com support at (iesupport at we-care dott com).
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
How did you get the We-Care Reminder? Does it work for any cause?
Posted on Aug 16, 2012
It didn\'t appear in my uninstall list or programs and features list (Windows 7, 64-bit) and I have no idea how it was installed. Getting tired of the messages and also that it seems to hijack IE (I could go to the sites I wanted most of the time and especially if I was trying to access something on my LAN via IP address) I devoted some time to remove this.
I started by searching for the registry entry. There are several and you will want to delete them. I searched the registry using regedit and the keyword, "wecare." I will talk more about the registry searches later in this post. The registry showed that the program is located at C:ProgramData. This is a hidden directory. If you do not want to change your folder options to show hidden files and folders you can simply open Windows Explorer (not Internet Explorer) and in the search window enter, "wecare." I believe in Windows XP or later you will need to change the folder options. Once it has found the folder you can right-click on the folder and open it in a new window (preferably). From here you can see the files and delete them. One file will ask for admin rights which needs to be granted to delete. Once this is done you can return to your search list, right-click on the folder, and delete the folder. This will take it off of your system but the registry entries will still be there. A registry cleaner may remove this. I don\'t know because I started with removing the entries in the registry manually before going after the folder and files.
Regarding the registry entries, if you want to remove them manually perform the search as I described earlier. Delete the highlighted item and then search again. Repeat this until the search finds no more entries. It was interesting to note that some of the entries contained email addresses to which, I suspect, information was being sent.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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