Posted 10/9/2010 12:52 PM
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Leonard again Member

Date Joined Nov 2016
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Three months ago I bought a new computer (windows 7) with a pre-installed trial-version of Bullguard, which has just expired. After deinstalling the program, it seems like something has been left on my D: drive.

In the directory D:\Tools\Bullguard 9.0, I find two programs (extension 'exe'):

- Bullguard_90.exe (96 Mb)

- Bullguard_90_x64.exe (99 Mb)

Now I know little of computers, but I thought, perhaps these are two just backups of the original program (in a 32-bit and a 64-bit version?), meant for reinstalling. In that case, I'd rather have them deleted. But since I'm not sure, I hesitate to press the delete-button.

Can I just delete the directory with those two files? Or what should I do to get rid of them in a proper way?

Thanks for your help!
Posted 10/10/2010 8:09 AM
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Alin Vlad Advanced member

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These are just the installation kits. You can safely delete them.
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