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daniellFri Nov-29-19 12:04 PM
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"Uninstalling Apache + PHP + Perl"


          

Somehow my wife accidentally installed the above program. I am having some difficulty uninstalling it. I am not really too familiar with Windows 10 since I have been using Linux for the most part. Their webpage offers an automatic uninstaller. I don't know whether or not I can trust it.To maintain matrimonial harmony, any assistance will be appreciated.
https://www.totaluninstaller.com/program-uninstall-center/completely-uninstall-xampp-guides/

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daniellFri Nov-29-19 04:05 PM
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#1. "RE: Uninstalling Apache + PHP + Perl"
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I tried to uninstall the program and it does not show up. I really don't want to have to reload windows along with the MB drivers.

  

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GreyFalconFri Nov-29-19 05:37 PM
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I don't think it would really matter if you left it on because it would have to be set up to work. Compatibility with windows 10 seems to favor perl from what I could see in a quick lookup for Win 10 compatibility.

  

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daniellFri Nov-29-19 05:56 PM
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I don't think it would really matter if you left it on because it would have to be set up to work. Compatibility with windows 10 seems to favor perl from what I could see in a quick lookup for Win 10 compatibility.


My wife finds it quite annoying. It pops up when she wants to go to her web based email. Why can't I find it in the list of installed programs? It's been quite a long time since I saw you.
I hope that you are well.

  

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daniellFri Nov-29-19 07:11 PM
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If I do reinstall windows, will I have to reinstall the motherboard drivers?

  

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GreyFalconFri Nov-29-19 07:25 PM
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#5. "RE: Uninstalling Apache + PHP + Perl"
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Fri Nov-29-19 07:30 PM by GreyFalcon

          

I'm as well as 72 allows, still riding my motorcycle and helping a friend with some duct work problems in his crawl space tomorrow so I guess that might be better than some. look in All Programs and see if there is a folder in there. Some non standard programs include their own uninstaller in the program folder. If you haven't been using windows lately do yourself a favor and get a program like Start10. it is a customizable Win7 type start menu ($5.00) that takes a fraction of the time in searching through the system looking for things. The Win10 menu is just stupid. If it is not there check both Program files, Program Files (x86), Program data (hidden file) and Application Data (hidden) under your user file in Users, all on drive C:. If you do uninstall Win 10 will find most or all of your drivers depending on what type of computer you have. They are really easy to download these days so that shouldn't be a problem if that is the way you go.

  

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daniellFri Nov-29-19 07:29 PM
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#6. "RE: Uninstalling Apache + PHP + Perl"
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I'm as well as 72 allows, still riding my motorcycle and helping a friend with some duct work problems in his crawl space tomorrow so I guess that might be better than some. look in All Programs and see if there is a folder in there. Some non standard programs include their own uninstaller in the program folder. If you haven't been using windows lately do yourself a favor and get a program like Start10. it is a customizable Win7 type start menu ($5.00) that takes a fraction of the time in searching through the system looking for things. The Win10 menu is just stupid. If it is not there check both Program files, Program Files (x86), Program data (hidden file) and Application Data (hidden) under your user file in Users, all on drive C:.


I got you beat. I am 73.

  

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#7. "RE: Uninstalling Apache + PHP + Perl"
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That doesn't mean you will beat me to the finish line.

  

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daniellFri Nov-29-19 08:00 PM
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#8. "RE: Uninstalling Apache + PHP + Perl"
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Thanks for the start 10 information. I found it for $3.74. Presently I am involved with ordering parts for my new build. My present computers are more than 10 years old. I am considering a Ryzen G CPU, Asrock 570 motherboard. I will be unfaithful to my Lian Li case. I cannot justify 80mm fans and no 3.0 port.

At my age, if I die tomorrow, nobody can say that I died a young man.

  

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My build is way past prime but it still runs everything I can throw at it beautifully. It is an old FX8350 @ 4.01GHz on a Asus Sabertooth with 32GB of ram and a EVGA Geforce GTX970 FTW. I had looked at the Ryzen but a build with 32GB of ram would drive it out of my limited budget. I think a lot of it is the ram with my old build because it still runs Destiny 2 flawlessly at 1080p on a 32" sharp tv. I might spring for a new video card some day but this will probably be my last build until it breaks if I last that long.

  

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arr2dee2Fri Nov-29-19 11:10 PM
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#11. "RE: Uninstalling Apache + PHP + Perl"
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I am considering a Ryzen G CPU, Asrock 570 motherboard. I will be unfaithful to my Lian Li case.

My last build was Intel, started parts Nov '17, Ryzen was a little new, I went with i5-8400. Asrock mobo, good as any I had, Fractal Design case -best I've ever had (mostly Antec). Samsung 960 EVO m.2.

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I had looked at the Ryzen but a build with 32GB of ram would drive it out of my limited budget.

Stuff's cheaper than when I did mine. 16GB RAM can be had for under $60, 32GB a little over $100 or so (just looked quick). I started with 8 for this computer, less than my old one. Bumped it to 24 when I saw another set on sale. Of course some stuff's on sale today, maybe more monday. SSDs m.2/NVMe are cheaper too.

Don't game too much, integrated runs all the free and cheap games I got on Steam. I have some roms for snes that I actually own. I got "Prey" very cheap on a sale, that one won't run well enough, might get a video card some day, so far that's the only one that bothers. I keep games on it mainly for parking visiting kids to keep them occupied.

  

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#13. "RE: Uninstalling Apache + PHP + Perl"
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Interested in selling the Lian Li???

  

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TtechFri Nov-29-19 09:55 PM
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#10. "RE: Uninstalling Apache + PHP + Perl"
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Their webpage offers an automatic uninstaller. I don't know whether or not I can trust it.


Please post a link to the webpage. Why don't you think you can trust it?

Behind every good computer... is a jumble of wires 'n stuff.

  

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daniellFri Nov-29-19 11:48 PM
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#12. "RE: Uninstalling Apache + PHP + Perl"
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Their webpage offers an automatic uninstaller. I don't know whether or not I can trust it.


Please post a link to the webpage. Why don't you think you can trust it?

I did install the automatic uninstaller. That too did not show that program. It is funny about many of those so called free programs. They do not really turn out to be free after all.

  

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