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I have windows xp 2003, Installed the free version of avg 2011. Was told Microsoft Essentials was so much better so wanted to try it. Thought I downloaded it, but now I can't find it. To top it off, can't remove avg, keeps telling me that there is an error & it gives me the option to try again or close. The try again does the same thing. I downloaded CCleaner & it is no longer free, so it did not give me the option to remove avg either but did show that avg is working.
Can you please tell me what I am doing wrong?
Thanks!!

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Got it fixed!! Thanks!! Had to reinstall it as you said & then re-uninstall it! Ugh!!!
As for Ccleaner, I did install the free version, but now it only cleans your recycle & just a few temps, now you have to pay for the full version to complete all the cleaning it used to do.
Is there another program like CCleaner that is totally free & as good?? Thanks!!!!!!!

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I have the latest version of CCleaner [as on the link caper posted, .1457]; it cleans at least as well as earlier versions, is free, is still configurable. Mine I configure to clean Java caches etc., and other temp files that I have moved.

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CC cleaner or Tuneup utilities can be very helpful. Another way, have your try to log in safe mode and try to instability the software?

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CC cleaner or Tuneup utilities can be very helpful. Another way, have your try to log in safe mode and try to instability the software?

Or even uninstall it, maybe.

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AVG has a function ti uninstall it. OR reinstall AVG and use the uninstall function. If that does not work, last option. Drag it to the trash and empty it securely.

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reinstall AVG and use the uninstall function.

OP all ready reinstalled it and uninstalled it successfully! as they stated in there last post

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