Locked Re: Question #Windows10

Bill Somerville

On 18/10/2021 20:12, Neil Foster wrote:
I was just in my applications settings to remove an application I no longer use. In scrolling down I noticed about 19 copies of WSJT Many with the same date. What is that all about?
Neil   N4FN
Hi Neil,

assuming you used the default option when upgrading WSJT-X they are just small entries in the registry, you can ignore them as they take up a trivial amount of space. Unfortunately Windows 10 no longer offers an easy way of removing Apps and Features entries that are no longer refer to installed files.


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