Removing Hearts and FreeCell


J

Jim

How can I remove the Windows games? I have Windows XP-
Home. I have tried to use the Control Panel: "Add/Remove
Programs, using the "Add/Remove Windows Components" and
selecting (chekking the box) the games subcomponent of
Accessories. When the utility finishes the games are
still accessible, even after a restrart.

What is the trick??
 
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J

Jim

Chirs H.

Thanks, I guess the checking and unchecking was not
intuitive (at least to me). Your helpful directions were
quite helpful. It a shame MS doesn't waste a little
space and add two rows, one for ADD and one for REMOVE.
Alas, too simple.

Again - thank you

Jim
 
C

Chris H.

:cool: Investing a little time in Help and Support would have given you the
same info, Jim.
 
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C

Chris H.

Are you in an Admin-enabled account? You cannot perform the function from a
Limited account.
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- With the Windows XP CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive, click Start, and then
click Control Panel.
- Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
- Click Add/Remove Windows Components.
- In the Windows Components Wizard, click Accessories and Utilities (the
words, not the check box), and then click Details.

Use the appropriate method.
- If the Games check box is not checked (no games are installed), and you
want to install all of the games, click to select the Games check box, click
OK, and then click Next.
- If the Games check box is not checked (no games are installed), and you
want to install one or more of the games, click Games (the word, not the
check box), and then click to select the check boxes for the games you want
to install. Click OK, click OK, and then click Next.
- If the Games check box is checked and the background of the check box is
white (all games are installed), and you want to uninstall all of the games,
click to clear the Games check box, click OK, and then click Next.
- If the Games check box is checked and the background of the check box is
white (all games are installed), and you want to uninstall only some of the
games, click Games (the word, not the check box), and then click to clear
the check boxes for the games you want to uninstall. Click OK, click OK, and
then click Next.
- If the Games check box is checked and the background of the check box is
gray (one or more games are installed), and you want to uninstall all of the
games, click to clear the Games check box, click OK, and then click Next.
- If the Games check box is checked and the background of the check box is
gray (one or more games are installed), and you want to uninstall only some
of the games, click Games (the word, not the check box), and then click to
clear the check boxes for the games you want to uninstall. Click OK, click
OK, and then click Next.
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