Uninstalling program, tabctl32.ocx file replaced?


S

Santander

I just uninstalled some program, during uninstallation process, uninstsller
show alert:

File name: tabctl32.ocx
Location: C\WINDOWS\system32

"The system indicates that the following shared file is no longer in use by
any programs. Would you like for Uninstall to remove this shared file?
If any programs are still using this file and it is removed those programs
may not function properly.
If you are unsure, choose No. Leaving the file on your system will not
cause any harm."

I chosen No and left file. I checked rthis file Properties, and it looks it
very old:

File version: 6.0.81.69
Description: TABCTL32 OLE Control DLL
Comments: June 18, 1998
Created: June 24, 1998

It looks that ugly application has replaced windows OCX control with older
version. Where to get current version?

Santander
 
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J

Jim

I just uninstalled some program, during uninstallation process, uninstsller
show alert:

File name: tabctl32.ocx
Location: C\WINDOWS\system32

"The system indicates that the following shared file is no longer in use by
any programs. Would you like for Uninstall to remove this shared file?
If any programs are still using this file and it is removed those programs
may not function properly.
If you are unsure, choose No. Leaving the file on your system will not
cause any harm."

I chosen No and left file. I checked rthis file Properties, and it looks it
very old:

File version: 6.0.81.69
Description: TABCTL32 OLE Control DLL
Comments: June 18, 1998
Created: June 24, 1998

It looks that ugly application has replaced windows OCX control with older
version. Where to get current version?

Santander

http://www.ocxdump.com/download-ocx-files_new.php/ocxfiles/T/TABCTL32.OCX/6.01.9782/download.html
 
S

Santander

this files isn't a part of operating system, and can be safely removed as
well?

thanks.
 
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