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Windows 7: W7 build 7127 -- just re-install to remove problem apps

18 May 2009   #1

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W7 build 7127 -- just re-install to remove problem apps

Hi all
one thing I REALLY like about build 7127 is how fast a re-install (clean) can be done -- around 11 mins from a bootable usb drive.

This means that while testing - assuming you haven't installed a whole slew of stuff - it's often easier to install again rather than uninstall something that leaves registry probs or other apps that don't for one reason or another uninstall properly.

For example uninstalling some AV software or that Windows Live cludge-- just re-install Windows 7 rather than mess around with registry fixes / scans etc etc.

(If you need to backup your email first and are using any version of outlook from 2000 then with outlook the program pfbackup.exe will backup your folders to a directory you chose --you can then re-load these again after your Windows 7 re-install. Download the program from the Office update site).

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jimbo

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