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Yes why would u want to delete it if it's disabled anyway?I wouldn't do things like this too much,alot of stuff needs to be there even if it's not enabled otherwise the OS won't like it.
There are a few progs that make it easy if u have to do it.Process hacker is a good one i use and free.
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