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Old 2004-08-06, 03:02   Link #1
gohan8
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removing bittorrent??

I'm new to the bittorrent world and was wondering if after you download it and some other things but you don't like the program is it possable to remove the program complety from my computer and still keep the programs that I downloaded?
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Old 2004-08-06, 03:05   Link #2
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Yes, it is.
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Old 2004-08-06, 03:13   Link #3
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really!! how?
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Old 2004-08-06, 04:05   Link #4
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Originally Posted by gohan8
really!! how?
Easy :
Start Menu
Parameters
Configuration Pannel
Remove/add Software
Once you're there, search in the little window for your torrent client like this :
Spoiler:
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Old 2004-08-06, 11:37   Link #5
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Thany
Easy :
Start Menu
Parameters
Configuration Pannel
Remove/add Software
A noble try on the translation! In English, you're looking for:
Start Menu
Settings
Control Pannel
Add or Remove Programs

Here's a mighty big picture:
Spoiler:

In my case, the BitTorrent client is Azureus; however, in your case, it is probably just called BitTorrent.
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Old 2004-08-10, 21:45   Link #6
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ok Thank you!!! (should have thought about that)
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Old 2004-08-11, 01:26   Link #7
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WTF?!?!?
Is this some consiracy with noobs and comp 1337s O_O???
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Old 2004-08-11, 17:21   Link #8
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So you know, .torrents act like signs for the main-program; helping it to find the files you want. What it has fully downloaded is a completely different file and has nothing to do with BitTorrent (anymore). Easy as that
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