How to Remove Programs in Vista Ultimate

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    gist901

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    Ok, so since this OS takes up about 10GB, and I have my HD split (Mac OSX 10.4.8) I need to reduce the amount of space Ultimate is taking up. Thus how do I remove Windows programs such as Mail, Calender, DVD Maker, Welcome Center, etc. There are no options under Add/Remove Windows Features for any of these programs.

    Am I just stuck w/ these programs, unable to unistall these programs??



    Thanx

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    gist901, Feb 16, 2007
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    Crispy

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    Go to start then all programs. in the all programs menu there should be a button called "Default Programs." Click that and a window comes up. there should be a list of the default programs that came with vista. I do not know if you can uninstall them. Hope this helps.



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    Another way of doing it would be to get a bigger HD. 10GB of space aint much these days. A game will take that much of HD space.
     
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    Yea hard drives arent that costly, just pick up a bigger one. My HP desktop has a 250g and i still want a bigger on. In the case of hard drives, bigger is always better,lol.
     
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    Yeah, I have a laptop, 3.5 hd's are really cheap, but 2.5's are not that cheap
     
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