I need assistance deleting Microsoft. SeaofThieves_2.118.3572.2_x64 from the main drive. I've tried different uninstallers and forced uninstalls, but it does not want to uninstall. I need access to related folders/Windowsapps. Disk Explorer is guiding me to the contents folder from Sea of Thieves, but I still can't delete any files.
Looking at the past, the Neuroquila virus (circa around 1995) was the first (as far as I know) "polymorphing" virus. It created a "sacrificial virus" to "feed" any existing antivirus program on a machine so that while the antivirus was repairing the created virus the real virus could then attack the antivirus, making it, in the future, always retrun a "no virus found" message to the user. Next, as I recall... comes the concept of "nesting" where when you remove one thing another is created as that one is eliminated.
the above are just 2 examples of why I could be getting the results, daily, that I get BUT... I have stopped these programs after just doing an initial run of each and I have, many, many times stopped them short of doing an all out cleaning and I have done many "all out cleanings" (where I run each program multiple times) and there is a large difference in my end performance of the machine. PS... I do this on all 3 of the machines I have running and NO... I am not making money with my computers... I am a 71 year old man who's retired and od this for cheap thrills and to prove I haven't yet lost my sanity... thank you very much.
Sooooo.... I'd like to buy your program... but only if there's a component in it that let's me state how many times each component within it will run before it stops running.... cause sitting here and re-running these programs for over an hour everyday... just to keep my computer operating at a decent speed (2-I.7... 16 GB Mem, 500 GB SSD, 1- I.5 ... 16GB Mem, 500 GB SSD).
What I want is something I can configure to run multiple passes of the different compnents within your software so I can set it and then go do something else while it scours, re-scourts and rescours again as many times as I want it to.
so my windows 7 ultimate needs upadate to windows 10 so tryed to update it but it randomly shut off. i tryed again but it huppened again. so i though it was the update thats not working. i was playing a game but it huppend again. it made a lot of noise and shuts off without warning so i did i everthing i cold to fix bt cant seem to fix it at all. what should i do. i need to update it but to update it i need it to stop randomly shuting off
1 . There was NO Sucategory that matched my Question so I picked 3D Builder <-- ignore please.
This morning was the second time that my laptop was taken over by a “disk repair” function that I think is linked with BoostSpeed. I start up my laptop and something begins churning away telling me that it will take 8 hours to complete. Actually it could not tell time correctly because it took 3 ½ hours before I could use the laptop.
Q: How to prevent this happening again? At least giving me the option to say OK do it now or wait?