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PCH-KILL: PC Health Uninstaller
WMI-KILL: WMI Uninstaller
 
 
PCH-KILL: PC Health Uninstaller

Last Updated: Jun 23 '01

This batch file will uninstall PC Health from Windows Me. Once PC Health is uninstalled, System Restore and System File Protection (SFP) will not work.

Please note that one side effect of this uninstallation will be that the Windows Me Help and Support Center will be inaccessible, though you will still be able to manually access the .HLP and .CHM files.

Installation & Use:

Download one of the following files from the Download section below:

  • PCH-KILL.EXE is a self-extracting .ZIP file, which you can double-click on to extract the files inside (default dir is C:\PCH-KILL).
  • PCH-KILL.ZIP requires that you have an "zip/unzip" program like WinZip, 7-Zip, or PowerArchiver to extract the files.

After you explode the files from the archive you downloaded, run PCH-KILL.BAT, or consult PCH-KILL.TXT for more information about this uninstaller.

Note: you'll probably also want to download THIS 42 kb file to use with PCH-KILL. See PCH-KILL.TXT for information about using the file.

Download:

PCH-KILL.EXE Free! 49 KB PGP signature
PCH-KILL.ZIP Free! 12 KB PGP signature

These files have been signed with with my 4096/1024 DH/DSS PGP key. You can get it and my other PGP keys HERE.

The PGP signature files are digital signatures that PGP users can use to verify the integrity and origin of the download packages. If you're not a PGP user, you don't have to download the PGP signature files (or my PGP public keys) in order to use the utilities that I make available. If you're interested in learning more about PGP, check some of the links on THIS page.

This program is Free! Please read this License & Disclaimer.

Last Updated: Jun 23 '01


 
WMI-KILL: WMI Uninstaller

Last Updated: Jun 23 '01

This batch file uninstalls Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) from Windows Me. According to Microsoft, Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)...

          is the Microsoft implementation of Web-Based Enterprise Management
          (WBEM), an industry initiative to develop a standard technology for
          accessing management information in an enterprise environment. The
          purpose of this initiative is to help companies lower their total cost of
          ownership by enabling powerful enterprise-class management of
          systems, programs, and devices.

On Windows Me WMI is mainly designed to facilitate online troubleshooting through the Windows Me Help and Support Center. WMI can gather information about your system and help you submit troubleshooting reports to Microsoft.

For most home users WMI should be unnecessary. Please note that removing WMI will render the Windows Me Help and Support Center inaccessible.

Installation & Use:

Download one of the following files from the Download section below:

  • WMI-KILL.EXE is a self-extracting .ZIP file, which you can double-click on to extract the files inside (default dir is C:\WMI-KILL).
  • WMI-KILL.ZIP requires that you have an "zip/unzip" program like WinZip, 7-Zip, or PowerArchiver to extract the files.

After you explode the files from the archive you downloaded, run WMI-KILL.BAT, or consult WMI-KILL.TXT for more information about this uninstaller.

Download:

WMI-KILL.EXE Free! 52 KB PGP signature
WMI-KILL.ZIP  Free! 14 KB PGP signature

These files have been signed with with my 4096/1024 DH/DSS PGP key. You can get it and my other PGP keys HERE.

The PGP signature files are digital signatures that PGP users can use to verify the integrity and origin of the download packages. If you're not a PGP user, you don't have to download the PGP signature files (or my PGP public keys) in order to use the utilities that I make available. If you're interested in learning more about PGP, check some of the links on THIS page.

This program is Free! Please read this License & Disclaimer.

Last Updated: Jun 23 '01


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