You should have a license key which is used to uninstall ESET NOD32. If you don't, then you have to delete some values from Windows Registry.
DO NOT DELETE IT. your copy of windows will "break", and you will have to reinstall windows.
The abbreviation CSRSS stands for 'Client-Server Runtime Subsystem. CSRSS is responsible for windows, it creates or removes threat to windows. When you delete CSRSS you'll get a 'blue screen crash'.
Go to the license you want to delete, and you'll see a "Settings" option. Go there, and select "Delete License" to delete your save file.
HOW TO Delete crupt window xp for new installation
to dlete it :)
The only way to delete data is to go to the license settings screen and press delete license.
Yes it is safe to delete factory recovery partition if you think that you are not going to use Windows 7 operating system again. But you should have Windows 10 license with an installation disk and your Lenovo computer's drivers in case you need to recover or format your computer.
Delete your password from the Control Panel
There are many ways to delete files on Windows 8. This includes selecting the file and using the delete key, as well as right clicking the object and selecting delete.
Just like you did in Windows 7.
C:\Windows\ find System32 and delete it.
There is an uninstall program that is included with the installation. Running that should uninstall the client for you.
No. In fact, in versions of Windows prior to Windows 7, it is virtually impossible to delete Internet Explorer.
You can delete it by going into Windows Explorer, finding the file, right clicking it, and clicking delete.
In order to delete the Windows XP virtual machine that you created simply right click the virtual machine that you wish to delete, select "Remove" in the menu that appears, then select "Delete all files". After that, if you wish to delete your .ISO file, move it to the recycle bin and then empty the recycle bin.
You can't delete the firewall. You can turn it off or on only.
No, they are two different programs
The same story when you delete it from the Windows Explorer.
Reformat the drive
yes some how
Then you're SCREWED!
It's not a simple 'delete', since Windows XP is what is running your computer. Without it, you cannot access anything. The only way to get rid of Windows XP is to install another operating system, such as Windows Vista or Windows 7.