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    They don't take up much space in the scheme of things, but can anyone think of a good reason why these IE7 and IE7updates directories should stay once you one has moved irrevocably to IE8?
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    If you know for sure you'll never need to uninstall IE8 and revert to IE7, you can safely delete the IE7 and IE7updates subfolders in C:\Windows.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='789508' date='18-Aug-2009 13:08']If you know for sure you'll never need to uninstall IE8 and revert to IE7, you can safely delete the IE7 and IE7updates subfolders in C:\Windows.[/quote]
    Thanks, Hans - only about another 70 directories to go...
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