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    I am running Windows 7 Professional 64bit. I over installed Microsoft Visual Web and Studio 10 Express. Along with this I got SQL Server Apps, Windows Basic, etc. I have been uninstalling with REVO Uninstaller and CCleaner to see how the system is. I ran Search Everything only to find a load of entries for these programs. I also see entries for a large number of applications that only have a number as the name.
    What are these? Can they be cleaned up? They have an uninstall option, but I am locked out. At the assembly level I don't have a security tab available. I tried to remove the READ Only bit.
    Also, I ran across entries in a folder with MANY levels of application. What is this?

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    Default Re: Windows Assembly File

    Hi ChuckR

    Would you mind asking your questions a little more clearly, and maybe with a few screenshots? I would probably need to see exactly what it is you are talking about in order to understand what you are asking.
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    I am trying to cleanup some installs that loaded up my SSD with more apps than I wanted. During the cleanup using the tools I mentioned, plus Microsoft tools, I came upon a C:\WINDOWS\ASSEMBLY and C:Microsoft.Net\Assembly files. Why don't these cleanup when the app is removed?
    I also ran across C:\users\Chuck\APPDATA\LOCAL\Application Data\Application Data\... What is this mess and can it be deleted at some level?

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    Default Re: Windows Assembly File

    If they were installed when you installed the above programs, then yes, they should be able to be deleted.

    Try using Unlocker 1.9.1. It has let me delete many files that I couldn't delete, even after taking Administrator rights to the files.
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