Ever since upgrading to Windows 10, sometimes ,when I open the Task Scheduler, I get error dialogs stating that certain tasks are missing. Why? I don’t know. But to clean it up, you can just delete them from the registry …
- Open up Windows Explorer. Go into options and check the box “Show hidden files, folders, and drives”. Also uncheck the box “Hide protected operating system files”.
- Delete the file, “autorun.inf”.
- Restart PC or right click on the drive, go to
Here is my story:
I at one time installed Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition. I then uninstalled it, but the uninstall went badly somehow.
Weeks or months later, I saw the software lingering in the Programs and Features area where …
This process could be used on previous version of Windows, but I am only giving instructions for Windows 10.
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