__/ [ BlackTopBum ] on Sunday 07 May 2006 01:57 \__
> John Salerno said something like a ...
>> Linux, but it sounds like it still leaves directories behind. But if you
>> delete these directories, is it then completely gone? No files spread
>> all over the place?
> Not like winders and all that registry crap. Yep to our question. 99% of
> the time there's noting left on the system except if a user has a
> .program_name left behind - it's to be manually removed. BTW, I like having
> my personal data files around in my /home for those times when a re-install
> in required - I then don't need to reconfigure the app and get my data back
> (esp. email).
Addendum to my last item...
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I think you will find it useful because it's visual and detailed. It also
explains things in the conext of Windows, which you may be more familiar
with and accustomed to.
Hope it helps,
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