How to remove plug after Hardiei is installed?

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Ok, as I promised, here is how do this: You can completely remove "plugins" from FIrefox. What you need to do is change things so Firefox can't see them, and they are gone.

Note: This was what I did on my older Windows box. May be different on newer Windows machines... The global way: (Method 1)

(If the plugins are being loaded via a registry scan...) 1) open a tab, and select "about:config:" In the search dialogue box, enter string "plug" 2) Scroll until you find parameter: "plugin.scan.plid.all" which will be set to "true". Right-click to bring up option box, and choose "Toggle" to

set the value to "false". This will stop Firefox from scanning the registry to load plugins. Some of your plugins will disappear. (check your current plugins, by opening a Firefox tab, and entering "about:plugins" All the details of your installed/available/visible plugins will be shown)

The problem with Method 1 is it may not whack all plugins. AND, it WILL whack your Adobe...

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Typically, the knockout is of the same plastic as the dishwasher drain nipple on the garbage disposal. Since the disposal is already installed, you can't easily turn it upside down to shake out the pieces, so proceed carefully.

You will need a large, slotted screwdriver, a hammer, a paint can opener, a pair of long-nosed pliers, and a flashlight.

Seat the blade of the screwdriver near the top of the knockout and give it one sharp tap with the hammer. If you do it right, the knockout will be loose on top but still attached at the bottom. Use the hook of the paint can opener to pull the top of the knockout forward toward the dishwasher nipple until you can grasp it with the long-nosed pliers. With the pliers, rock the knockout back and forth while gently pulling to break the bottom flashing on the knockout until you can remove it.

If you did it right, there will be no debris in the disposal basket to rattle around. If you did it wrong, reach into the basket of the...

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Inspired by sergionni's answer, I ended up doing the following steps:

Help --> Installation Details --> Installation History tab

In the Previous configurations table, you can select a configuration and see in the Configuration contents exactly which plugins were installed and are included in it.

It's easy to find the configuration that contains the plugin you want to remove, using the Compare button. This button is enabled when two configurations are selected.

After tracking the configuration that's responsible for that plugin, select the previous configuration and press the Revert button.

Note that if you revert to a configuration that isn't the one just right before the Current Installation, it causes any other plugins that were installed since, to be uninstalled as...

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Depending upon the particular version of Eclipse you are running with, the difficulty of uninstalling features or plugins from an Eclipse installation ranges from trivial to painful. In some cases, Eclipse doesn't support uninstalling certain 'optional' features after they have been installed.

Run Help > About Eclipse > Installation Details, select the software you no longer want and click Uninstall. (On Macintosh it is Eclipse > About Eclipse > Installation Details.)

In older versions, you might need to Run Help > Software Updates > Manage Configuration..., select the feature of interest, and disable it with the task shown in the right window.

'Uninstalling' a feature, using the steps above, disable the feature or plug-in. These steps are using the Update Manager under the covers.

When a feature is disabled, all its plug-ins will be disabled also. They are still available on disk, and they can be enabled at any time in the future.

There is no...

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If you have browser extensions you're not using, they can slow down your Mac and sluggish web browsing. Moreover, you can have extensions and plugins you never installed. They just appeared in your browser at some point and you would be lucky if they’re not malware or bloatware. How did it happen? When you browse the web and download stuff from unknown websites, some of them get paid to add extensions to their download items. That’s how you end up with weird add-ons, search bars, ad stripes, trackers, and other useless additions. If you need to quickly disable or remove all the sluggish extensions from all browsers, use CleanMyMac 3. It’s a safe Mac cleaner that lets you remove all add-ons a few clicks.

Add-ons, extensions, and plugins - what is the difference

While often used interchangeably, these terms are quite different. Let’s make clear what they are first. All of them are pieces of software created to extend the functionality of your browsers....

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For plug-ins installed after Nov 1, 2016: Go to /Application/REVisionEffects in the Finder. Then go into the subdirectory for the product you want to uninstall. Inside that directory is an “uninstall” directory. Simply run the uninstaller from there!

If you did not save your original installer, download the latest installer, install (yes, install!) the product again, and then follow the instructions in the previous paragraph to uninstall.

If you have the original installer, and it’s dated before Nov 1, 2016, re-run the original installer. When you get to the place where it asks you to specify the installation type, pull down the menu at the top of the dialog box. Sometimes it says “Standard Install”, in other installers it might say something else (in the example below it says “Install Twixtor 5, AVX2 version”). Select “Uninstall” to remove the plug-ins.

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We need to negotiate the fact that make uninstall would not always work, so below is more of a proactive solution.

This involves the use of the paco program which is available in the Ubuntu Software Center. Once we have installed paco, we can use it the log mode when we "make install" a program. Paco acts like a wrapper for your "make install" and creates a log in the /var/log/paco directory with the list of files copied to various directories. Moreover, you could see the the files in the Paco Front end.

For example when I compiled php from source I did the following :

paco -lp php5 "make install"

The parameter l makes the paco run in the log mode.This created a log file in /var/log/paco named php5 (the name I have given in the command). It contained all the files which are copied to various standard locations during the install. You could use a command line editor or paco gui to view the files.

Below is the example of getting the file list using sed...

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Prepare. Get oil and a filter replacement.

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Gather more materials.

Get together a jack, a socket set and oil.

Park on a flat surface, or, if your car has a low clearance, use jack slopes or set it up. If you choose to support the car, use two jacks, rather than a slope. (An additional jack costs about US $ 20, this is a very small price and guarantees you'll avoid a serious over-balance and a car crushing your face. )

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Let your car engine run for 10 minutes. This will oil the drain plug more easily. You might want to check the weight of your car's oil and oil-filter manually you need to use.

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Drain and replace the oil filter. Crawl under, and find the engine oil screw near the front. Where you plug in the socket, use the wrench to loosen the plug in a counterclockwise direction. Once relaxed, you can use your hand and remove the plug. The hot oil will begin to pour out. Ensure that all the old oil goes into the...

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Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome each allow for the use of plug-ins and add-ons, which are scripts that augment the functionality of the browser. This document contains information on how to disable or remove a plug-in or add-on from each of the three main browsers.

Internet Explorer users
Firefox users
Google Chrome users

Internet Explorer

In the menu bar, select Tools > Manage add-ons or click on the "Gear" icon and select Manage add-ons. In the Manage Add-ons window, find the add-on from the list of currently loaded add-ons on the right. Select it and click on the Disable button at the bottom right as shown in the picture below.

The add-on should now be disabled.

Note: To fully remove the add-on, find where the add-on files were installed on the computer hard drive and delete the files manually. Windows users may also be able to uninstall add-on files through the Add/Remove programs.

Firefox

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Note: This guide does not apply to Universe-- for help installing Universe, click here.

Uninstalling does not remove serial files from a system, if you need help removing serial files, please contact support.

To uninstall on a Windows machine:

Head into the Control Panel's 'Add/Remove Programs' section and select whichever suite of plugins you wish to remove.

To uninstall on a Mac machine:

Our more recent and current version products have an uninstaller application that is available in the same downloaded package as the installer. Run this application to uninstall your Red Giant products.

Our legacy products do not have an uninstaller. Uninstalling is done by dragging all of the plug-in files to the Trash. Below is a list of where these legacy plug-ins installed to.

Final Cut Pro/Motion:
MacHD/Library/Plug-ins/FxPlug/
MacHD/Library/Application Support/Final Cut Pro System Support/Plugins/ After Effects/Premiere Pro:
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Please note that RAM and CPU requirements of the Network Agent, Administration Server and Administration Console are the minimum requirements for installation of these components. It is recommended that you use computers with a larger amount of RAM and a greater CPU frequency. System requirements for Web Console installation:

Hardware requirements:

CPU with operating frequency of 1 GHz or higher. For a 64-bit OS, the minimum CPU frequency is 1.4 GHz. 512 MB available RAM; 1 GB available disk space

Software requirements:

For Microsoft Windows operating systems with Kaspersky Security Center Administration Server version Service Pack 2:

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 32-bit / 64-bit Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise 32-bit / 64-bit Microsoft Windows 10 Education 32-bit / 64-bit Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro 32-bit / 64-bit Microsoft Windows 8.1 Enterprise 32-bit / 64-bit Microsoft Windows 8 Pro 32-bit / 64-bit Microsoft Windows 8 Enterprise 32-bit / 64-bit...
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yandex.ru it’s like its name shows a Russian website classified as a browser hijacker. We say hijacker because it literally hijacks your browser configuration to place its own default parameters, replacing your homepage and your search engine. This problem can affect Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer.


yandex.ru got into your computer after you downloaded and installed some free software. Every time you install something new to your computer you must always customize the install process in order to stop malicious software from being installed at the same time as the chosen program. You must also be aware of websites showing your fake messages saying you need to update your browser or one of its plug-ins, and avoid clicking on them no matter how legitimate or attractive they might seem.

yandex.ru has been developed with the capacity to stop you from manually changing back your browser’s parameters. To achieve this, it usually gets the help of a service or task...

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Name of the threat:

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Affected browsers:

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Aslru.exe

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Win32 (Windows XP, Vista/7, 8/8.1, Windows 10)

Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari


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Here is a step-by-step guide to remove the existing old “node.js” from my Ubuntu 10.04 manually and reinstall the latest version of “node.js”.

The “node.js” in my environment was installed from source and the version information is:

Remove it by running the following command(refer here:

For the npm modules, my ones were installed under the “~/npm_modules” directory and can be removed manually any time I like, or if I don’t remove them, after I install a new version of node.js they can still be used.

Install the latest version (at this time it’s “0.10.5”):

When installing “CoffeeScript” package by using npm, use the following command:

The “-g” option(global) makes the “coffee-script” pacakge be installed under the “/usr/local/lib/node_modules/coffee-script/” directory and then the “coffee” command(“/usr/local/bin/coffee”) can be used properly. So when uninstalling “node.js”, don’t forget to remove the “/usr/local/bin/coffee” file as...

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I was able to cobble together the following instruction list for installing Xubuntu. I did the install but somehow it created grub2 which now with or without my Xubuntu flash drive installed grub2 appears and requires selecting Windows 10 (not a big pain as it is seldom used).

Is there a simple way to remove the grub2 (guess it is on the hard drive) without reinstalling Windows 10?

I would like to have Xubuntu work like my Fedora where it boots my flash drive according to boot order.

Thanks 4 the help. Here is what I did to install Xubuntu 16.04.1 from the CD/DVD:

1) Insert the Ubuntu Live CD/DVD, switch on the computer

with the boot order of 1) CD/DVDs, 2) USB, and

3) HDD.

2) Insert the USB Flash Drive to which Xubuntu will
be installed.

3) It will take a couple of minutes to load and you will
be presented with two choices:
'Try Xubuntu' and 'Install Xubuntu'.
Select: 'Install...

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