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Deleting/Removing softwares

by Bulletrushout / June 3, 2009 5:12 AM PDT

I always wondered and i guess now is the time to really know by simply asking the experts. Now if i used AVG/A2/REG-CURE etc to remove virus, correct wrong or dameged registry or malwares and let say for eg AVG puts some virus into a vault. When I remove AVG from my computer, what happen to those virus inside the vault or what happen to the corrected problems fix by RegCure if i remove the software from my computer.
Did avg dump whatever is in its vault back into your system???
Did RegCure corrections goes back to what it was???

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