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Left over folder and files question

I use to have Atomica on my computer until they went to a paid service. When I deleted the program it left over a folder named Atomica. Opening it becomes Atomica shared. There are several files in this folder starting with agt such as AgtServ, AgtEXE, agtpch32.dll, agtcmp32.dll etc. I'm sure the EXE is ok to delete but what about the others?

I could rename the folder, wait and see, or look up each one individually but I was hoping to save some time. Thanks, Rod

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Just as a note, I did look up some dll's on Google but come up empty.

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I used to have Atomica too, it was a nice program, and while the name has changed to GuruNet it still has a free function. (It still does most of what you want for free. I have GuruNet and I am just using the free functions.)

Anyway, back to your question, I'm pretty sure you can delete them all. But you have a good test there, first rename the Atomica folder, reboot, and see if you get any errors.

I don't expect any problems, but sometimes ...

Good luck!

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Thanks for the advice Chuck, I'll have to check out GuruNet.

Rod

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