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Blueman6

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  1. Andavari: Thanks for the link-In that case, is it possible to 'deactivate' my account or do I 'have' to leave it 'active?'
  2. Hello. Am I able to delete my account here or does a moderator have to do that? I only created an account to ask one question which has now been responded to. Thank you.
  3. I 'did' have a legitimate version of Defraggler-I just did not know who Piriform was or what Defraggler was for so you can understand my confusion when I read the article on ~snipped~ (check it out) related to Defraggler version 2.14.706, which lead me to believe that Pirisoft Defraggler was, in fact, malware fake anti-virus software. Did you check out the link that I sent?
  4. MTA-I did a search for 'dfsetup214.zip' but it is not listed anywhere so it was unzipped, since there was a folder with 9 files within it, and has been opened (to see what Deflaggler was) but never 'run.' I 'did' have a legitimate version of Defraggler-I just did not know who Piriform was or what did Defraggler did. Since I use XP's built-on Defragmenter, I will stick with that. I got confused though when I read the article on ~snipped~ (check it out), which lead me to believe that Pirisoft Defraggler was, in fact, malware fake anti-virus software:
  5. MTA-I checked the 'About' section of the software and it stated 'Piriform Defraggler Version 2.14.706 Copyright 2007-2013' and looked similar to Defragmenter, which Defraggler does-Correct? Obviously, it is legitimate software-Correct?
  6. Augeas-Defragger has been 'opened' but not run-If there was a 'zip' file, what would the file be called? There was no 'Zip' file under Deafragger.13'-The only contents within the Defraggler folder are: A yellow 'Lang' folder and 9 files including: Defrag.exe, Defrag Config Settings, Defraggler64, DefragglerShell64.dll, Defraggler.dll, df, df64, License, and Portable.dat.
  7. Nergal: Augeas provided a much clearer answer; This question was important to me but you did not answer in a clear enough way to satisfy my curiosity. Augeas-You have been very helpful-Thank you; Since Defraggler 2.14.706 was released in April of last year and 'About' states 'Piriform Defraggler Version 2.14.706 Copyright 2007-2013' and the fact that it looks similar to Defragmenter obviously means that it is legitimate software-Correct? I have not even used Defraggler (I only noticed its existence when checking my 'Program Files' list) and wondered what it was all about. I use Windows XP's built-in Defragmenter. Can I just delete the Defragger 2.14 folder under 'Program Files' (or would there be other traces of it) since there is no trace of it under Add/Remove Programs or listed on the Start menu.
  8. Nergal: For my own piece of mind, can you look into 'Piriform Defraggller 2.14 Version 2.14.706 Copyright 2007-2013' and check if it is a legitimate piece of software that is similar to XP's built-in Defragmenter? Also, can you also just check the following link and tell me what this is all about: ~snipped~ I would appreciate it 'very' much. Does 'following' a thread mean that an email notification will be sent when someone replies? I did not receive an email reply when you responded.
  9. Nergal: Is Piriform Defraller 2.14 2.14 Version 2.14.706 Copyright 2007-2013 a legitimate piece of software? If so, what is this link about Defraggler malware posing as a fake anti-virus program all about: ~snipped~ Are you saying that I unknowingly unzipped the portable no-install version, so it would not show up under Add/Remove Programs? Deleting the whole Defraggler folder will remove all traces of it? On another note, is there a way to delete a duplicate thread that has not been replied to yet? I cannot see a 'Delete' option under the 'Edit' link-The other thread is a duplicate so it would be great if someone could delete that one. Also, am I able to receive email notifications when a response is given or do I have to be signed in here to know if someone has responded?
  10. It is not listed under 'Add/Remove Programs' or listed on the 'Start' menu-If it was as simple as doing that, I would not have created a thread. The software that is installed is Pirform Defraller 2.14 and looks similar to Windows XP's built-in Defragmenter-Is Piriform Defraller 2.14 legitimate software? Under 'About,' it states Piriform Defraggler Version 2.14.706 Copyright 2007-2013 so I assume that it is a legitimate piece of software. 'How' do I undelete it?
  11. Hello. I am a new user here and using Windows XP Prof with SP3. I do not even recall installing Defraggler 2.14 (I use the built-in XP Defrag) but it is installed and I would like to uninstall it. In the Defraggler 2.14 folder are a 'Lang' folder, Defrag.exe, Defrag Config settings file, Defraggler64 file, DefragglerShell64.dll file, Defraggler.dll file, df file, df64 file, License file, and Portable file but no uninstall-related files. I opened Defraggler 2.14 and it looks similar to Windows XP's built-in Defragmenter. I clicked 'About' and it states Piriform Defraggler 2.14 so I assume that it is a legitimate piece of software. However, on this website, ~snipped~ it states that Defraggler is malware and a fake anti-virus program. I am thoroughly confused-Are 'Piriform Defraggler' and 'Defraggler' two different programs with similar-sounding names? Is the Pirform Defraller 2.14 that I have a 'regular' piece of software like Defragmenter and the other 'Defraggler is a 'fake' anti-virus malware program that can wreck havoc? Also, is there a way to delete a duplicate thread that has not been replied to yet? I cannot see a 'Delete' option under the 'Edit' link-The other thread is a duplicate so it would be great if someone could delete that one. Also, am I able to receive email notifications when a response is given or do I have to be signed in here to know if someone has responded? Any assistance would be appreciated.
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