optional component maker "oppcom" for Windows
ME, returns control of your computer Back To You, the
person that paid for it. By adding scripts to windows
that put back in the ability to remove the programs that
come built into Windows ME. Oppcom does not remove these
components. It gives you the power to remove them, or
put them back, it lets YOU decide what you want running
on YOUR computer.
Build Date 07/07/2003
2.1 Fixes a small bug where windows setup would say it
could not find a file.
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for Windows ME Gives You The Power To Remove,
Player 6 - Media Player 7
Microsoft Agent - Microsoft OOBE
Windows System Info - Microsoft Movie Maker
Microsoft Web Folders - Windows Scripting Host
Windows Update / Auto Update
Web Based Computer Management "webm"
Microsoft Pc Health/System Restore/System File Protection
Windows Task Monitor New In 1.9
Windows Task Scheduler New In
Macromedia, Director, Flash, Shockwave New
Wmiexe.exe, Rpcss, and a bunch of other Junk
your not sure you want to remove something, just try
it, then put it back, it's that easy, and every thing
will reinstall just as it was before Oppcom
Read This Before Using Oppcom
person has reported that windows Add/Remove setup quit
working and said that setupx had a problem, this is caused
by a bad or corrupted file in the Windows\INF directory,
not by oppcom. but to be sure just go to the INF dir and
delete all the beta10 files and try running setup again,
then remove more files until it works, then put some back
System Restore and System File Protection. And it must
be removed first, before you try to remove anything else.
If it is not removed first then system file protection
will protect the other components from being removed.
Once you have removed the other components, then just
reinstall PC health if you want it.
USE Oppcom just go to the
control panel, click on ADD / REMOVE PROGRAMS, Click on
the Windows Setup tab, Double Click on Beta10 Optional
Components, And Remove what you don't want.
It's not that all these programs are bad, pchealth actually
does work pretty good. It's that when your doing a hundred
different things, or trying to play a game, or whatever.
It slows down your system to have all these programs running
in the background. On top of that is the fact that system
restore has been proven to backup and restore virus's
very nicely,. Thanks M$. And above all, it should be left
up to the computer owner/purchaser to decide what he/she
wants to run on their computer.
REMEMBER, some Windows programs
rely on others to work right. Example = Ms Info will not
run without PC Health installed. Also there are times
when you will need to have windows update, scripting,
etc installed in order to download or install other programs
and updates from M$. Example, to install Direct X 9.0
pc health has to be installed.
automaticly set MEDIA PLAYER
6 to be the default movie player, you must remove it,
and Then reinstall it. This will reset the file type associations.
"IE what happens when you double click on a file
to play it".
The C:\RESTORE directory
is remade by winnit.exe each and every time a major program
is installed or removed, In other words, when wininit.exe
is used to install or remove a program it will automatically
backup any old files to the restore directory. But it
should never become the big monolithic hog that it once
was. When it does come back, just right click on the directory
and delete it.
did remove Internet Explorer at one time. but the fact
that so many other programs rely on it to run correctly,
and M$ has so much crap built into and around it we decided
to take the option out. Maybe at some time in the future
we will make a IE remover. Till then we suggest using
The Opera web browser.
uses Windows to install itself. If the install does not
work, it is not oppcoms fault, but Windows itself. Microsoft
addressed this problem, and came up with this soultion.
Click here for the fix