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Janice Gelb wondered: <<Has anyone successfully come up with
alternatives to the dreaded but accepted "uninstall" and
Never felt the need to, but if they bother you, use a phrase instead of
striving for the perfect single-word solution: "To remove this software
from your computer, ..." There may arguably be a technical difference
between removal and uninstallation, but it should be irrelevant to the
reader: if you're telling them how to remove the software you must tell
them how to remove _everything_, and that's synonymous with