Ceb65 Posted December 6, 2012 Report Share Posted December 6, 2012 I've got two Immunet installation folders: "Immunet" and "Immunet Protect". "Immunet Protect" seems to contain only remains of the versions < 3.0 (although there is also a subfolder "3.0", which is, however, empty); that's quite possible, as I use Immunet for quite a long time and almost from its beginning. As opposed to this the "Immunet" folder has subfolders (among others) named 3.0.0, 3.0.1, 3.05. and 3.0.8 and with no lower numbers. Unfortunately I've got too little disc space, so I'd like to know if I can delete "Immunet Protect" without problems and losing anything important. I am not really sure; I first tried to move the folder, but Windows won't let me do anything even when doing this as an administrator - which sometimes means that the object to move is in use (no matter which kind of different nonsense the error message tells). Before I start some more determined measures in order to convince my stubborn Vista (SP2 with all patches) I'd like to be sure whether "Immunet Protect" is really only an unnecessary rest of older versions or still needed for the current version of Immunet (22.214.171.12425 in my case). Thanks for your help in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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