Windows 10: Uninstall leaving componenets behind
This is a minor cleanup and only delete temp files. Not good enough.
There are no junk files - fully cleaned out everything yesterday using cccleaner
Download: TreeSize Free Portable . Run and scan C: drive then post a screen shot.
I followed the remove junk files steps here:
Clean out junk files in Windows 7, 8.1, and 10 | The Download Blog - CNET Download.com
Plus then run CCCleaner and elected to remove
Internet files, Temp files, Memory dumps, Log files
As mentioned I am happy the way my C:\ is at the moment and having just reinstalled all my programs onto D:\ I'm going to leave them there until I change SSD. (and/or do a W10 clean install)
The printer issue is what I need to resolve.
Find out what IP is assigned to the printer
Control Panel->Add Device and Printer then Add a printer. Follow the screen, might have to click on "the printer is not on the list"->Next then select add printer using IP address. On Next screen, select HP then select HP C410 Series.
Perhaps someone can tell me what went wrong here.
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