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loopico
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Redundant HP applications on my PC

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Example: Pavilion p6-2335ea
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have 10 separate HP "programs" listed in my Control Panel, 5 of which have recent installation or renewal dates. I suspect some of these can be uninstalled, but it is not clear what they all do. Recently a pop-up message announced that one of my HP services was being ended or retired. I think it may have been the HP Support Solutions Framework, but there was no further information about what I should do about this. This is also an application that has been implicated with CPU usage. Should I uninstall it? And the others?

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DeejayV
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Optional and may be removed if you don't use them:

 

HP Connected Music

HP CUstomer Participation program

HP Photo Creations

HP Registration Service

 

Everything else, I recommend you keep.

 

 

I am an HP employee

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DeejayV
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Always create a restore point in system restore before attempting to start removing programs.

 

Can you list the HP components here?

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loopico
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Hi Deejay

There you go. Thanks

Loopico

 

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Optional and may be removed if you don't use them:

 

HP Connected Music

HP CUstomer Participation program

HP Photo Creations

HP Registration Service

 

Everything else, I recommend you keep.

 

 

I am an HP employee

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loopico
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Many thanks!

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