Can I delete these

  johnincrete 15:11 04 Feb 10
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Looking at Control Panel/Add Remove programs, I see some programs listed that do not appear when I do Start/Programs/All. This is part of the list:
6 items all Java(TM) 6 Update followed by a number - 2,3,4,5,7 & 15

4 items Microsoft .NET followed by:

  johnincrete 15:16 04 Feb 10

See previous post, pressed tab to indent & post was posted!
Can I delete
4 items Microsoft .NET followed by
2.0 Service Pack Part2
3.0 Service Pack Part 2
3.5 SP1
Framework

Microsoft Silverlight

9 items Microsoft SQL Server followed by various titles

  dogtrack 15:17 04 Feb 10

Re Java, you can delete all but the most recent. In your case 15. Although I think the latest update is v 18

Not sure about .NET.....suggest you leave them alone.

  dogtrack 15:19 04 Feb 10

Silverlight should update itself via Windows Update

  GaT7 15:26 04 Feb 10

As dogtrack says, I would not delete the .NET items.

If you're using Microsoft SQL Server, then don't delete its updates either.

Also leave Silverlight as it is.

Are you doing this to try to free up some space? If yes, what OS are you using & is it a desktop/laptop? G

  birdface 15:26 04 Feb 10

You should also be able to remove Microsoft Silverlight but they will try and get you to download it again.
I think the latest java update is 6 volume 18 if so you can remove the rest and download the latest version.

  birdface 15:30 04 Feb 10

version 18 it is .

click here

  johnincrete 15:42 04 Feb 10

"If you're using Microsoft SQL Server, then don't delete its updates either."
How could I? Not on Start/Programs/All.
I'm just tidying up - plenty of space on desktop using XP SP3. I don't like stuff lying around that I am not aware of installing and don't appear to use.

  cocteau48 16:12 04 Feb 10

To clean up all previous Java installations:click here

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