Because of some problems in my proxy configuration I tried to uninstall Mozilla (2002031104) using COntrol Panel->Uninstall. It seems to work, but is doesn't. The whole mozilla.org directory is still in place, their are still registry entries wehich were dedicated to mozilla. I tried deleted all reg. entries and the directory. then I tried to reinstall a clean new mozilla. this doesn't work. mozilla is still remembering it's configuration, the history and some other stuff somewhere else on the disk. this behaviour is not very helpful. when selecting uninstall, I expect the software is completly removed from my hard disk. I can accept, that it is usefull, to save the settings (in some circumstances), but I would prefer a switch I can select. So - how can I quickly remove the whole mozilla stuff?
Which registry entries get left? Which files? Mozilla will never remove your user profile upon uninstall, uninstall will only remove the program itself, not any data you created using that program. If you uninstall your word processor it does not also delete your novel.
mozilla doesn't delete the profile and the plugins because you would loose the plugins and your porfile if you uninstall a old build and reinstall a new one. (Or you want to use your profile with NS6.x) You can delete/Create a new profile if you use "mozilla -profilemanager". A new profile should fix your problem. (Your profile is stored in your windows NT user directory)
dupe of 113593 and/or 125877 *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 113593 ***