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how can i uninstall windows programs that i installed in my pc using >>>wine... they are fairly running...im on experimental status...winamp3 worked fined but how can i uninstall it.....
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    how can i uninstall windows programs that i installed in my pc using >>>wine...
    they are fairly running...im on experimental status...winamp3 worked fined but how can i uninstall it..

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    Wine installs files inside a fake C drive, which if I'm not mistaken is in your /home/yourusername/.wine directory. There should be a directory named "Program Files" just the same as in MS Windows. You can delete the program directory from there.
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    don't forget to keep your system clean by erasing any links to start the app that you may have created in your /opt directory.
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    The program you're looking for is called uninstaller, this allows you to uninstall software installed with wine.

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    Wine installs files inside a fake C drive, which if I'm not mistaken is in your /home/yourusername/.wine directory. There should be a directory named "Program Files" just the same as in MS Windows. You can delete the program directory from there.
    If you use that options dont forget to delete entrys from the WINE widows registery!!.

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