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#1 2018-05-05 14:53:18

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Opera Interferes with Epic Uninstall

I was gonna do the booting up in safe mode method, but my mind told me to look at the list of programs in my uninstall or change program windows. I saw that Opera stabler or stabilizer was installed anew on the same date that I installed Epic... as well other dates, probably when I installed Opera. Being that Epic is built on the same platform as Opera to somewhat mimics google, I realized that this might very well be the problem. I highlighted the stabler, clicked uninstall, then highlighted Epic, clicked uninstall and voila! No muss, no fuss. I'm so glad I discovered this. Hope this helps the next person out, because I didn't find this solution anywhere on the web in my searches and it sure beats the workarounds suggested.

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