Unistalling vb.net programe

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hi. I need help. I have made a vb.net program and I also have made a setup file for installing it and it's ok. But after uninstalling the program, all of the folder and file that were made when i run the program, weren't deleted. what I must do to delete them permanently from my hard disk without using vb.net codes ? thank you very much

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vb.net 2010

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  • Subhendu Sen
    "But after uninstalling the program, all of the folder and file that were made when i run the program, weren't deleted." according to this line, u may uninstall the folders / files manually. Probably, there is no code of deletion for the folders/files in ur vb progs. However, simply manual deletion can help u by pressing Shift + Delete button together.
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