Getting around Windows file protection/system file checker

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For anyone who’s ever struggled to get rid of a Windows component without Windows file protection/system file checker kicking in, I recommend Wes Miller’s post on how to banish Movie Maker from your system. This doesn’t just apply to Movie Maker – you can use the same method to remove any non-critical (or critical for that matter!) component from Windows.

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