Why do you delete posts instead of solving the problem?

I have created two posts asking questions asking how to uninstall Comodo Drag-on. You apparently have deleted them. According to your verbiage, you’d “love to hear from me.” Not true. If you don’t want to address a problem, you just delete it. I have unchecked all of the boxes in my Comodo Drag-on and disabled as much as possible. Looks like I will have to take my computer to a repair shop to have Comodo Drag-on removed as you are uncooperative and refuse to help me. Maybe you don’t know how to uninstall it either. I wanted to uninstall it so I could reinstall it. Guess I will be getting a more reliable virus protection software package. NO SUPPORT FROM YOU!

[s]Are you saying that you’ve deleted and reaper by itself back?

What’s the reason for your decision?

Did you delete pressing that icon (trash) from the image below?[/s]

My bad, You want to uninstall Comodo Dragon, just go in the installation folder and there’s the uninstall exe!

I’ve just read your posts … your account on this forum should be deleted … ! my opinion!

My first post said specifically: I would like to uninstall it, but Comodo does not show up on my list of installations in my “uninstall” Control list. Exactly where is it so I can uninstall it. Please, this is so annoying. I just have to get rid of it. I am fed up with these pop-up windows. And it’s just not when I start up my computer. It’s all day long. It’s like playing whack-a-mole, except it’s not fun or funny.

The problem is that it is NOT listed under installations. I went there first to uninstall the program. I don’t understand why it isn’t listed there. Sorry if I offended you, but I am very frustrated with the constant interruptions of alerts popping up all the time while I’m trying to get work done. And when I first logged in today, your web site said that I had “no posts” done by me. Of course, I thought they were deleted. What else would “no posts” mean? I was hoping to uninstall and try to reinstall it. Sometimes that corrects the problem. I’ve “approved,” “sandboxed,” and “blocked” many of these alerts, but identical ones keep popping up as if I ignored them. Wouldn’t you surmise that something has gone haywire with the software? I’m not doing anything to antagonize it by ignoring the alerts. 'Tis the season of compassion.

your posts were not deleted.
when you start a topic, you need to follow up in the topic you started. It looks like you did not follow up in either of the previous 2 topics you started.
If you monitor the topics you started, you will find that someone is trying to help you.
Also, be specific: are the “pop ups” you are talking about from Dragon (internet pop ups in a new dragon window) or are they notifications from CIS?
You should place all further responses here. Please read the posts in that topic and respond to those who are trying to help you.

I am new to your site. Most other sites, when you click on “messages,” they have the questions you posted. My message folder was empty. I could not find my question nor any responses to those messages. Sorry if I ruffled anyone’s feathers, as that was not my intention. I am just desperate for an answer to this problem that is still ongoing. Everyone keeps telling me the obvious. Uninstall the software through the Control Center and just uninstall. Unfortunately, Comodo Dragon is not listed there to uninstall it. I have no idea where it is. I have even “disabled” most features through Comodo Dragon icon and it still won’t quit. I have left a response to my question on another board. I apologize if I’ve hurt anyone’s feelings.

If you want to uninstall Dragen go to the Add/Remove section of control Center. If it’s not there than something is wrong with you’re Windows OS and not with Dragon.

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