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Leigh Riffel

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  1. You misunderstand. When you upgrade an existing installation, the old version is uninstalled (I'm not talking about an explicit uninstall by the user). That is the phase during which the shortcut is cleaned up. That's how msiexec works. The programs you mention may very well be scheduling the removal after the install. Or they may be doing "bad" things. Unless we can figure out how to safely to an upgrade where we first install and then uninstall, this behavior will not change. We have no plans to reverse engineer how MS stores the shortcuts (yes, I know where they live) and perform undocume
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