Windows regedit Osen Kusnadi key

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    Windows regedit Osen Kusnadi key

    Hello

    I have seen that in the windows registry there's a key called 'Osen Kusnadi' that have one subkey 'OsenXPSuite2005'; it's values are 'Company Name', 'Serial Number' and 'User Name' (the OsenXPSuite 'powerful, versatile, easy-to-use and customizable...'). I haven't installed that (I never installed that), and it doesn't exists on my pc; then the question is: why that has an 'account' on my windows registry?

    Thank's in advance.
    Niara

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    It was almost certainly installed at one point on your system and the uninstall was faulty/corrupted, or an attempted install was incomplete due to fault/corruption.

    If you're certain it's not on your system, you can safely remove the key.
    "There's always another way"
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    Hello lightatdawn, thank's for your time and help.

    I'm sure that I haven't neither installed nor uninstalled it; maybe someone installed it while the pc was in the store before I bought it

    On the Start/Config/Control/Add-Remove programs there isn't any entry about OsenXP. I'll make another search on the directories to assure that isn't there, and I'll delete the reg key.

    Thank's
    Niara

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    Make a backup of the key first. It's safest to do so. If anything goes wrong, you can restore it.
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    Hey Elysia, sorry for the delay on response; thanks for the note.

    Yes, I've did it before removing the key. After remove the key and restart pc, nothing goes wrong (for the moment).

    Niara

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