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Published on 03.11.09 by Brent Trahan

Uninstall Tablet PC Components

Learn how to uninstall Tablet PC Components (Windows Journal, Math Input Panel, and other handwriting recognition features) in Windows 7.

Uninstall Tablet PC Components

  1. Open the Control Panel in the Start menu.
  2. Open Programs and Features in the Control Panel.

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    Note: If Programs and Features is not available, change View by to Large icons at the top right of the Control Panel.

  3. Click Turn Windows features on or off in the left column of the Programs and Features window.

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  4. Uncheck Tablet PC Components and then click OK.

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  5. Click Restart Now to reboot the computer.

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  1. icla says:

    Hello
    I would like to uninstall following components from my windows 7 standard installation:
    Some language packs with keyboards for example I don’t need 1 GB Chinese language or Thai,
    Drivers for printers, scanners, modems etc.

    Please tell me how to do it

    Thank you

  2. zailer says:

    hi
    i am curious to know how will we add tablet pc componets ..if its not showing in that box.. ok i tried out a micro /minimum install of win 7 ultimate but it does not have tablet pc components. any help :)

  3. Gary says:

    This sis all good but how do I uninstall all of the tablet PC components from Windows XP I don’t use any of it and it takes up way too mch room on my hard drive. Any help would be appreciated.

    God Bless You
    Gary Dantzler

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