I’m adding the details of how to Remove/Uninstall all Freeserve components for historical reasons. Although in 2013, this information should no longer be needed (it was back in 2000ish when I originally wrote it). So please be aware this is massively outdated and probably no longer relevant information, but I like to archive stuff
The Freeserve icon can simply be deleted from your Desktop, and the icon itself (freeserve.ico) can be deleted from the directory, C:\Windows.
Freeserve entries in the ‘Start’ menu can be removed from the following directory in Windows Explorer: C:\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Freeserve
You can uninstall Internet Explorer and Outlook Express (and any of the other Microsoft packages that you could have chosen during the Freeserve installation) using the Add/Remove Program functions which you will find if you go to the ‘Start’ menu and look in ‘Settings’ then ‘Control Panel’. From the Add/Remove Programs dialogue box, select Outlook Express, then click on Add/Remove.
To completely erase all mention of Freeserve from your system, you can remove the appropriate registry settings.
We do not advise modification of registry settings by untrained personnel You can modify your registry settings using the regedit tool. If you wish to do this, from the Start menu, go to Run, and type ‘regedit’. Search for those Keys which refer to Freeserve and, if you wish, remove them. Remember to make a back-up of the registry before making any changes.
Outstanding items that you may wish to remove that are not covered by the instructions above include:
To modify the title of Internet Explorer:
Right click on Window Title to edit.
To modify title of Outlook Express:
Right click on Window Title to edit
To remove the Infopane at the bottom of Outlook Express:
Remove the key ‘BodyBarPath’ in the same section as above.
Windows 98 and above
You will not be able to uninstall Internet Explorer or Outlook Express.