Am 22.07.2012 00:05, Anthony Easthope wrote:
If there is no registry or temporary paging system within the OS then
how does that work? It is a curiosity within itself
Windows is the only system with a registry database.
Under Linux everything is a file. All configuration is written into
plain text files, XML files or scripts for dynamic configuration.
LibreOffice uses XML.
When you tell the software manager to remove a software everything will
be removed except for user data. The LibreOffice profile folder belongs
to user data.
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