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After uninstalling iTunes on my machine the other day, I noticed a few services (Apple Mobile Device service among others) still remained after I had uninstalled. After a bit of digging around on Google, I found that using the normal uninstall procedure through the control panel doesn't remove everything.

This tip is for Vista users. I'm not sure how it works in XP. But anyway, when in the "Uninstall Programs" section of the control panel, instead of selecting iTunes and clicking Uninstall, click on Change. From the following window, choose the Remove option. This will bring you through a different uninstall method which apparently removes ALL of the services relating to iTunes!

Hooray! Now rejoice that all of that crud is removed!
 
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