NetWaiting is a program developed by BVRPSoftware, Inc. The software comes installed on some computers produced since 2005 or with dial-up modems. NetWaiting offers a call waiting type of functionality for dial-up Internet service, but users with broadband generally have no use for the program. To free up space on the hard drive, which allows the computer to perform more efficiently, many users remove NetWaiting.
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Click the "Start" button, and click "Control Panel" on the list that appears.
Click "Programs and Features" and then click "Uninstall a Program" for Windows 7. A window opens that shows an alphabetical list of currently installed programs.
Search the list to find "Netwaiting." Click the program.
Click the "Uninstall" button to start the deletion process. A confirmation window opens.
Click "Yes." The "Uninstalling" window opens.
Reboot the computer after the "Uninstalling" window closes.
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