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    In deleting applications from my Treo 600, I find that there are a large number of items I do not recognize.

    For example there are three apps all begining with HS (hssysresources, hstracedatabase, hstracedatabasehead), multiple items beginning with S01_m (i.e. SO2_m etc.), something called S7BGLog1, SS_P2P, WP_P2P and so on.

    Can anyone explain what these all are? They are using a fair amount of memory and while I don't want to kill my OS, I do wonder if they are necessary. Perhaps someone can create a list of the "system apps" that should not be deleted.
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    If you've deleted the SplashSuite software that came with your Treo, you can delete SS_P2P and WP_P2P.

    Originally posted by thr61
    In deleting applications from my Treo 600, I find that there are a large number of items I do not recognize.

    For example there are three apps all begining with HS (hssysresources, hstracedatabase, hstracedatabasehead), multiple items beginning with S01_m (i.e. SO2_m etc.), something called S7BGLog1, SS_P2P, WP_P2P and so on.

    Can anyone explain what these all are? They are using a fair amount of memory and while I don't want to kill my OS, I do wonder if they are necessary. Perhaps someone can create a list of the "system apps" that should not be deleted.
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    Thanks. I am actually going to try the splashsite apps and see how they work. Knowing not to delete those files should certainly help in that process!

    On to the other files....
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    SS_P2P and WP_P2P are part of Documents to Go, not part of the Splash suite products.
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    Oops. My bad.

    Originally posted by bcombee
    SS_P2P and WP_P2P are part of Documents to Go, not part of the Splash suite products.

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