I just installed a new HD and reinstalled win98 and all my programmes, data etc. Made some mistakes so after a couple of uninstall/reinstalls decided to defrag my HD using Norton2001, and optimise swap file. Noticed a little bundle of files right at the end of my HD and on checking they are a mixed bunch of stuff - e.g. mozipcd.exe, mozctl.dll, bongo.gif, npmozax.dll, port-cancel.bmp, port-status.bmp, article.gif, localstore.rdf, igm1500.dll and about another 24 files. So, my question is, are they innocent? why are they there, so detached from the majority of files on my drive? I do use adaware and Norton antivirus, I'm not too worried, just curious really, any ideas oh helpful folk?
The Google search is a good idea, I'll try it, thanks. Woodchip, I'm not sure wht you mean by "are they in blue?" They are blue like "applications" (I think) in Norton defrag map. I didn't think I had Mozilla on my system, but found a folder in Windows/Application data called Mozilla so I guess I have!