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Default Installed Yahoo and google talk on the pearl but have probs with new applications

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I installed google talk and yahoo clients via an activex control.

Problem is that when I try to run desktop manager and go into the applications section, it will tell me that it wants to remove some files (with yahoo and google talk names). I think these files are probably useful (necessary), right?

So right now I am not installing any new apps for fear of deleting those files.

But I really do need to install a few new things. So can someone please explain why it is doing this and how to fix it? or if those files are harmless and should be removed like it wants to do?
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