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How can I remove Perfectly Clear presets

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Jan 18, 2009
Winnipeg, Canada
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Hi there,
I'm finding the Perfectly Clear presets perfectly useless I want to remove them because. Most of their features require a secondary purchase and wading through them to get to my own is annoying. I can't even seem to find any way to collapse the list of them. I'm actually a little surprised Adobe allows that sort of rather misleading inclusion of 3rd party presets. Can someone throw me a rope on this?
Thanks in advance.
If all the presets appear in the Presets panel in a group by themselves, with a triangle to the left of the group name, right-click the group and do Delete Group.

If they appear in the group User Presets mixed in with presets you want to keep, then you'll have to delete each preset individually -- right-click the preset and do Delete. If there are a large number of them, that could get tedious, so you could right-click one of them and do Show In Explorer. Then in Windows Explorer, you can batch-delete all the undesired presets. (Be careful though -- usually the preset's file name is fairly close to the name that appears in the Presets panel, but sometimes the file name is much different.)
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