Nov032007 said: I bit on the fantasy book. Free is free, thanks.I had that mentality for a bunch of free cookbooks on my kindle. Now I wish I could get rid of them, but they can't. I'm never ever going to use them -- they're just an annoyance in my library.
uuuuut said: Nov032007 said: I bit on the fantasy book. Free is free, thanks.I had that mentality for a bunch of free cookbooks on my kindle. Now I wish I could get rid of them, but they can't. I'm never ever going to use them -- they're just an annoyance in my library.
There's at least two ways to delete books from Kindles (depending on which version you have)...
To delete content on Kindle 1: Connect the USB cable that came with your Kindle to a PC.When prompted, select "Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer." You should now see 3 folders named: "Audible, music and documents." 4) Open the "documents" folder. From the "View" menu in explorer, select "Details." so that you can see all file details -- in columns. Click on the top of the "Name" column to sort all of your documents by name. You should see two files for each book you have on your Kindle. The extensions for these files are ".AZW" and ".MBP" The AZW file will be the largest of the two. For each title you wish to remove, select both related files and delete them. Don't forget you can hold down the "Ctrl" key to select multiple items in the list... 9) Disconnect the USB cable from your Kindle. Turn the Kindle off, then back on. The deleted titles should now be missing from your Kindle home page.
It is much easier to delete the content on Kindle 2, scroll to the shaded line below the book you want to delete. Push the mouse button to the right and a menu will pop up - "Remove from Device" is the last option. Scroll to that choice, select and you're done!
Of course the "easiest" and most permanent method is to remove the item from your account completely. To do THAT, go to your Amazon account, and go to manage your Kindle. On the title of the book there's a drop down menu that says. "delete permanently" select that and it will remove permanently.
RedCelicaGT said: I had my first birthday 27 years ago. Will google still give me stuff?No, but you can probably find some skank at a local dive bar that will give you something. Stock up on Valtrex coupons!
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