Resilio DLLs aren't unregistered on update or uninstall


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While investigating why my explorer.exe was crashing too often I found out that FOUR resilio explorer.exe DLLs not only weren't unregistered, but they continued to log all the folder access in appdata/roaming, with a 10gb log file!!

I had all the history of previous resilio updates, including when they were named bittorrent sync

Not only they were kept in memory after each update, but they weren't removed after the final uninstall (uninstall reason: the annoying windows 10 bug where the window keep opening at boot - you insist this is a feature, not a bug, it's clearly a bug, you are the only app with this behavior)

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