Should I uninstall older Intel Windows Driver Packages?

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    I understand the argument for not removing files - it's nice to rollback, however could conflicting or duplicate versions be running? 

    I think only one driver can be installed, but CCleaner is showing that I can UNINSTALL these driver packages.  I think driver packages may not impact the actual drivers...but thought I'd check. Maybe dual core ever require duplicates.

     

    Should I uninstall any of these that are replaced by a newer version? 

    a) Window Driver Package - Intel System (07/25/2013 9.3.0.1029)  (both are the same version)

    b.1) Window Driver Package - Intel (MEIx64) System (08/19/2013 9.5.14.1724)

    b.2) Window Driver Package - Intel (MEIx64) System (08/19/2013 9.5.14.1730)

     

     

     

    Thanks,

    Mike

     

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