"These types of entries are ones where the uninstaller for the
program is calling a common Windows file, with a command
line parameter, to perform the uninstall for the program.
When edit strings do not contain path information it simply
means that Windows already knows where to look for these
files --so it leaves off the full path. In these cases, verifying
that the duplicate entries have matching edit string values is
enough to suffice because we know that their paths are
correct. If each listing has an identical string delete all of the
duplicate entries but one."