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When I installed Starcraft 2 on my PC the installer created a shortcut 'play starcraft 2' on my start menu. If I run it the Blizzard's Battle.net client application starts.

Later I uninstalled Starcraft 2 from my PC. The 'play starcraft 2' shortcut is gone from my start menu.

How can I run battle.net now that I don't have any blizzard games installed?

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    Have you tried searching for "battle.net" in the Start Menu? – Nolonar Feb 18 '18 at 11:54
  • @Nolonar I have, it's not there. – Endy Tjahjono Feb 18 '18 at 12:50
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Its no longer called Battle.NET but Blizzard App

If installed in the default location it should be in

C:\Program Files (x86)\Blizzard App

If you can't find it, its possible you have removed it. In that case you can download it from the blizzard website It's the second last item.

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    I installed in a non-default location but found the Battle.net folder. I then added a shortcut to the Battle.net Launcher.exe in start menu. Problem solved. Thanks. – Endy Tjahjono Feb 18 '18 at 13:21

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