Unfortunately, I was never able to make the WebApp work even with great assistance from this forum and 5 tries at a workable installation. The issue is a minor one, but the software de-installation process left some registry keys that I'm not smart enough to remove because I can't find them. I'm using RegEdit and looking in the first section of the Registry. I'm running Windows 10. Bottom line: I want to remove these unused Registry keys.
I'm guessing that the WebApp is using Google cloud services because of the nature of the left-behind registry keys. There are 10 of them, and the first one is: (data) HKCZR.gdoc | (key) .gdoc-GoogleDrive.gdoc .
As an additional note, one of the oddities of the WebApp's installation is that it did not use the logged on user's file system as its first preference for the location of the software installation. Instead, it used the user closest to the beginning of the alphabet. (There are three users on the system. Two of them are administrators, and they never run work.) I think that when the installation software is revised that it should be more selective and use the user account of the user who initiates the installation and not just a random user.
Thank you in advance for helping me remove the no-longer-used Registry Keys