What’s the best option to uninstall Google Chrome on your computer?
Well, if you’re one of those Windows starters – sorry, no offense at all – it’s true that a performance-slow PC result in over 90% chance of installing lots of similar/unused programs; here we’re talking about the types of Windows-based web browsers such as Microsoft’s IE, Opera software, Mozilla’s Nightly/Aurora/Firefox, and more. Well, from computer newbies to literates, you-all can review, learn some basic and advanced tips about uninstalling Google Chrome in an uncomplete/complete way. Share this perfect set of step-by-step instructions with more people who wish to uninstall Google Chrome and related products! Continue reading
Why were you not allowed to uninstall Adobe ColdFusion like the v10 or v9.0 nor run it?
Well, there are some options you can refer to if you wanna troubleshoot the aforesaid ColdFusion issues yourself: 1) Run your Windows in Safe Mode (with Networking) – this may help you stop all the .NET services automatically and effectively – then you try launching the "Uninstall/Change" option in Windows Control Panel to automatically uninstall Adobe ColdFusion, though this standard method is overused, and is not able to help you cleanly remove this Adobe product suite. Continue reading
Ya think it’s impossible to uninstall Funmoods completely?
Well, some of you may have been trying to uninstall Funmoods the standard measure – I assume you had used Windows’ "Add/Remove Programs", or "Uninstall or change a program" in Control Panel – and still no joy. BCOS Funmoods is a malware threat (or say riskware), you can’t simply remove it via the way of employing Volonet’s uninstallation utility: you may still be able to find visibility of the remainder Funmoods toolbar and/or Funmoods search. Continue reading
Do you uninstall UMPlayer because you wanna to use Apple’s QuickTime or Microsoft’s WMP to replace missing DVD burning functionality?
Well, some people may also wish to totally uninstall UMPlayer due to the malfunction of playlist, or an out of date version of UMPlayer and/or other special reasons. ‘n, if the video player from Ori Rejwan just could not satisfy all of your media needs or you cannot recover your Windows after crash, you should fully uninstall UMPlayer and take the last chance to resolve the aforementioned issues and save ya from an almighty mess! Continue reading
Have you looked at all the other answers, but you still cannot get any idea on how to uninstall PC Tools Registry Mechanic the most efficient way?
If ya kept receiving some unexpected error(s) when you tried to uninstall PC Tools Registry Mechanic, then I have to say that the WinGuides’ uninstaller might have become corrupted due to missing UNINSTALLATION INFORMATION like "unins000.dat" and/or "unins000.msg"! Continue reading
Windows did not allow ya to completely uninstall Any Video Converter from your device at once?
Why is a complete uninstall of Any Video Converter is so "hard"? Well, contrary to the Anvsoft’s own uninstaller, the aforementioned uninstallation program does NOT have responsibility to get rid of AVG Secure Search (a.k.a, AVG toolbar), a PUP that comes along with Any Video Converter (See more related shots below), thus, for your information, cleanly uninstalling AVG toolbar can enable you to fully uninstall Any Video Converter! Continue reading
Can’t remove WhiteSmoke? Are ya prefer remove that nasty online translator toolbar from root?
The very basic thing you can do to remove WhiteSmoke, at the minimum, is (TEMPORARILY) removing it from programs list via the toolbar developer’s uninstaller which may also require the Administrative rights. I believe someday that annoying WhiteSmoke is coming back to you; or I say the remaining preferences won’t let you reset the "Search Providers" and other associated aspects concerning of a clean removal of WhiteSmoke. Continue reading
You have Yahoo! Toolbar listed, but ya can’t completely remove it using its uninstaller? Then, do you need adaptive instructions to help you thoroughly remove Yahoo! Toolbar?
Obviously, Windows Control Panel does not cleanly remove Yahoo! Toolbar, BCOS you may have checked all the boxes provided by Yahoo!’s one-stop installer Yahoo! Toolbar Setup (we will be able to see how it goes later) – that is exactly the reason why some Windows beginners even those intermediate users have the annoying homepage hijacking facts on their PC. If ya were an avid professional uninstaller, it will show all the associated traces due to the tool cleaning all the installations of Yahoo! Toolbar you’re using.
Are you facing this problem that, when you try to uninstall GOM Player, the AVG Toolbar still visible in the programs list (Programs and Features or Add/Remove Programs)?
Well, the potentially unwanted AVG Security Toolbar came with GOM Player Setup. Why? Please read related content (screen shots) below. The actions you take to uninstall GOM Player do not automatically remove the AVG’s toolbar. Beyond those steps, you need to manually restore your web browser’s homepage and search provider. Furthermore, on this page of GOM Player removal guide, you can learn more tips that will also enable ya guys to uninstall GOM Video Converter and uninstall GOM Audio.
If you were one of those end-users that had experienced problems described how they cannot uninstall Adobe Photoshop via the standard method of using Programs and Features or Add/Remove Programs…
Well, you may have run into this resistance every time you’ve tried to uninstall Adobe Photoshop by extensive search due to the lack of a perfect uninstall procedure. Moreover, you would encounter problems with an incomplete uninstall of Adobe Photoshop cuz the typical manner will leave some unwanted packages, resources and the commonly seen program traces like items in filesystem and Registry Editor – you need to shoot them with this perfect uninstaller. Continue reading