Uninstall AnalogX CookieWall without Troubles – Effective Guides

For users who have no clue how to correctly uninstall AnalogX CookieWall in Windows, this article has been provided with different solutions. In the upper-right of this page, you can also enter the name of some other software you want to remove.

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By far the most common way to track individuals on the Internet is the “Cookies”, small files stored on your machine with information provided by a website. AnalogX CookieWall lets you to quickly, easily decide which cookies stay in the system, and which to delete. The program can be configured to delete cookies as soon as they arrive, to notify you of any new ones, or just queue them up for you to check out later.

To completely uninstall AnalogX CookieWall, you can refer to the following guides for different versions of Windows.

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How Do I Manually Uninstall AnalogX CookieWall in Windows?

Except for some slightly different operations among Windows 7/8/10, the required steps are almost the same:

1. Administrator
Log in the system with an Administrator account, or be sure you know the permission password for making changes in the system.

2. Close
You don’t need to check the System Tray or Task Manager as long as you have shut down the AnalogX CookieWall program from the desktop.

3. Control Panel
Windows 7: Open the Start menu from the bottom-left corner of your screen, select Control Panel, and click Uninstall a program.

Windows 8: Right-click on the Start button in the bottom-left corner of your screen, select Control Panel, and click Uninstall a program.

Windows 10: Right-click on the Start button in the bottom-left corner of your screen, select Programs and Features.

4. Uninstall
Now you should be looking at the programs list, locate and double-click AnalogX CookieWall in the list to activate its default uninstaller. Somehow it finished pretty quickly in my case, and I didn’t even see any confirmation messages.

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5. Registry Editor (Back up the Registry in case of any mistakes.)
Windows 7: Open the Start menu again and enter “regedit” in the Search box.

Windows 8: Point your mouse to the bottom-right corner, stay there until you see the charms bar, select Search, and enter “regedit” in the box.

Windows 10: Type “regedit” in the Search box on the Task bar and press Enter.

6. Deletion
Now the Registry Editor window should be open, navigate to this folder HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AnalogX\ and delete it.

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7. Check
This is to check for its leftovers, which the regular uninstall might leave behind. > On the navigator, click Edit, select Find… on the small drop-down menu, enter “AnalogX CookieWall” to find the folder, and delete to completely uninstall AnalogX CookieWall.

8. Restart
Reboot your system and check whether the AnalogX CookieWall program has gone.

Easily Uninstall AnalogX CookieWall with Max Uninstaller

To spare yourself the tedious work to uninstall AnalogX CookieWall, this is definitely a better way to go. Anytime in the future when you’re facing an unwanted program, you will never again figure out where to dig in the system to root it out. See how the Max Uninstaller helps you with the removal:

1. Click on the download button here to install Max Uninstaller.

2. Run it > Select the AnalogX CookieWall icon > press Run Analysis to completely scan all the related files > Tick all the items displayed > press Complete Uninstall.

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3. It will tell you, “Please wait while it initializes the uninstall process”. After that, press Scan Leftovers > Tick all the items displayed > press Delete Leftovers to completely uninstall AnalogX CookieWall.

This short video will help you quickly understand the process:

How to Prevent PUPs and Optimize Your PC?

According to the feedback of some users, antivirus products sometimes don’t block the pop-ups of what was already installed or they unknowingly installed. Some applications are not malicious by their criteria, so I think the best way to prevent the unwelcome programs from getting in is to pay more attention when you visit a web page, open an email, download and install an application.

And here are several things you can do to optimize your PC performance:

Keep your Windows up to date – Average users can install updates without the help of professionals. Modern versions of Windows are even set to install updates automatically out of the box, so you may not even have to do any of this updating work yourself.

Free up space by removing files and programs – If you’ve been using your machine for a while, you can probably free up disk space by removing the redundant files, and uninstall the needless programs by using Special Uninstaller, just like you can easily uninstall AnalogX CookieWall.

Optimize Startup – Open Task Manager (right-click the task bar and select Start Task Manager), and click over to the Startup tab, to easily manage your startup programs without installing any other software.

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