The currently installed Google Music Manager stopped responding? Or you have to repeatedly sign in to the music downloader by Google?
It seems that it’s a bit difficult for some Windows/Mac end-users to download their favourite music via using Google Music Manager. To resolve the issues I reviewed above, please try and follow the troubleshooting instructions at the end of this “How-to” page on how to uninstall Google Music Manager. If you wanna force uninstall this media player program by Google Inc., please save and run this smart uninstall tool to effectively uninstall Google Music Manager on your computer.
Tip To ensure a complete, accurate Google Music Manger uninstall, you first need to be logged on to your system using any administrative accounts; then you save and then close all of your personal stuff and/ or you wanna keep preferred settings for Google Music Manger; close them and/or another running Windows applications.
- Click on the red Close button on right top of the Music Manager window.
- To prevent the unknown or another issues/errors during the uninstall process, you’d better launch the Windows Task Manager to check the Step 1 above: you click Processes tab on it; find and forcely stop any Image Name(s) related with the Google Music Manager program. See the below screencap for more tips to safely uninstall uninstall Google Music Manager.
Tip You then need to click OK button on Music Manager, “Do you really want to exit?”, to smoothly uninstall Google Music Manager on your Windows computer.
Tip If you see the MusicManger.exe and/or the GoogleUpdate.exe running in Processes section above, then you can highlight it, and, then you launch the End Process option for it/them.
Tip You then click the End process button on Task Manager information box, “Do you want to end ‘MusicManger.exe’? If an open program is associated with this process, it will close and you will lose any unsaved data. If you end a system process, it might result in an unstable system. Are you sure you want to continue?”. You then can also terminate the Google Update.exe running in WTM-Processes. Okaay, you guys can try or learn the below advanced technique for program uninstall: Before you end the MusicManger.exe, you right-click on it, select the Open File Location option on the top of the menu; scroll down, or you can also press the [U] key to quickly locate and run the Uninstall(.exe) application to automatically remove or uninstall Google Music Manager. See the below details about it.
- Type of file: Application (.exe) / Win32 EXE
- Description: Music Manager
- Location: C:\Users\Bryan\AppData\Local\Programs\Google\ (Note This info will help you manually remove those related left overs or force uninstall Google Music Manager by running this uninstaller PRO.)
- Size: 259 KB (265,982 bytes)
- Size on disk: 260 KB (266,240 bytes)
- File version / Product version: 184.108.40.206
- Copyright: ©2011 Google, Inc.
- SHA256: 5d1dcf866df59026f52afb9bb91fb7576cfde28c213cd7d6c86bd1086d662097
- SHA1: 36af28c485621f7a033e8845bfe1556973be2cf0
- MD5: 11eafa12c6c1a2f0adc0e33fed4f2282
Option-1 (for advanced users): Find and run the below uninstall application to Uninstall Google Music Manager
- If you just could not directly find the Uninstall application, you could also run the Search to find and then delete associated items on your machine, then, you visit its installation directory. And if you performed the express install of the Google Music Manager, you could copy and paste the below installation path, [C:\Users\your machine name\AppData\Local\Programs\Google\MusicManager], in Windows Explorer, run the Uninstall application to automatically uninstall Google Music Manager.
- You click the Show details tab on the "Music Manager Uninstall: Complete" to get more details on the express uninstallation process.
- Click the Close button on it. You need to perform the manual deletion of the installation directories, the shortcut file of the Music Manager on desktop, other files type and registry entries type left behind to completely uninstall Google Music Manager.
- Then you may go on to fill out the detailed options listed on the uninstall survey page by Google to “Share your feedback about music on Google Play”.
Option-2: Use the Uninstall or change a program / Add or Remove Programs, the standard uninstallation method
- Click on the Start icon in Windows Taskbar; scroll up till you go to the Settings, or you directly enter the Control Panel.
- Click on the Uninstall a program link or the Add/Remove Programs entry.
- Now, you locate the Music Manager (publisher, Google, Inc) below on the Currently Installed Programs list to uninstall Google Music Manager from it.
- Right-clicking on and then launching Uninstall option for the listing Music Manager or, directly running it from the list, well, take your pick to uninstall Google Music Manager.
Additional removal option for the unwanted leftover files and registry keys related with the Manager
- Save and reboot your device.
- Type "Google" in Windows Explorer – Search; wait for the results to complete. Confirm your request and then remove those items highlighted (on a Windows 7/Vista machine).
- Input "regedit" in Run to open the Windows Registry Editor as administrator, then find and delete the Google-related keys that left in Registry Editor.
How to resolve the mentioned problems above?
- Ensure that your device has been connected to the Internet properly and/or fast enough. For Windows 7 / Windows Vista bros there, try the below two tips: 1) right-click on the Internet Access icon in Taskbar >> launch the Troubleshoot problems option from the menu >> select and follow the listed options from the Windows Network Diagnostics like the “I’m trying to reach a specific website or folder on a network”, “I’m having a different problem” >> save and reboot your machine. 2) After you clicking on the Internet Access, you select the Open Network and Sharing Center >> click Local Area Connection 2 >> click on the Properties tab on the Local Area Connection 2 Status window >> disable the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) item from the Network section >> click OK button on the Properties window >> save and restart; try the music downloader from Google again. Uhh, one more thing, you try to disable the “TCP Receive-Side Scaling” in your installed Network adapters item. See more help in the below External Study Center. And for Windows XP users, you right-click on the “Local Area Connection” icon in Taskbar to automatically and quickly the potential issues with the Internet Connection. Try it again. Also, see more help in the Study Center below.
- Try to log off your Google account properly; or you use Windows Task Manager to terminate the MusicManager.exe by Google Music Manager that may still be running in background; clear the temporary Internet data including the created cookies type.
- If you are still having other difficulties downloading songs, albums and other media files type, please feel free to use or review the below detailed removal options to delete or uninstall Google Music Manger completely. Then you can reinstall a newer version of it; or change it for another brand, i.e., the BearShare, iMesh, and more.
If the personal tips above still cannot help you out of the annoying download issue, please follow my video guide and download this uninstaller Pro to forcibly uninstall Google Music Manager from your system.
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External Study Center
Google Music Manager: A frustrating way to download your music library
Disable TCP Receive-Side Scaling – Microsoft Fix it BLOG
How to Repair Local Area Connection on a Windows XP SP2 Home
The Google Play Music Manager is stuck – ©2012 Google
Group Policy to Remove Program May Not Be Applied to Some Users and Computers – ©2012 Microsoft