Wanna completely uninstall ooVoo to keep your kid(s) or your other members safe from those “UNWANTED” advertisement? The undesired Ask[dot]com had been installed on your computer without your permission? Or you just could not remove the “malware” from your Windows 7/Vista/XP computer?
To completely uninstall the above video chat program on your computer, you may first need to review its express installation of it, see the related screen shot below; then you sign out your personal Facebook account, click the Close button on the right top of the said iChat style video software to exit, run Windows Task Manger to check and terminate the following ooVoo.exe that may still running in the Processes tab employing the administrative privileges – this ensures you smooothly uninstall ooVoo. Learn more detailed steps below to get rid of the video chat program.
Follow the below Instructions to Uninstall ooVoo
Review: The Typical Installation Procedure You May Have Performed
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NOTE The above ooVoo Installer will install Deals Plugin automatically. Then, to fully uninstall ooVoo, you need to find and remove the potentially unwanted Deals Plugin from your browser.
How Can I Uninstall ooVoo from My Windows 7?
- When you’ve logged out your Facebook account or the other accounts in use, you then use your administrative rights to shut down the video chatting software by clicking the Close button or press down the [Alt] key + the F4 key.
- Open up Windows Task Manager, go to Processes tab on it, check and end the following ooVoo.exe thoroughly to thoroughly uninstall ooVoo from background. Read more details about it.
- Type of file: Application (.exe) / DOS EXE
- Size: 25.7 MB (27,040,888 bytes)
- Size on disk: 25.7 MB (27,041,792 bytes)
- Digital Signatures: Yes
- File version: 188.8.131.52
- Product version: 184.108.40.206
- SHA256: 626163567600699041f2d8cb96349d3593cf8cd8ece6bb07f56c93a31e5122d3
- SHA1: 614298acb597855f5ac5ebdb9a443e184f5ed534
- MD5: 96d785959ce7132f8ba167f92edcfaef
- Detection ratio: 1 / 40 (Suspicion: unknown virus, by AVG)
- Analysis date: 2012-09-10 09:19:15 UTC ( 1 minute ago )
Typical Method: Use Windows Control Panel to uninstall ooVoo
- Click on the Start; if you’re running a 32-bit Windows XP SP3, you then enter the Settings, or the Control Panel directly then.
- In the Control Panel, you then visit the Uninstall a program or the Add/Remove Programs.
- Right-click on the ooVoo program on the Uninstall or Change a program or the older Currently Installed Programs list, then you select the Uninstall option on the menu to automatically uninstall ooVoo.
- Size: 27.5 MB
- Version: 3.5.3018
- Help link: http://support[dot]oovoo[dot]com
- Program name: 15bf17.msi
- Verified publisher: ooVoo LLC
- Publisher: 215 Apps
- Version: 220.127.116.11
Advanced Method: Make Use of the product UninstallString to uninstall ooVoo
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How to Use the Video Chatting Program Properly?
- How to disable it running with your Windows?
- Click on the ooVoo menu on its main platform; scroll down and enter the Settings in it
- UNTICK the following “Start ooVoo when your computer starts.” option from the Startup section, which helps you uninstall ooVoo from Windows Startup list.
- Click Save and reboot your Windows to check it out
- Enter the Audio & Video
- In the Video quality, informing you that “You can set the below parameters to control your video quality.”, you can change the values for the Video resolution (Standard resolution 352×288/Low resolution 176×144) and/or the Frame rate (5/10/15/20/25/30 fps). And if you would encounter any issue(s), you then click the Restore option for the above portion
- And for microphone guys there, you enable the “Automatically adjust my microphone.” option
- Could not be heard? You then try the Windows default device option for the Speaker audio and the Speakers for application sounds; save, reboot and check it again
- You enter the Text Chat, then you launch the Clear history option for it, informing “Permanently delete chat history with all your contacts.”; or you can keep them by selecting the “Save chat history for all my chat sessions.” option
- Wanna receive the emotions on your installed client? Please check and enable the Show Emoticons for the Emoticons
- Wanna know more about the Received files and/or the Video messages? You enter the above two items, you will then learn details about the its Storage location like “My received files are saved to: C:\Users\Your username\Documents\My ooVoo\Your username\ReceivedFiles”
- To manage the recorded calls/files, you enter the Recorded calls, visit the detailed path shown in the Storage location. In the Recording quality, you can manually modify the value for the Resolution [Low(734x376 pixels)/Medium (1013x518 pixels/High (1267x649 pixels)] and/or the Recording quality [Low Quality(356 Kbps)/Medium Quality (512 Kbps)/High Quality (1 Mbps)]. Note the additional info for the Low quality, “Bit rate: 356 Kbps; Frame per second: 10; Max file size: 1 recorded minute = 2.61 MB”
- In the Personal, which would tell you that “When searching on ooVoo, which people should be able to find and contact you?”; you then can choose the “Anyone may find and view my ooVoo profile”/”Only people who know my e-mail address or ooVoo ID may find or view my ooVoo profile”/”Nobody may find or view my ooVoo profile” (not recommended) option for the Connecting on ooVoo section. Moreover, you can manage your personal information you want to share with others like your birthday and your gender
- You can also edit the Blocked users
- To limit the video calls, you can choose the “My contacts only” option for the Getting calls; disable the “Show my video automatically when starting a call” for the Making calls. You can also set the “Call me link password” option for the Call Me link settings, telling “You can add a password to block unwanted web calls. … Please remember to update your friends if you change your password! You can enable or disable calls from your Call Me link. … Create a Call Me button so that anyone can call you, whether they have ooVoo installed or not. Put your button on a web page, your blog or email signature.”
- Similarly, to reduce the unwanted alerts from the video chatting program, you enter the Notifications, you can check the listed options in Alerts like “Someone sends me a video message/a chat message/a file(s)”, “Someone logs in.”
- Too noisy then you want to uninstall ooVoo? You can reduce or disable the options listed Sounds like “Someone calls me/sends me a video message/a file(s)/logs in”, or “I call someone”, “Someone joins the conversation”, “Someone does not answer the call (no response)”, “I connected to a conference”, “The video conversation ends”, “Someone leaves the conversation”, “A problem occurs during the video conversation”, “Sending a video message or file(s) fails”, “Sending my video message or file(s) is completed”, “Download a video message or file(s) completed”, “I log in/out/end a phone call”, “Phone is busy/Phone number not reached”, “A phone user joins/leaves the call”, “Minimize/Restore a video window”
- Got too many emails and then you wanna uninstall ooVoo? You enter the E-mails, disable the following two options for it: “Receive e-mail notifications for new video messages”, “Receive e-mails from ooVoo for new releases, contests and promos, news and giveaways.”
- You first check and apply the “Use port 443 as an alternative for incoming connections.” option for the Video calls, and set the “37674″. Or you then launch the “Restore to default”, telling “Do not change the system’s connection settings unless you encounter a connection problem. In order for the changes to take effect, you need to exit ooVoo and log in again.”
Wanna change it or completely get rid of those annoying video calls? You can completely uninstall ooVoo video chatting program, then replace it with ICQ, Facebook Messenger, or Windows Live by watching the following video and using this uninstall tool.