If you have no idea how to correctly remove Driver Genius in Windows, find solutions on this page.
Developers often bundle their programs in one installer, so after the installation you may find several other programs that you don’t even recognize. The most annoying is that they give you a lot of pop-ups, and you’ll have to close them every five minutes. For reasons users have been seeking advises to remove Driver Genius, but many have resulted in failures. Hopefully through reading this page, you can successfully work it out.
Safely and Effectively Remove Driver Genius
This is a small-sized professional Windows cleaning utility to easily remove Driver Genius. With this utility you don’t need to access this and that. Steps are simply as follows:
1. Click on the green download button here or visit the homepage to try out Max Uninstaller.
(When installing something, whatever the program is, I suggest putting on any other hard drives instead of the C: drive (system drive). Then when you have to re-install the system, things you previously installed would still be there, and you only need to repair their registry entries. At the meantime, C: drive space can be saved for better running performance.)
2. Double-click the desktop icon to open it, you will know what programs are currently installed on your PC. Find and select the Driver Genius icon, and press Run Analysis to scan all the related files.
(The tool will finish scanning the files of targeted program within a few seconds.)
3. In the list presented, tick all the items displayed belonging to the toolbar, and click the Complete Uninstall button.
(Then it’s time to delete the written registry entries from your system.)
4. A window will show up telling you “Please wait while it initializes the uninstall process.”, after which press Scan Leftovers > and Delete Leftovers at last to completely remove Driver Genius.
(At last, you can click “Back to Step 1” to refresh the programs list, check whether the program has gone. Play the following video demonstration for a quick view of the whole process.)
If you don’t want to reinstall the program, you can choose to remove its bundled programs (if any) or other unwanted programs that have been stuck in the system for quite a long time.