For users who have no idea how to effectively remove Malwarebytes Endpoint Security, this page should be very helpful.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Security is an endpoint protection platform that uses multiple technologies to proactively prevent threats from harming your system. Delivery multi-stage attack protection provides companies of all sizes, across all industries, around the globe the ability to stop an attacker at every step. Surely it’s a great tool to protect your computer against malicious threats, but when it comes to removal, the process could be a bit frustrated.
You can find two ways to remove Malwarebytes Endpoint Security in the content below. Hopefully everything works fine on your computer, for anything you’re not sure of or don’t understand, feel free to leave comments.
How to Manually Remove Malwarebytes Endpoint Security?
Compared to Windows 8, the main difference of Windows 10 is that it provides a brand new Start menu other than the Start screen, and these two can be easily switched between each other. In the following steps, I particularly listed the steps you can take via the Start menu in Windows 10 along with those in Windows 7/8. Hopefully they see to every reader’s needs.
First of all, make sure you’re using an Administrator account. If your system never had a second account, ignore this, then start the removal right away:
1. Close Malwarebytes Endpoint Security.
Right-click on its icon in the System Tray (bottom-right corner of your screen), and select Exit.
2. End the related process.
To ensure a smooth removal, you can stop the program running in the background by ending the related processes via the Task Manager. It may not be necessary towards the removal of some programs, but just in case.
3. Open the list of currently installed programs.
Windows 7: Open the Start menu > Select Control Panel > Click Uninstall a program
Windows 8: Right-click on the Start button > Click Programs and Features
Windows 10: Right-click on the Start button > Click Programs and Features
4. Remove Malwarebytes Endpoint Security via the Programs and Features.
Click on Malwarebytes Endpoint Security > Uninstall or Double-click Malwarebytes Endpoint Security to activate its default uninstaller > If you don’t need to reinstall the program, check the option “Remove all user setting” > click Uninstall > wait for the wizard to finish the process.
5. Open the Windows Registry Editor.
Windows 7: Open the Start menu > Execute “regedit” in the search box
Windows 8: Point your mouse to the bottom-right corner > Select Search > Execute “regedit” in the box
Windows 10: In the bottom-left corner of your screen, execute “regedit” in the search box on the taskbar
6. Delete the remaining files to completely remove Malwarebytes Endpoint Security from your PC.
Now you’re removing the files that regular uninstall might leave behind. Before doing this, you might want to read How to Back up & Restore the Registry in case of any mistaken deletion.
Then on the navigator of Registry Editor, click Edit > Find… > search for “Malwarebytes Endpoint Security” > Delete the file (s)/folder (s) if found.
7. Restart your PC to take effect.
Then check your system tray (right end of the taskbar) and Task Manager (hit Ctrl + Alt + Del to open), if Malwarebytes Endpoint Security is not there then the removal was successful.
How to Remove Malwarebytes Endpoint Security More Easily?
The answer is to use an efficient tool that takes care of all the necessary jobs for you. I believe this will save a lot of time:
1. Click the green Download button to install Max Uninstaller.
2. Run it and you will see the list of all the programs currently installed on your machine > Locate the Malwarebytes Endpoint Security icon, select it and click on the green Run Analysis button.
3. Keep all items displayed in the new list ticked, hit the green Complete Uninstall button.
4. After a few seconds, it will give you the option to Scan Leftovers (cleaning out the keys from Windows Registry), click it.
5. At last, hit the green Delete Leftovers button to completely remove Malwarebytes Endpoint Security.
Clicking Back to Step1 will fresh the programs list, so that you can check whether your target has been eliminated. After the removal is complete, you can perform the same steps to uninstall other programs you don’t need on your PC.
Here is a short video that shows you how Max Uninstaller works to remove Malwarebytes Endpoint Security:
It’s a good habit to termly clean out the programs you don’t want and those you never use. Once you free up part of the hard drive space and reduce the memory consuming, system performance can be improved
If you have any question to ask, feel free to leave comments below.