You can find different solutions to effectively uninstall FreeArc on this page. Just browse the information and find out how to remove programs in Windows without troubles.
FreeArc is a free and open-source file archiver developered by Bulat Ziganshin. As of H1 2017 Free Arc Next, which is a native 64-but archiver rewritten from scratch and include Zstandard support, is under heavy development. For some reasons many users encountered problems when trying to uninstall FreeArc. So if you are also stuck in the removal, follow the instructions below to work it out.
Easy Solution to Uninstall FreeArc
For this part, it’s all the same on each Windows operating system, you can simply follow the steps below to proceed. You may start wondering: is it available for the uninstall of other potentially unwanted programs or malware? Of course, it is. We are working hard every day to improve and perfect its functions towards stubborn software as many as possible. Don’t forget to click on its “Update” button for automatic upgrade.
There are only three steps to uninstall FreeArc. Play the video below for viewing the specific operation.
1. After successful installation of Max Uninstaller > open it.
2. Find the program in the list of Step 1 > Choose it and press Run Analysis on the left > Select all the shown items and press Complete Uninstall.
3.Wait until this part finishes and the below green Scan Leftovers button turns into green > Click on it to proceed with the removal > The registry keys will be presented > Select all of them and hit Delete Leftovers to completely uninstall FreeArc.
Video demonstration on how to easily uninstall Web Companion:
This small application is surely a very convenient way to clean out useless programs from your computer, freeing up your hard drive space for more important purposes. For further understand how to manually uninstall FreeArc in Windows, you can refer to the next part.
Uninstall FreeArc by Regular Means
For the two most popular systems, I provided two instructions in every part. As long as you carefully perform the steps below, no bad consequences will bother you. Here we go:
1. (Optional) Enter Safe Mode to Uninstall FreeArc.
Windows 7: Turn on / reboot your PC > before you see the black screen with Windows 7 logo in the center, press “F8” on your keyboard to access Advanced Boot Options:
- Safe Mode
- Safe Mode with Networking
- Safe Mode with Command Prompt
Windows 8/8.1: Hover your mouse cursor in the bottom right corner to see the charms bar, and select “Search” > type “msconfig” in the box and press Enter on your keyboard > select the Boot tab, tick the “Safe boot” item under the Boot options, and tab “OK” button below.
Windows 10: Click the Start to open Settings > Select Update & security > Recovery > Under Advanced startup, select Restart now > After your PC restart t o the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > Restart > Then you’ll see a list of options, select 4 or F4 to start your PC in Safe Mode or select 5 or F5 for Safe Mode with Networking.
2. Go to Control Panel, where all the removals begin.
Windows 7: Click on “Windows logo” in the lower left corner to open Start menu, and select “Control Panel” > click “Uninstall a program” in the Programs column.
Windows 8/8.1: Hover your mouse cursor in the bottom right corner to see the charms bar, and select “Search” > type “control panel” in the box and press Enter on your keyboard > click “Uninstall a program” in the Programs column.
Windows 10: Right-click on the Start button, and select Programs and Features.
> Now you can browse the list of currently installed programs, locate FreeArc, double-click it to activate its uninstall wizard. When you’re asked whether to immediately restart your computer, click on “Later/No”, and refer to the following contents.
3. Go to Registry Editor, where many users forget to take care of. That’s the key to completely uninstall FreeArc.
Windows 7: Click on “Windows logo” in the lower left corner to open Start menu > type “regedit” in the search box and press Enter on your keyboard.
Windows 8/8.1: Hover your mouse cursor in the bottom right corner to see the charms bar, and select “Search” > type “regedit” in the search box and press Enter on your keyboard.
Windows 10: You can see a Search box on the Taskbar in the bottom-left corner, type “regedit” in it and select regedit to open the Registry Editor.
> Now you have opened the Windows Registry Editor, on the Navigation, click Edit > Find…, type “FreeArc” in the box and press Enter to search for its possible remaining files to delete.
Then you can reboot your computer to take effect : )