Uninstalling programs in Windows is usually more than just click the Uninstall button. Here we will show you how to completely remove programs in Windows, without any third party tool.
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If you find Adobe Flash on your Mac to be a threat to the security of your machine, you can follow this guide to get that utility removed.
In this post we will show you how to uninstall the Windows product key and install it again on another PC.
If you have installed a Windows update and your PC crashes as a result, here is how you can uninstall the Windows Updates and get your system back up and running again.
When you uninstall an app in Mac by dragging it to the Trash, you will leave behind files that are stored elsewhere in the system. With AppTrap, you can be sure that the uninstallation is clean and complete.
IOBit Uninstaller is a lightweight software that can uninstall your applications completely and not leave any unwanted traces around. Best of all, it is free to download and use.
Keeping a Windows installation clean, trimmed and running efficiently can be difficult. There are multiple tools that we have suggested in the past to help with tasks such as deleting unnecessary files, stopping unnecessary programs from starting at launch, and uninstalling unused programs. However, you have to use multiple programs to achieve all these tasks. […]
For those who have installed Internet Explorer 9 beta last week, you will find your previous installation of Internet Explorer been replaced by this latest version. In addition, when you try to uninstall the application (via Control panel), you will find that you won’t be able to do so, simply because the IE 9 entry […]
If statistics are anything to go by, Internet Explorer is the biggest and the most popular browser on the Internet. Of course, all of us geeks here know that statistics are not always correct … or fun. But, well, the truth is that IE owns anywhere between 60-70 percent of the browser market and despite […]
If you have previously dualboot your Windows 7 and Vista and now you wanted to remove it, either because you don’t like it or you are running out of hard disk space, here is the way to do it: