- When you want to remove a program simply click on it and select Uninstall, you will get the a Complete Uninstall option if it’s been previously tracked by Comodo or Standard Uninstall for one that hasn’t. After the uninstall any changes still left will be available to remove.
- Force Uninstall Windows Program using Registry Keys. Windows Registry is the database where all.
- If you choose to uninstall the entire installation, the uninstallation program also removes the product directory associated with the installation unless one of the following is true: The product directory contains user-created configuration or application files - the uninstallation program does not delete user-created configuration files.
To uninstall a program, use the “apt-get” command, which is the general command for installing programs and manipulating installed programs. For example, the following command uninstalls gimp and deletes all the configuration files, using the “ - purge” (there are two dashes before “purge”) command. The traditional way: If you've been around Windows for any significant length of time, you'll be.
Note: Use these steps for Windows programs. If you're having problems with an app you got from Microsoft Store, go to Fix problems with apps from Microsoft Store.
The Program Install and Uninstall troubleshooter helps you automatically repair issues when you're blocked from installing or removing programs. It also fixes corrupted registry keys.
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First, you'll need to download the troubleshooter.
If you see the File Download box when you start downloading, select Run or Open.
The troubleshooter provides steps for you to follow. If a program isn't listed in the uninstall options, you'll be asked for that program's product code. To access the code, you'll need a tool for reading MSI files—which is typically available to IT professionals. You'll find the product code in the property table of the MSI file.
What it fixes
The troubleshooter helps fix problems that:
Corrupt registry keys on 64-bit operating systems.
Corrupt registry keys that control the update data.
Prevent new programs from being installed.
Prevent existing programs from being completely uninstalled or updated.
Block you from uninstalling a program through Add or Remove Programs (or Programs and Features) in Control Panel.
If you're trying to remove malware, you can use Windows Security (or another antivirus tool), or you can use the Windows Malicious Software Removal tool.