How to remove full software manual from window
This method am going to talk about how to remove software from windows. It is the method you can use to manually clean entries from the Registry.
But when you use this method you must be care by following step which am gong to show here. this method am going to show how to remove from control panel then remove or deleting folder manually from user account and Registry. So be care when you make mistake you may lose you important data.
Note: It’s important to do a backup before deleting anything from the Windows registry so that if something goes wrong, you can restore the system to its earlier state. To do a backup, right-click on the key you want to delete and select Export. It will save a REG file with the backup of that key.
STEP 1. Uninstall the software using Control Panel
Even though you have successfully uninstalled the program, some fragments of the file may be left in a few of the system folders.
To remove them, you’ll need to check the program files and app data. Check the following folders for leftovers.
Just type the above text one at a time in the search box and press enter. This will open the folders directly. If you find any folder with the name of the program you just uninstalled, delete it.
Remove software keys from the Windows Registry
Open the Start menu, type regedit in the search box and press ENTER. It will launch the Registry Editor.
Type the following keys one by one:
1. HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/software name to delete
2. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/software name to delete
3. HKEY_USERS.DEFAULT/Software/software name to delete
Look for a key with the name of the program you just removed. If you find a key, delete it. You can also use CTRL+F to search for such keys.
You will need to be very careful when performing this procedure. When you uninstall a software program, in most cases, the uninstaller does not remove the program from the Windows Registry.
This increases the Windows Registry size. To completely remove the software, you need to remove its key from the Windows Registry.
Empty Temp Folder
The final step is to clean the Temp folder. This is the folder that contains all the temporary files and cleaning it is safe. To empty the folder, open the Start menu and type the following commands one by one:
This will open the Temp folders. You can now empty them. If the system displays an error message when deleting some files, leave them. The files might be in use by Windows services or some running software
After following all the steps above, you will be able to completely uninstall a program without leaving a trace on your machine.