How To Check And Uninstall Unwanted Software From Your Computer

How to uninstall unwanted software on your computer

Just like your living home your personal computer should also be in a good hygienic condition. So your computer needs to be cleaned every once in a while. And that means removing installed old software you don't need any more. You can uninstall a program from your computer if you no longer use it or if you want to free up space on your hard disk.
Keeping unwanted software may reduce your computer speed and effects on its performance.
Windows includes a number of straight forward options for removing programs. If a software program or games is no longer being used or played or additional space is required it may be necessary to uninstall or remove it from your computer.
Periodic checking of installed programs on your personal computer and cleaning unwanted software is a good habit in view of your computer’s healthiness. Sometimes even you do not realize the software installed accidentally on your computer while surfing on internet. These installed software may cause your computer go slow-down and sometimes may damage your hard-disk if they contain viruses.

Here is an idea how to check installed unwanted software and uninstall or remove them from your computer.

1.  Go to Start > and click on > Control Panel as shown below,

Uninstall unwanted software from your PC

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2.  In next pop-up window click on the folder named Programs and Features as shown below,

Uninstall software from your computer
3.  Now the list of all installed programs on your computer will be shown as below,

How to remove software from your PC

Right click on any program within the list you would like to remove and then click on Uninstall/Change. The selected software will be uninstalled/removed from your computer with its all associated files permanently as shown below,

How to uninstall software from your computer

To take effect of uninstall it is recommended to  re-start your computer.


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