Some software when installed on the computer still installs normally, but when you want to remove them, you find out they are not displayed on the Add or Remove Programs function available on Windows. There is no need to install additional software, you can still remove them by below.
Poorly designed software is often not easy for you to arbitrarily uninstall them. Typically, if the installation of these applications does not appear in the Add or Remove Programs function of Windows, you immediately think about using uninstall software such as CCleaner or Revo Uninstaller.
However, you can do this job right in Windows without having to install any additional software on the computer, avoiding the case that you want to remove those utilities again, remove the software by directly affecting the Windows Registry.
Uninstall an application using the Registry
Step 1: Click Start Menu –> type the keyword “ Registry” in the Search Programs and Files section.
Step 2: The Registry Editor window opens, click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE –>Software –> Microsoft –> Windows — > CurrentVersion –> Uninstall
Step 3: Expand the Unistall branch and find the settings of the program that you are trying to remove. The name of the program will be displayed in the DisplayName item in the right window of the screen.
Double-click on the UnistallString entry and copy the path in the Value Data field:
Step 4: Open a Command Prompt window (follow lesson 6 how to start Command Prompt on Windows 7), Paste the link just copied in step 3 and press Enter to start the uninstall process.
Do the same for the software you want to uninstall. If you feel that implementing Windows-based Registry functions is too troublesome, you can replace it with software