How to Uninstall Panda Free Antivirus (Panda Dome)?

Can’t uninstall Panda Free Antivirus from your PC in any ways? How to manually remove left-overs of Panda Free Antivirus? Most people decide to remove Panda from their PC because of two reasons: they need to reinstall it from scratch or to install another antivirus product. However, the standard uninstallation from add/remove program in control panel always leaves leftover files in the computers which could cause serious PC problems. To uninstall Panda Free Antivirus completely, you still need to clear out all the remnants of the old installation. If you don’t know where to start, then this article is written for you. Follow the instructions below to get rid of Panda Dome now.

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Published by Michael Myn on November 21, 2019 6:38 am and last modified on November 20, 2019 6:39 am.

How to Remove Xtron System Care Permanently?

Does Xtron System Care keep popping up on your screen and stop you from doing anything? How to remove Xtron System Care from your system when it won’t uninstall? Xtron System Care is a FAKE antivirus program that misleads users into believing there are malicious threats or fatal errors found on their computer, and then it extorts money from those innocent users by luring them into paying a fix for the ‘threats and errors’ supposedly detected. In fact, Xtron System Care provides limited or no security and it only generates erroneous or misleading alerts. If Xtron System Care suddenly appeared on your system scanning your computer for viruses and spyware without your knowledge, you should ignore the messages and take action to uninstall it from the system as quickly as possible. Follow the instruction below to uninstall Xtron System Care and remove all traces of this program from your Windows computer. 

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Published by Michael Myn on November 19, 2019 3:12 am and last modified on November 18, 2019 8:35 am.

How to Uninstall Dropbox from Windows 10?

Can’t uninstall Dropbox from Windows PC? Why Dropbox failed to uninstall? I have been trying to uninstall Dropbox from my laptop, it’s a Dell with Windows 10 Pro. When I tried to Add/Remove Programs section of the Control Panel to uninstall it, it said please wait while Dropbox is being installed. There was a progress bar below but it stuck at a half complete and didn’t move on anymore. I still can find Dropbox shows up in my file explorer. Can anyone tell me how to fix this? How do I uninstall Dropbox and delete all its traces from my Windows 10 computer?

What is Dropbox?

Dropbox is an easy-to-use and low-cost cloud storage platform operated by the American company Dropbox, Inc. It is headquartered in San Francisco, California. Dropbox currently has more than 500 million users worldwide and it is transforming the way people work together, from the smallest business to the largest enterprise. Storing your files in the cloud has many advantages. It lets you organize and tackle your work efficiently. With Dropbox you can easily synchronize contents between several different computers and even mobile devices. That means, you can view your files from any phone, tablet or computer that is connected to the Internet. There is no size limit on files you upload to Dropbox, but it may take serveal hours if you want to upload larger files. Besides, Dropbox lets you quickly transfer large files to anyone, without worrying about space or access. This application is availble for Mac, Windows and Linux, and the iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Kindle Fire mobile devices. It gets a lot of praise for its simple and elegant design. Dropbox is free to use if you sign up for a Basic account on its website. However, it only comes with 2GB of storage. But you can earn 500MB for each friend you refer to Dropbox who actually signs up for the service, up to 16GB total, or 32 referrals. On security front, Dropbox cloud uses AES-256 encryption to make sure data transferred using the service are protected so that users can rest assured their files are safe and secure always. If you’re ready to take the plunge into storing your files, photos and more in the cloud, Dropbox is the way to go that provides a fast, efficient way to store and share files from nearly any location.

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Published by Michael Myn on November 13, 2019 9:06 am

How to Uninstall Clean Master Completely?

Hi there. I have a Windows 10 PC but it runs extremely slow, so I was looking for a PC optimizer to make it faster. I have to admit that I must have clicked on something bad and that’s why the Clean Master thing installed on my PC. I’m not sure if the program is safe but it doesn’t seem to help boost my PC performance, so I decide to get rid of it. When I tried to uninstall Clean Master, the uninstall hung with the progress bar showing about 60% complete. I’ve tried 3 times and it did the same thing. Any suggestions? How do I uninstall Clean Master completely? Is there a cleanup utility that will work to remove all traces of Clean Master permanently?

What’s Clean Master?

Clean Master is an optimization tool that can be used on both Windows and Android devices. It belongs to a Chinese company called Cheetah Mobile Inc. Clean Master was originally released on Android, then it launched the Windows PC version. When it works on Android, its goal is to clear your device, boost performance, save battery power and extend battery life as well as keep you safe from viruses. Likewise, once it is running on Windows PC, it optimizes Windows system by cleaning residual system junk files, invalid registry entries, and it also helps stop unnecessary startup programs at boot up, speed up boot time, and intelligently optimize network settings. Clean Master is quick and easy to use, with an intuitive user interface. With Clean Master on Windows PC, you will get a set of utilities and tools to assist you to speed up and boost the computer performance. You can clean everything with one click or just those categories you want to clean, like your Web cache or Social software junk. Clean Master for Windows PC even can issue Reminders when junk files accumulate past thresholds you can configure in the Notify settings. Android user can also take advantage of Clean Master App to kill running Tasks and release more RAM to boost their phone performance and save battery life without granting superuser permission. Clean Master is free to download on both Windows and Android, but Clean Master for PC offers a Professional Edition which is priced at $15.90 for 3 months/$29.99/year/$49.99 for 2 years. It lets you enjoy more features like driver booster, auto update, file recovery and file shredder etc.

Is it Safe? Should I Keep Clean Master?

There has never been any evidence Cheetah Mobile, or the Clean Master app, is a security risk. Clean Master comes with a large and engaged user base, therefore it is safe to use. When you install this program, it clearly lists terms of service and no other software is bundled. Clean Master offers a 30-day refund policy so that you don’t take any risk. If your PC takes ages to perform a simple task or you want to clean up your phone to boost performance, it would be a good choice to keep it on your device.

However, to provide better performance, battery saving options, anti-virus functionality, the Clean Master app needs to keep running in the background so that it can provide all the features that it claims. That means it needs some good amount of RAM for itself, so you may notice slowness. And some users complain about the irritation of the ads while having Clean Master installed on their device. They even experience Clean Master is not responding occasionally. All these could be the reasons that one doesn’t want to keep Clean Master anymore. Uninstalling Clean Master from Android is easy. Go to Settings -> Applications (Apps), then scroll down the list until you find the Clean Master. Tap Clean Master and select Uninstall and that’s all. But, if you decide to get rid of Clean Master from your Windows PC, the uninstallation procedure will be more complicated. You should not just uninstall Clean Master itself in Add/Remove Programs section of the Control Panel, or in the program’s menu listing because this procedure through the windows install/uninstall will only remove the original files. It will leave the files which are created after the installation such as data, email, configurations, etc. Instead, do the following to clear all traces of it.

Uninstall Clean Master Manually on Windows 10 (For Advanced Users)

Method 1: Removal from Start Menu

Windows 10 added an option to uninstall apps with a right-click in the Start menu, so you can uninstall Clean Master directly from there. To do this, go to Start > All apps and find the Clean Master. Right-click on it and then click Uninstall from the drop-down menu that appears. If you can’t find Clean Master in the Start menu, or it won’t let you uninstall, you can try other methods listed below.

Method 2: Removal from The Settings Menu

In some cases, you cannot find an app or program that you want to uninstall in the Start menu. So, you can try this way to remove it from the Settings Menu.

Here’s what you need to do:

1. Open the Settings menu by pressing the Start icon and then the gear in the left.

2. Choose System and then click Apps & features. This will open a list of all your applications. Go through the list, and then highlight Clean Master and Click Uninstall to start the removal process.

Method 3: Removal through the Add/Remove Programs Control Panel

Most people commonly use the Control Panel | Add/Remove software to remove the application. Thankfully, Control Panel option is still available in the latest edition of Windows 10. Please note that you can only uninstall the desktop programs from here, but not apps. Do the following:

1. Right-click on the Start button (Windows logo button at the bottom-left corner of the desktop) and then click Control Panel to open it.

2. Go to Programs and Features (or go to Uninstall a Program if your Control Panel is in the category view).

3. Right-click Clean Master and select Uninstall.

You’ll see a pop-up window asking if you’re sure you want to uninstall this program, click Yes and click through the uninstall wizard, if applicable. After it is done, it will prompt the users to Reboot their computer to take effect.

(IMPORTANT) One More Step – To Manually Delete Clean Master Leftovers:

Using the Windows feature to uninstall Clean Master makes use of the program’s own uninstaller which is incapable of removing all of its components. It may leave some files behind or registry entries even after uninstalling it. So, you have to manually remove Clean Master and all its traces:

1. Windows has a “secret” folder called “ProgramData”, mostly designed to store some data or configuration files for your programs, and sometimes entire programs. So, you can click on the Start menu and type in %programdata%  into the search bar, after that hit Enter key on the keyboard to open the folder. Look for the Folder belonging to Clean Master and delete it.

2. Next, you have to delete Clean Master entries from Windows registry.

Press Windows + R, and type in regedit in RUN box, then press Enter. It’ll open Registry Editor.

Now navigate to the following registry key and expand it:

  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\

If these branches have registry entries that are responsible for Clean Master, delete them. To do this, right-click on the desired file and click Delete.


The manual guide is for advanced users only. Make sure to back up before deleting anything from Windows Registry so that you can restore it later if something goes wrong. With the manual instruction, all leftovers related to Clean Master like its folders, temp files, icons, registry entries and more will be deleted for good. What if you are not experienced at handling the Windows Registry? Don’t worry, you still can rely on a reliable third-party uninstaller to complete Clean Master removal with just a few clicks.

Uninstallor is a dedicated software uninstaller that available for Windows and Mac. Compared to other uninstallers, it’s lightweight and faster. It lets you uninstall unwanted programs at once without leaving any residual files and registry entries. It even can be used to remove toolbars and plugins (including ones you didn’t realize had been installed) and get rid of bloatware. If you’re having trouble with a tricky program that just won’t uninstall, or you suspect Clean Master is not deleted entirely, Uninstallor is the tool for you.

Uninstall Clean Master Automatically with Uninstallor (RECOMMENDED)

Method 4: Uninstall Clean Master Using Uninstallor

Here’s how it works:

1. Download & Install Uninstallor.

Uninstallor is quite lightweight and the installation is straightforward. The only option you have is to let you create a program shortcut to the desktop.

2. Analyze.

When Uninstallor is started, its main window fills with the programs installed on your computer. Select Clean Master and click on Analyze Now button, then it will scan all the files and registry associated with Clean Master automatically and show you on the window.

3. Uninstall.

To delete all Clean Master’s leftovers, just click on “Uninstall Now” button and next you need to click on “Yes” to confirm the removal.

4. Remove.

Click Remove to clear all the components for Clean Master, you’ll see the message telling you how many items of Clean Master have been deleted and cleaned up. Roboot your computer to take effect.


In some cases Clean Master for PC might not be listed in Control Panel so you are unable to get rid of it. Or it pops up error messages to prevent the unintallation. Therefore, to remove it, you need to remove all its files and registry entries manually. However, this is a complicated procedure, so it might be better that you use a third-party uninstaller. Uninstallor will be a perfect software uninstallation tool that provides an easy and secure way to thoroughly get rid of Clean Master. It works for Windows and Mac. Uninstallor is well-designed and easy to navigate, so be sure to try it out. You will be surprised that Clean Master is removed in less than 1 minute with Uninstallor. For any further questions in uninstalling Clean Master, you are welcome to contact us and let us know.

Published by Matt Johnston on November 12, 2019 8:58 am and last modified on November 13, 2019 9:03 am.

How to Uninstall F-Secure SAFE Completely?

Can’t uninstall F-Secure SAFE from your PC in any ways? How do you remove F-Secure SAFE safely and thoroughly? These days many people faced the problem of uninstalling F-Secure SAFE from their system completely. Some said they can’t find F-Secure SAFE on the remove/uninstall list in Control Panel while some others found the program has gone bad and refused to uninstall by giving unexpected errors. Given this situation, we have listed the most effective method on how to remove F-Secure SAFE and its traces completely. If you are also having problems in uninstall F-Secure SAFE or you still find its trace after the program is gone, this article might help you in solving the problem.

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Published by Michael Myn on November 8, 2019 3:57 am and last modified on November 14, 2019 2:04 am.

How to Uninstall Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Completely on Windows 10?

“Hi. I need to get Adobe Acrobat Reader DC completely off my Windows 10 computer. Earlier this morning, I tried to uninstall Acrobat Reader DC from Programs & Features window, and it came up with a “preparing to remove” message staying there for up to 15 minutes, but finally Acrobat Reader DC was gone from the list. And now I have problem in re-installing the program. It runs through the download and about 70% through the installation, I receive a message telling that I have a more up to date version installed on my computer and then the installation cuts off. I guess Acrobat Reader DC didn’t uninstall from my computer completely. How do I manually delete its trace?”

If you suspect Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is not removed completely or Windows refuses you to uninstall this program, then this post will help you easily and effectively get rid of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC in a couple of minutes.

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Published by Michael Myn on November 6, 2019 1:56 am and last modified on November 14, 2019 2:03 am.

How to Uninstall MediaMonkey Completely?

“I’ve had MediaMonkey installed on my PC for months now and was getting along with it quite nicely. But today I launched MediaMonkey and I was greeted with an error message saying something about Error executing SQL. I don’t know what that exactly means. Now I am wondering if reinstall MediaMonkey helps to fix the issue, and if it does help, how do I uninstall MediaMonkey from my Windows 10 PC completely?”

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Published by Michael Myn on October 31, 2019 8:40 am and last modified on November 14, 2019 2:02 am.

How to Uninstall SUPERAntiSpyware and Delete All Traces Completely?

Trying to uninstall SUPERAntiSpyware from Programs & Features but with no luck? Why is it so hard to uninstall this program? How to remove SUPERAntiSpyware and all its traces completely? SUPERAntiSpyware is a lightweight security product designed to protect your computer from cyber threats like spyware, adware, keyloggers, trojans, ransomware, PUPs, and more. Since the program offers a free edition and a free trial for the pro edition, many people are willing to download it and test if it is good. However, some of them may still prefer another better antivirus. This prompts them to uninstall the SUPERAntiSpyware from their system. If you are one of those people who don’t need SUPERAntiSpyware anymore, please follow the instructions below to perform a clean uninstallation by deleting all residual files by SUPERAntiSpyware. The guide is also helpful when you’re having trouble uninstalling SUPERAntiSpyware from the Start menu or from Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel.
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Published by Michael Myn on October 29, 2019 12:43 pm and last modified on November 14, 2019 2:00 am.

How to Uninstall ESET Security When It Won’t Uninstall from Control Panel?

How do you uninstall ESET Security and remove its leftovers on Windows? Most people uninstall ESET product using the most straightforward solution – the Control Panel’s Programs and Features. And that’s a good point since for most cases it works. But, what to do if the ESET Security won’t uninstall from there, or it even does not show on the program list? Uninstalling ESET doesn’t always go as planned. In the Windows 10 control panel for app removal, you may see the “Uninstall” option are greyed out when selecting ESET Security. In this situation, you’ll have to use alternative methods. Here we will show you the most effective method on how to remove ESET Security and its traces completely.

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Published by Michael Myn on October 24, 2019 12:50 pm and last modified on November 14, 2019 1:58 am.

How to Uninstall VMware Player That Won’t Uninstall In Windows 10?

How do you remove VMware Player that won’t uninstall on a PC? Is there a quick way to uninstall VMware Player and properly remove its leftover files, folders, registry files and other junk? You are probably on this post because you can’t uninstall VMware Player from your PC. In the windows 10 control panel for app removal, you may find the “Modify” and “Uninstall” are greyed out when selecting Vmware and there is no “uninstall.exe” file in the VMware Player installation folder. This is a big issue for people who don’t want VMware Player on their computers. Are you looking for the right way to uninstall VMWare Player? In this post, we’ll show you the most comprehensive and effective removal steps to help you fully uninstall VMware Player and all traces of this program.

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Published by Michael Myn on October 15, 2019 4:11 am and last modified on October 30, 2019 8:07 am.


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