“All right, I am getting a trouble to uninstall Style Jukebox app on my pc now. I like listen to music, and it was one of my favorite app before, but now I don’t like it updates into a version, so I want to uninstall it from my pc and my phone. I tried many ways to get rid of it from my computer, but it is hard to unload and like a rogue stay in my computer. I don’t know what should I do? Please help…”


Do you want to uninstall Style Jukebox? Here is detailed information:

Style Jukebox is a cloud-based service that enables you to enjoy your music collection wherever you may be. Available for Windows and Windows Phone, as well as competitor platforms, they have followed the development of Style Jukebox since the original version of the Windows Phone app was released some time ago. But it has been majorly updated with a new look and premium account support. But maybe you don’t adapt to its new appearance. Screaming Modern UI and it were required for you to use the Windows client to create an account. It is a deal breaker, and something to consider if you’ve not got access to a computer temporarily. If you used Style Jukebox you should know it is not all free to use. But their team has unveiled a premium account option for that hardcore music lover who requires 400TB drives for their collections to be stored. With the free account, you get a generous 1,000 song limit, but what if you require more? This is where premium comes into play.

No matter how the service is good or bad, now it is what thing you unneeded, and it is taking a lot of your memory space, so you should remove it completely.

Manually guide to uninstall Style Jukebox

Step 1: Press the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys at the same time, and then click Star Task Manager. One-click “Processes” tab on top, then find relevant process and click “end process”.

Windows Task Manager

Step 2: Double-click “my computer”, then click “Organize button”. Click folder and search options. Click “View” button. And choose Show hidden files, folders and drives .then click “OK”.


Step 3: Click “Start” button, then click “Control Panel”. Click “Uninstall a program” (on the Programs section), select the suspicious program and uninstall it.

Step 4: Press windows key and R key at the same time, enter “regedit” and run it, under the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\ShellExecuteHooks, delete the files in addition to {XXXX} files.


You shouldd know that deleting the wrong registry keys may lead to other errors or complete system failure. we can uninstall programs directly from Add/Remove Programs or with their own uninstallers. But sometimes, we may be lucky to uninstall them there, but not all because there must be some leftovers left down in the drives or registry. Sometimes, the problem can be solved by simply removing/modifying the registry. But some needs to do a full restore of the computer in order to bring back the computer.

Warm prompt: Fix this problem need professional knowledge of computers. If you don’t want to waste time playing trial and error with every possible solution for it, welcome to contact our PC security team

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on October 27, 2016 3:15 pm

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