Adobe Photoshop CS5 Won’t Uninstall – How Can I Remove Adobe Photoshop CS5?

on December 28th, 2011 | 2 Comments

Which Adobe program should be uninstalled or installed? Adobe Photoshop CS5 software redefines digital imaging with powerful new photography tools and breakthrough capabilities for Complex image selections, realistic painting, and intelligent retouching. With Adobe Photoshop CS5, you will be able to create powerful images with the professional standard while enjoying cross-platform 64-bit support and a wide range of workflow enhancements.

Adobe Photoshop CS5 common removal

  1. Quit all running processes by opening Task Manager or directly boot your computer into safe mode.
  2. Then click on Start, and then Settings, Control Panel; double click on “Add/Remove Programs” (XP) or Programs & features (vista or Win7).
  3. Find Adobe Photoshop CS5 in the list and then click on “Change or Remove”.
  4. Follow the on-screen steps to finish the Adobe Photoshop CS5 removal.

To completely remove Adobe Photoshop CS5, you should further remove its registry entries in the following steps:

  1. Click Start on desktop – click run
  2. Type in regedit and press enter to run Register Editor
  3. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SOFTWARE and find out Adobe Photoshop CS5 folder
  4. Delete the related folder and close Registry Editor

With the Add/Remove Programs feature, most users would uninstall Adobe Photoshop CS5 successfully. However, even a tiny mistake will make this simple removal become a disaster. It may involve editing the actual Windows registry. Moreover, the removal may mess up with other program on the computer and may causing crash. Therefore, users are highly recommended to download reliable uninstall tool like Perfect Uninstaller to either remove Adobe Photoshop CS5 or uninstall Adobe Photoshop CS4.

Why you should use a Perfect Uninstaller?

  1. A reliable and powerful uninstall tool will do three things below:
  2. Remove the Adobe Photoshop CS5 faster than standard means offered by Windows.
  3. Scan your hard drives to find out any related files of Adobe Photoshop CS5and delete these files.
  4. Scan your registry to find out any related files of Adobe and delete these files.
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2 Responses to Adobe Photoshop CS5 Won’t Uninstall – How Can I Remove Adobe Photoshop CS5?

  1. john winslet -  December 29, 2011 at 11:43 am

    Adobe Photoshop CS uinstall Problem? I have adobe photoshop CS installed. It was working fine until yesterday. I created some file (a text withe some effects) and saved it in the the photoshop format. When i opened it – it did not open. The photoshop would load the plugins and fonts,etc… and then it would not respond.
    I deleted the file and then opened photoshop but still the same problem.
    Then i uninstalled photoshop from the add-remove, restarted my pc and installed it again BUT stil lthe same problem.
    It will load uptil the plugins,fonts, etc…..But it will not open photoshop – “Not Responding”.

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  2. Tom George -  January 6, 2012 at 12:13 am

    Dear Sir, Recently whilst trying to update drivers, I somehow downloaded ‘iLivid’ which seems to have fowled up the computer.The computer will now not download anything.
    I have tried many ways of uninstalling this site with the aid of Google but to no avail. When trying to uninstall the site from Programs and Features, a notice comes up stating the iLivid is still downloading! When opening the Task Manager under Services, the site doesn’t appear.
    I have been trying to rid myself of this site for some days now, so any assistance will be greatly appreciated.
    Kind regards, Tom George

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