How To Uninstall PC Optimizer Pro?

on November 29th, 2011 | 5 Comments

Find it a hard to uninstall PC Optimzer or remove DxO Optics Pro? Many users complaint that they fail to uninstall PC Optimzer with standard Windows Add/Remove Programs as they can’t find this toolbar on it. Well, the reason why they cannot uninstall it with Add/Remove Programs is because they have no correct tutorials. Thus, this article will propose correct tutorials with which you can keep on to get rid of that trouble.

How to uninstall PC Optimzer?

  1. Close your IE or MSN so that you can conduct a successful, full uninstall.
  2. Terminate associated processes. Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open Task Manager and then terminate all processes related to PC Optimzer.
  3. On the Control Panels, click Add/Remove Programs.
  4. Move your mouse to locate to PC Optimzer.
  5. Click it and then Add/Remove Programs.
  6. Highlight PC Optimzer and click “Yes”.
  7. Restart your IE.

Unfortunately, you will find it doesn’t work as some related registry entries still exist on your computer. In this case, you have to do nothing but to remove PC Optimzer related registry entries by manual.

How to remove PC Optimzer related registry entries?

  1. Click Run on the Start Menu.
  2. Type “regedit” to activate Registry Editor.
  3. Under the folder, find out all related entries or values and delete them once for all.

You may feel that step to remove its entries is easy. But in fact, it requires you are a careful person. But if you are not familiar with computer, you can try to use an automatic but professional uninstall tool. Uninstall tool such as Perfect Uninstaller can be your best choice to fully uninstall PC Optimzer while cleaning up all its entries for good.

Tired of uninstalling PC Optimzer? Try these two ways above and you can truly get rid of PC Optimzer with Perfect Uninstaller!

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5 Responses to How To Uninstall PC Optimizer Pro?

  1. wayne cyrus -  November 29, 2011 at 1:21 pm

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  2. nedia cole -  November 29, 2011 at 6:07 pm

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  3. belinda baker -  November 29, 2011 at 10:39 pm

    Thanks this made for interesting reading on PC Optimzer. I really like your word press theme, I frequently come back here and I don’t know why. I just really like your website lol.

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  4. lopezt anya -  November 30, 2011 at 5:25 am

    This really is definitely one with the very best blogs I’ve seen in ages on the internet. Continue to keep up the fantastic posts on PC Optimzer.

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  5. shelly milian -  November 30, 2011 at 10:53 am

    Went from Firefox 2.o to 3.0 and now all kinds of problems! It will not let me open certain web pages, tried to dump dns cache, will not let (it is running), windows firewall is set to allow Mozilla, ran Malware, AVS 8.0, adware, spybot…no viruses, ran Sincuna file/patch updated drivers, etc, all up to date, when I go to my bookmarks and say click on Google, it comes back with http;/ 1.1 404 error. I have ran dial a fix, winsock, pc optimzer, ccleaner, uninstalled Firefox and re-nstalled several times, still same problem…have checked ttp’s and done every thing else but burp it! Can you fix this?

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