How to Completely Remove All Traces of RegCure From a Computer

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How to Completely Remove All Traces of RegCure From a Computer
RegCure is a registry cleaner program. (computer frame image by David G from Fotolia.com)

RegCure is a registry cleaner program that enables you to repair registry errors related to missing DLL files and ActiveX applications. However, if you are not using RegCure, uninstall it from your computer and remove all traces of the program. This frees up system resources such as RAM (Random Access Memory) and hard disk space on your computer.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Click the Windows "Start" menu and select "All Programs" or "Programs." Scroll up and select the "RegCure" folder. Click "Uninstall RegCure." When prompted, click "Yes" to confirm and remove the application from your computer.

  2. 2

    Alternatively, click the Windows "Start" menu and open the "Control Panel." Double-click "Add or Remove Programs" (Windows XP). You will now see the installed programs list. If you are using Windows Vista or 7, click "Programs" and click "Program and Features." You will see the installed programs list.

  3. 3

    Scroll through the list of installed programs and click the "RegCure" entry. Click "Remove" (Windows XP) or "Uninstall" (Windows Vista and 7). Click "Yes" to confirm and remove the application from your computer.

  4. 4

    Delete the RegCure set-up folder to removal all instances of the program. To do so, launch Windows Explorer by clicking "My Computer" (Windows XP) or "Start Search" (Windows Vista and 7). Double-click the "C:" drive and double-click the "Program Files" folder.

  5. 5

    Locate the RegCure folder located in the "Program Files" folder and right-click it. Click "Delete" to remove the folder. Empty the recycle bin.

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