How to Uninstall Uniblue Registry

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How to Uninstall Uniblue Registry
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Uniblue RegistryBooster is a software program designed to clean out errors and old entries from the Windows registry that may cause errors and crashes in a computer system. According to Uniblue, RegistryBooster can optimise performance and speed up start-up and shutdown process. The user can uninstall the program after it has completed its task to clear up disk space or ensure proper installation for a newer version of the software. The removal process can be completed in a few steps by computer users with a basic level of computer knowledge.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Press "Ctrl," "Alt" and "Delete" to open the task manager utility. Click the "Processes" tab, and click on the "registrybooster.exe" file name. Click the "End Process" button to stop the Uniblue registry processes.

  2. 2

    Click "Start," and choose the "Control Panel" option. For Vista and Windows 7 users, click "Programs," and choose the "Programs and Features" option. For XP and other versions, double-click on the "Add or Remove Programs" icon.

  3. 3

    Locate the "Uniblue RegistryBooster" entry in the list of installed programs, and click on the file name to select it. For Vista and Windows 7, click on the "Uninstall" button at the top of the list to open the "Uninstaller Wizard." For XP, click on the "Change/Remove" button. Enter in the login credentials for an administrator account if prompted.

  4. 4

    Follow the prompts in the Uninstaller Wizard to complete the uninstall of Uniblue RegistryBooster. Once the process is complete, restart the computer to save any changes to the configuration and settings. When the computer starts back up, Uniblue RegistryBooster should not appear in the "All Programs" list.

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