Syncrosoft EMU is a type of computer program called an "emulator"--it lets your computer use software designed for other types of computers. You may need to uninstall this program if you have no further use for it or if you need to free up space on your hard drive. Removing the Syncrosoft EMU computer software involves using a native Windows utility designed for this purpose. In previous versions of Windows (from 95 through XP) the program was called "Add or Remove Programs." In the Windows Vista operating system through the Windows 7 operating system, this native utility has taken a new name: Programs and Features.
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Click "Control Panel."
Click "Programs and Features."
Locate the listing for "Syncrosoft EMU" in the "Programs and Features" window. By default, all of the programs in this window are listed alphabetically in descending order. When you locate the listing, right-click it and select "Uninstall" to remove the Syncrosoft EMU software from your computer.
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