How to remove registry reviver

Updated April 17, 2017

Registry Reviver is a computer-cleaning program by ReviverSoft designed for Windows XP, Vista and 7 operating systems. It finds and removes old or corrupt registry entries and was developed for beginning Windows users. Your computer's registry contains information on all of the installed programs. When you install and remove software over time, some of the registry keys remain even after you delete programs and consequently slow down your PC. In addition, spyware and virus registry entries might never go away unless you use a registry-cleaning program. Registry Reviver is easy to uninstall with just a few mouse clicks.

Click the "Start" menu on the left side of the taskbar, and then select "Control Panel" from the list of options.

Click "Uninstall a program" link under "Programs" on the bottom of the "Control Panel" window. This takes you to the "Uninstall or Change a Program" window. Double-click the "Programs and Features" icon if you are using the "Classic View."

Scroll down the list of programs installed on your computer, and then click "Registry Reviver."

Click the "Uninstall" button on top of the "Uninstall or change a program" window to start the uninstall wizard.

Click "Uninstall" in the wizard's window to start the automatic uninstallation process, which shouldn't take more than five minutes.

Restart your computer when prompted by clicking the "Restart" button in the pop-up window that appears.

Click the "Start" menu after your computer restarts. Type "ReviverSoft" in the "Search programs and files" box under "All Programs," and then press "Enter" on your keyboard. Click the "ReviverSoft" folder. Press "Delete" on your keyboard, and click "Delete" in the pop-up window to confirm Registry Reviver's permanent removal.


If you can't find "Registry Reviver" in the list of installed programs, click the "Start" menu again, select "All Programs" using your mouse, click "ReviverSoft" folder in the list of programs and then click "Uninstall Registry Reviver" to start the automatic uninstall.

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Writing out of Los Angeles, Tim Mammadov has been a professional writer since 2010. The majority of his articles are related to computer troubleshooting and spyware protection. Mammadov graduated from the University of Maryland, majoring in finance.