When you no longer want the peer-to-peer file sharing capabilities provided by BitLord, you can uninstall the program to free up more space on your hard drive. You may also wish to do so for security, as P2P sharing can make your computer more susceptible to spyware, adware and viruses. If you deleted the directory but still see the program, you'll need to reinstall it before you can fully remove it from your computer. You can remove it from your desktop menu or the control panel.
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Open the "Start" menu on your desktop.
Hover your mouse over "All Programs" and locate BitLord in the menu.
Hover your mouse over the BitLord entry to view its options and click "Uninstall."
Click "Yes" when prompted to confirm that you want to remove the program completely.
Click "Next" to continue the BitLord Uninstall Wizard.
Click "Finish" to close the BitLord Uninstall Wizard and press "OK" on the window that tells you the program was successfully removed. Restart your computer.
Remove BitLord From Menu
Open the "Start" menu on your desktop and click on "Control Panel."
Open the "Programs and Features" option.
Locate BitLord in the list of programs and click to highlight it.
Click the "Uninstall" button above the list of programs.
Follow the prompts in the installation wizard and then restart your computer.
Removal From Control Panel
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