How to Uninstall Uniblue Registry Booster

Uniblue Registry Booster is a computer tune-up and maintenance application that cleans and repairs the system registry. Uninstalling programs and changing computer settings leaves the system registry with obsolete, corrupt or missing keys and values, which over time can slow down your computer. You can clean the registry yourself if you are an advanced user, but without knowing exactly which entries to remove, you risk damaging or disabling your computer system. The Uniblue Registry Booster provides an automatic solution to the problem. However, if you decided to uninstall the program, you will have to stop it from running in the background and then use the "Add/Remove Programs" feature of Windows operating system.

Instructions

    • 1

      Close all Uniblue Registry Booster's windows, if open. Stop the software from running in the background by right-clicking the application's icon in the system tray (right-bottom corner of the desktop) and selecting "Exit Registry Booster."

    • 2

      Go to the "Start" menu and click "Control Panel."

    • 3

      Double-click the "Add/Remove Programs" icon. (In Windows Vista and 7, you have to click the "Uninstall a Program" link under "Programs.")

    • 4

      Scroll down the list, click "Uniblue Registry Booster," and then click the "Remove" button. (In Windows Vista and 7, you have to click the "Uninstall" button.)

    • 5

      Follow the prompts to uninstall Uniblue Registry Booster from your computer and then restart your PC.

Tips & Warnings

  • If you are unable to exit Uniblue Registry Booster initially, press "Ctrl," "Shift" and "Esc" at the same time to launch the Windows Task Manager, click the "Processes" tab, select "registrybooster.exe" and click the "End Process" button to stop the software from running in the background.
  • It's always a good idea to clean up the system registry after uninstalling a program to delete all traces of that program. Although manual removal of registry entries is quite dangerous for an inexperienced user, you can use registry cleaning software that will do this automatically without harming your computer (see Resources for a free registry cleaning application download).
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