The National Instruments program Multisim displays teaching aids for electrical circuit problem solving. Used at home for education purposes by students or in laboratories by scientists and engineers, Multisim allows simulation of just about any electrical circuit you can think of. Multisim occupies space on a computer's hard drive like any installed program, so removing an unused copy saves space. If you are reinstalling Multisim, the malfunctioning copy must first be removed. Using the programs and features option programs may be uninstalled from a PC easily.
Click the "Start" button on the Windows 7 desktop. Click "Control Panel" to reveal the control panel options window.
Click "Programs" in the control panel window followed by "Programs and Features." A list comes into view detailing all of the programs installed on the computer.
Click on "Multisim" in the alphabetical list and the press the "Uninstall" button that appears. Windows will remove Multisim from the PC.
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