Fully Uninstall PCSupportBar with Three Simple Steps
PCSupportBar is a Windows software application developed by TweakBit. While you enjoy the benefits of PCSupportBar, you may have no idea about how to uninstall PCSupportBar completely. For some of you, the routine solution to uninstall PCSupportBar may not work so effectively, because in most cases, default uninstall won’t help you remove the registry entries, files or folders connecting to PCSupportBar, and it seems to be a tricky task for the uninitiated users to locate and remove these residuals. When you encounter any possible problems in uninstalling PCSupportBar, you are suggested to download a professional uninstall utility here and complete PCSupportBar uninstall with a wet finger.
Three Steps to fully uninstall PCSupportBar:
1. Select PCSupportBar program
> terminate all the background processes connected with PCSupportBar
> launch Max Uninstaller by double clicking its icon in the desktop
> select PCSupportBar in the list of installed programs
> click the Run Analysis button to proceed.
2. Scan for PCSupportBar components
>review PCSupportBar files and registry entries and keep every box ticked
> click the Complete Uninstall button to perform PCSupportBar default uninstall (during this process, continually click Yes, Uninstall PCSupportBar and Finish in the pop-up dialog boxes)
> click Scan Leftovers button to enter the last step.
3. Perform complete uninstall
> review the PCSupportBar leftovers and Click Delete Leftovers button > click Yes in the dialogue box
> click Yes in the pop-up windows, and then all PCSupportBar leftovers are completely removed from your computer.
With Max Uninstaller you can get rid of PCSupportBar thoroughly and quickly. In additional to this recommended uninstall solution, you can also try to launch Windows default uninstall and manually remove PCSupportBar’s leftovers.
How to manually uninstall PCSupportBar from your PC:
1. Reboot your computer into Safe Mode
Before uninstalling PCSupportBar, you should restart your computer to boot into Safe Mode and use the Administrator account to run the system.
- open the Run dialogue by pressing the Windows + R keys > type “msconfig” and click on OK
- click the Boot tab in the System Configuration interface > check the “Safe boot” box > click on Apply> restart your computer.
Notice: after the PCSupportBar removal is completed, you should first uncheck the “Safe boot” box in this tab and then reboot your PC).
2. Shut down PCSupportBar in Task Manager
- click Ctrl + Alt + Del to activate Task Manager> select all the related background processes in the Processes tab> click End Task to terminate them.
3. Remove PCSupportBar in Control Panel
- move your mouse cursor to the lower-right corner to open Control Panel from Settings > click on Programs
- right click the PCSupportBar, click on Uninstall/Change and then follow the prompts to remove it
4. Remove PCSupportBar leftovers completely
1). Registry entries
After uninstalling PCSupportBar, you can search the directory for the application and delete all the files in the directory.
(Right) click on the Start icon > click on Search > type “regedit” in the box and press Enter key to activate Windows Registry Editor. Unfold:
to see if there is any folder for the application PCSupportBar.
Warning: Since the registry is a database that stores important system information, any incorrect modification in the registry keys or values may cause serious problems that require you to reinstall Windows. Before editing the Windows registry, you are supposed to make a backup copy of the registry files. Or if you feel intractable to accomplish this part, you can utilize Max Uninstaller to sweep away all PCSupportBar leftover registry entries, files and folders, which will definitely save your time and ensure a safe uninstall process.
How to back up registry: click File and then Export in the registry editor menu > choose the desired directory to save the back up in > type in the desire name for backup file and click Save > close the registry by choosing File/Exit.
How to restore: click File and then Import in registry editor > select the location where you saved the backup copy to > select the backup file and then click Open.
2). Files or folders:
Navigate to C:\Program Files\TweakBit\PCSupportBar
> right click this folder and click Delete.
When these steps are done, restart your computer.
It should be noticed that, the TweakBit PCSupportBar uninstall may not be completed manually due to various reasons such as different operating systems or your mis-operation, and most users are unable to get rid of its residual files and folders totally. Well, as one of the best uninstall tools running in Windows operating system, Max Uninstall ensures a clean, complete and safe uninstall of any unwanted program with only a few clicks. If you fail to uninstall TweakBit PCSupportBar completely, or you’re tired of uninstall error messages popping up, Max Uninstaller may be exactly what you’re looking for!
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