Learn How to Efficiently Remove DVD Flick – Removal Guides
Are you one of the users who don’t know how to remove DVD Flick in Windows? If so, read this full instruction to learn both the removal and some extra useful knowledge.
DVD Flick is a simple but powerful DVD authoring tool. It takes a number of video files stored on your computer and turn them into a DVD that will play back on your DVD player, Media Center or Home Cinema Set. You can add additional custom audio tracks, subtitles as well as a menu for easier navigation.
How to Manually Remove DVD Flick Yourself
1. Exit DVD Flick first via the System Tray, in case the removal can’t finish because the program is running in the background.
2. Click the Start button in the bottom-left of your screen, and click the Down Arrow.
3. In the Apps screen you can find DVD Flick in the list, right-click on it.
4. Click Uninstall at the bottom of your screen.
5. You’re brought to the Programs and Features, where you can see what programs you’re having in the system. Double-click DVD Flick in the list to activate the built-in uninstaller.
6. If you’re no reinstalling the program, click Yes when being asked “Do you also want to delete DVD Flick’s settings?” Then wait for the uninstall wizard to finish its job.
7. To check whether there is any remaining files (entries) left in the Registry, hit Windows key + C again, click Search and enter “regedit” to open the Registry Editor.
8. On the navigator of the Registry Editor, click Edit > Find…, and enter “DVD Flick” to find the related remaining files. Delete the results you found to completely remove DVD Flick.
9. Now you can restart your computer to take effect.
If you want to achieve the desired results more efficiently, refer to the next part, which provides a simpler method for you to remove DVD Flick and other programs you don’t need.
Breezily Remove DVD Flick Using Max Uninstaller
To spare yourself the tedious work to remove DVD Flick, this is definitely a better way to go. Anytime in the future when you’re facing an unwanted program, you will never again figure out where to dig in the system to root it out. See how the Max Uninstaller helps you with the removal:
1. Get Max Uninstaller.
Click any of the blue download buttons on the page or visit the homepage to download & install this removal tool.
2. Run Analysis > Complete Uninstall.
Double-click its desktop icon to launch it, you will know what programs are currently installed on your PC. Find and select DVD Flick as your target, click Run Analysis to scan for all the related files, then click Complete Uninstall to uninstall the program.
3. Scan Leftovers > Delete Leftovers.
Confirm the removal. When it says “Please wait while Special Uninstaller initializes the uninstall process.” Then you can click Scan Leftovers to scan for its leftovers, and hit Delete Leftovers at last to completely remove DVD Flick.
Clicking Back to Step1 will bring you back to the program list, then you may check whether DVD Flick has gone from your PC.
How to Prevent PUPs and Optimize Your PC?
According to the feedback of some users, Norton doesn’t block the pop-ups of what was already installed or they unknowingly installed. Some applications are not malicious by the criteria of Norton or that of other antivirus software, so I think the best way to prevent the unwelcome programs from getting in is to pay more attention when you visit a web page, open an email, download and install an application.
And here are several things you can do to optimize your PC performance:
Keep your Windows up to date – Average users can install updates without the help of professionals. Modern versions of Windows are even set to install updates automatically out of the box, so you may not even have to do any of this updating work yourself.
Free up space by removing files and programs – If you’ve been using your machine for a while, you can probably free up disk space by removing the redundant files, and uninstall the needless programs by using Max Uninstaller, just like you can easily remove DVD Flick.
Optimize Startup – Open Task Manager (right-click the task bar and select Start Task Manager), and click over to the Startup tab, to easily manage your startup programs without installing any other software.