Remove WinThruster within Minutes – Uninstall Instruction
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WinThruster detects & repairs PC errors, optimizes performance settings, and speeds up the system by repairing problems, decreasing program load time and removing clutter. It has become one of the popular tools, and the issues also appeared. As for us, we only care about whether it can be normally uninstalled in Windows, and for that reason I’m writing this article.
Through reading how to remove WinThruster in Windows, you’ll also have a clear understand of programs’ removal, though small part of the things might not be the same in different cases.
How to Manually Remove WinThruster on PC?
Note: A program called REALHit might have been installed along with WinThruster. If that’s not what you expect, perform the following steps to remove REALHit later.
First of all, the account you’re using to login the system should have the administrative rights, which allow you to make changes on the operating systems without providing password. But if your system never had a second account, ignore this, then start the removal right away:
Step 1: Shut down WinThruster.
Quit the WinThruster program from running in the background no matter what. It may not be necessary towards the removal of some programs, but just in case.
Step 2: Remove WinThruster by activating its built-in uninstaller (2 Options).
Start menu: Click Start > enter “control panel” in the search box, then click Uninstall a program > Double-click WinThruster to activate its default uninstaller
Start screen: Click Start > Click the Down arrow > Locate WinThruster > Click Uninstall WinThruster.
Step 3: Confirmation.
Follow the on-screen instruction to confirm the uninstall, and wait for the built-in uninstaller to finish its part. Then we get to clean out the lingering files.
Step 4: Open the Windows Registry Editor (2 Options).
Start menu: Click Start > enter “regedit” in the search box.
Start screen: Hit Windows key + C on your keyboard to open the Charms > Select Search > enter “regedit” in the input field.
Step 5: Delete the remaining files (entries) to fully remove WinThruster from your PC.
Now you’re removing the files that regular uninstall might leave behind. Before doing this, you might want to read How to Back up & Restore the Registry in case of any mistaken deletion.
Then on the navigator of Registry Editor, click Edit > Find… > search for “WinThruster” > Delete the file (s)/folder (s) you found.
Step 6: Restart your PC to take effect.
Then check your system tray (right end of the taskbar) and Task Manager (hit Ctrl + Alt + Del to open), if you don’t see WinThruster persist then the removal was successful.
Another Way to Remove WinThruster in High Efficiency
I believe most users would yearn for an easier approach to remove WinThruster, as well as remove some other stubborn software & potentially unwanted programs, without worrying the different operations in different versions of Windows.
Followed each serial number there are the buttons you’ll need to go through, and the description below is just for you to have a better understand of what you’re doing.
It’s a small-sized tool, so the installation would be finished within a minute.
2. Run Analysis > Complete Uninstall.
Open Max Uninstaller, and you will see clearly what programs you’re having on the computer. Find & select WinThruster as your target, then click Run Analysis to scan for all the related files. > review the list, keep the items checked, and hit Complete Uninstall to confirm the removal.
3. Scan Leftovers > Delete Leftovers.
Now you’re deleting its vestiges. Click Scan Leftovers when it turns to green, review the list of the vestiges to be deleted, keep them checked, and hit Delete Leftovers to completely remove WinThruster from your PC.
When it tells you WinThruster has be removed, you can directly close Max Uninstaller, or click Back to Step1 and check whether it has gone.
How It Helps You Remove WinThruster – Short Video Demonstration :
If the tool is able to provide great assistance to your daily life, then it’s definitely worth keeping. What do you say?
And since WinThruster is an optimization utility that we just uninstalled, we can discuss whether you actually need a utility like that. Here are several simple things you can do to keep your system always in good condition:
- Minimize the number of programs that run during the start-up. Look at those sitting in the System Tray, are they really all necessary?
- Remember to close any window, web page, or program right after you’re done with it. There is no point to leave it unused consuming the memory.
- Termly check and delete the programs and files you don’t need, so that part of the hard drive space can be freed up and put used for other purpose.
Don’t bother to do these yourself? Then you could use some help from a utility like WinThruster.
As time passes your machine would not be running as fast as it did the months after you bought it. If it has been used for too long and now often fails to keep the path with your needs, you might consider a new one. 🙂