How to uninstall My WIFI Router in your Windows?
How to uninstall My WIFI Router in your Windows? This article will guide you. There are tow removal solutions for My WIFI Router and a video of getting rid of My WIFI Router in this article. Just taking a few minutes to view this article, you can master a new proper technicality to uninstall My WIFI Router.
What is My WIFI Router?
My WIFI Router, a free virtual WiFi router software, can convert your Windows XP, 7 & 8 laptop/PC into a WiFi Hotspot with one click. You can easily share the internet connection and video with your friends and peers anytime and anywhere.
See most frequently asked questions about uninstalling My WIFI Router.
1. How can I uninstall My WIFI Router in Windows XP/7/8/10, so that related files, settings, and registry entries are also removed?
2. I cannot install the latest version of My WIFI Router after upgrading Windows 10.
3. Upgrading to the most recent version of My WIFI Router, but I get an error pop-up.
In fact, the reason of failure for My WIFI Router upgrading or reinstalling is the incomplete deletion of its leftovers. Therefore, there are two better solutions to uninstall My WIFI Router and delete its leftovers, which are recommended to you.
The first solution: manually uninstall My WIFI Router
- Execute built-in uninstaller of My WIFI Router
Usually, the built-in uninstaller is in the installation directory of My WIFI Router. You can find it through the following approaches. Note that its name contains the string “uninstall” or “remove” generally.
- Windows XP
Click the Start Button on the Desktop to open the menu, then point to “All programs” and click on “My WIFI Router” in the right pane.
- Windows 7
Click the Start Orb Button on the Desktop to open the Start menu, then select “All programs” and click on “My WIFI Router” folder.
- Windows 8/10
Click the bottom-left Windows icon on the screen. At the Start screen, find and right-click tile of My WIFI Router, then click on it and select “Open file location”.
- Windows XP
- Launch Windows uninstaller of My WIFI Router on the Control Panel
You can go to “Control Panel->Programs->Programs and Features” and then find the My WIFI Router icon on the list view, in case you do not find the built-in uninstaller of My WIFI Router.
- You need to delete all the leftovers after completely removing My WIFI Router. such as files, folders, registry entries, etc.
- Open Registry Editor
In Windows XP, click on the Start button and then click Run.
In Windows 10, right-click or tap-and-hold the Start button and then choose Run.
In Windows 7 or Windows Vista, click on Start.
In the search box or Run window, type the following:
and then press Enter.
- Search related registry entries and delete them.
Open “Find” dialog by pressing the keyboard combination Ctrl+F, then enter the key, value, or data you are looking for in the “Find what” box. Such as “My WIFI Router”, “C:\Program Files (x86)\Wi-Fi”, etc.
- Open Registry Editor
The second solution: automatically uninstall My WIFI Router
- Download and install Max Uninstaller
- Start Max Uninstaller and find the My WIFI Router icon in the list view showing installed software.
- Click “Run Analysis” button, then Max Uninstaller will automatically analyze related files/folders, registry entries, and other settings.
- Next step, click “Complete Uninstall”. At this moment, Max Uninstaller call built-in uninstaller of My WIFI Router, and we just follow its prompt to uninstall My WIFI Router.
- Finally, delete all the My WIFI Router leftovers by clicking “Delete Leftovers”.