How to uninstall Tom Tom HOME from Your PC? Find out here!
If you’re one of the users who don’t know how to effectively uninstall Tom Tom HOME in Windows, you’ll find answers on this page.
Tom Tom HOME is a free, easy way to manage content on your Tom Tom Device device. You can use the device and all the features straight out of the box, and the program helps keeping the device future-proof and cutting-edge. It personalises your device, buys maps, content or subscribe to services, and makes copy of your content just in case.
This article is teaching you how to completely uninstall Tom Tom HOME on your PC. If you think this is quite useful, just share them with those who are in the same trouble.
Safely, Easily Uninstall Tom Tom HOME in Windows
There are many tools you can easily get on the Internet, the hard part is which to choose. If you have kinda lost your way, take my preparation – a good general-purpose tool that is available in most versions of Windows and works with types of programs:
1. Click the green download button on the page to download & install Max Uninstaller, then run it.
2. Find & select Tom Tom HOME in the Programs list, and click Run Analysis > Complete Uninstall.
3. Follow the prompts to proceed with the removal, then click Scan Leftovers when you’re able to. Hit Delete Leftovers to fully uninstall Tom Tom HOME.
To check whether you’ve done the removal well, click Back to Step1. You will be brought back to the list, where you can see all the currently installed programs on the system. Here is a short video demonstration teaching you how to do it:
Manual Steps to Uninstall Tom Tom HOME
First of all, make sure you’re using an Administrator account. If your system never had a second account, ignore this, then start the removal right away:
Step 1: close PlaysTV.
Quit the Tom Tom HOME 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: open the list of currently installed programs.
Windows 7: open the Start menu > Control Panel > Uninstall a program
Windows 8: right-click on the Start button > Control Panel > Uninstall a program
Windows 10: open the Start menu > Settings > System > Apps & features
Step 3: uninstall Tom Tom HOME from the programs list.
Click on Tom Tome HOME > Uninstall or Double-click Tom Tom HOME to activate its default uninstaller > confirm the removal > wait for the wizard to finish the process.
Step 4: open the Windows Registry Editor.
Windows 7: open the Start menu > Execute “regedit” in the search box
Windows 8: point your mouse to the bottom-right corner > Search > Execute “regedit” in the box
Windows 10: Execute “regedit” in the taskbar box.
Step 5: delete the vestiges to completely uninstall Tom Tom HOME from your PC.
Now you’re removing the files that regular uninstallation 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 “Tom Tom HOME” > 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 Tom Tom HOME is not there then the removal was successful.
So, as you can see there are more than one option you can take to complete the cleaning job. Anything you want to ask or share about this subject? Feel free to leave your comments below. For removal instructions of other similar software programs, click these link to view:
Maintenance You Can Do – Defragment Your Hard Disk
During the long-term use, there would be fragmentary spaces on your hard drives after many times of installation/removal. But through disk defragment, more space would be available.
1. Click the Start button, type “Disk Defragmenter” in the search box, select it in the results to open the tool
2. Under “Current Status”, select the disk you want to defragment. Doing this one by one won’t cost you much time on each.
3. You can click “Analyze disk” to determine whether the disk needs to be defragmented. If an administrator password or confirmation is required, do what it asks.
You can check the its progress in the Last Run column when the analysis is finished. A percentage lower than 10% means you should defragment the disk.
4. Then you can click “Defragment disk” to proceed. Give an administrator password or confirmation if it’s necessary.
How long it is going to take depends on your computer’s configuration. Other tasks can still be conducted during the process.