When you are on Windows, you need to go to the Control Panel > Programs and Features to uninstall something. This method requires more than just a few clicks and could make us put-off uninstalling something that we don’t need and we tend to leave it at that till the system breaks or otherwise. Here’s how you can uninstall something from the context menu.
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- Grab Menu Uninstaller from here and install it onto your PC (Compatible from Windows XP onwards). The installation process is fairly simple.
- After installing, you should see an ‘Uninstall’ option when right clicking on the icon of any software that you’ve installed (see image above).
- Clicking on ‘Uninstall’ asks you for confirmation and ‘Menu Uninstaller’ searches for the program’s uninstaller and lets you get underway almost immediately.
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