How to Quickly Uninstall Encoding Decoding Free From Windows

From Marcello Pietrelli e Gianni Baini:

Encoding Decoding Free is an application that allows you to encode and decode any type of file. Encoding decoding can be used to hide all the sensitive and important data from prying eyes. It features coding of any type of files, integrating windows explorer to explore more rapidly, creating one password for decoding (as well as the hidden internal), secure encryption of login passwords, PIN numbers, and serial codes. It cannot be cracked using the "Brute Force" method. (If the password is wrong does not show the classic error message intercepted by the crackers, but is decoded in the wrong way and the file will appear illegible).


What's new in this version:

Version 3.2.9 has removed some unnecessary files to the program.

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Uninstall the Encoding Decoding Free from Add/Remove Programs:

The first thing you want to try is to locate Encoding Decoding Free in the Add/Remove Control Panel and try to remove it from there. Follow these instructions to accomplish this.
1. Click Start, then Control Panels.

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2. On the interface, double-click Add/Remove Programs.

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3. Navigate to Encoding Decoding Free on the list, then click Uninstall next to it.

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4. Keep up with the prompts to finish the uninstall.

Maybe Windows Add/Remove Programs is the first uninstall tool came into your mind since it's efficient to uninstall unneeded programs. But a fact you should notice is that it is not always effective in uninstalling programs as it will leave over some files or registry entries related to those unwanted programs. In this case, you can try Encoding Decoding Free's own uninstall tool.

Like other program developers, the program developers also launch its own uninstall tool to offer convenience for users. Maybe it is not good as Add/Remove Program, but you can still have a try.

Uninstall the software with its own uninstaller.

1.Click Start Menu, then go to All Programs.
2.On the list, locate to Encoding Decoding Free.
3.Move to Uninstall Encoding Decoding Free, click it.
4.Follow the prompts to complete the uninstall.
5.Restart your computer if required.

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When you finish, you may find that Encoding Decoding Free its own uninstaller cannot uninstall it completely too. That's because it leaves some registry entries for fear that you need to reinstall this program some day. Thus, if you have chosen this uninstaller to uninstall the program, you need to do more things to make this uninstall complete.

To make Encoding Decoding Free uninstall successful, it is essential for you to delete those related entries by yourself. But you need to be very careful to do it as it is a kind of complicated.

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Delete registry entries related to Encoding Decoding Free.
Basically this means you need to open Registry Editor. Click Start Menu and then go to Run. Enter regedit and you can open Registry Editor. Find out all the related entries under all the folders and then delete all.

Tip: Download: Encoding Decoding Free Removal Tool (Tested Malware & Virus Free by McAfee?)

Uninstall Errors - Why They Occur

As you install more applications and subsequently uninstall them, you'd think that's the end of the story. But very often, this is not the case. When a program is uninstalled, there is a high chance that there will be files related to that program which are left behind on the system. These files are useless because the program is no longer there to use them, yet they take up space and clutter up the hard disk.

Not only that, there are settings left behind by the program that still reside in the Windows registry. The Windows registry is a system database used heavily by Windows. When there are errant or obsolete entries in the registry database, Windows sometimes get bogged down, or problems may occur. You may also have experienced cases where an uninstall ended with an error, simply because of an errant entry in the registry. But where to find the entry?

Most of these problems are caused by bad programming habits by developers. The developers sometimes forget that certain settings and files need to be removed when their program is uninstalled, thus these settings are left in the registry and the files are abandoned in the system. This is despite the user doing a proper uninstallation.

Manual removal procedure is not simple as you think. Be patient as it will usually take long time to complete the program uninstall process. The faster and more sensible option is automatic removal. This is highly recommended because if you manually remove a program that you are not familiar, it will cost you probably a lot of time and it can be very dangerous too because you need to go into your registry once some leftover entries still occur after you uninstall the program. This can be dangerous because when you delete a wrong file, then you can seriously damage your computer.

The best option at this point when you still cannot uninstall program is to turn to a third-party uninstaller program such as Help Uninstaller. You can use Help Uninstaller to remove any program from your computer, even corrupted applications that cannot be uninstalled by conventional means. This program also cleans up all registry entries and leftover drivers installed by your unwanted program. Stubborn and hard to remove programs can also be easily uninstalled, including othe software. Use of a professional uninstaller, even when you can or cannot uninstall program, can go a long way to keeping your computer running faster, smoother and error-free.

What Help Uninstaller can do for you ?

Uninstall any unwanted or corrupted program on your PC.
Forcibly uninstall corrupted programs that cannot be uninstalled from Windows Add/ Remove Programs.
Clean all registry entries and drivers that the programs left over.
Show detailed information of a certain program installed in your computer.
Back up PC system files whenever you boot PC to restore system easily once PC crashes.
Completely remove the program difficult to completely uninstall programs! Start your free trial now!

With Help Uninstaller, you can uninstall any unwanted programs on your PC easier and faster. The standard Add /Remove Programs can not always completely uninstall all programs and broken registry keys. Unlike Add/Remove Programs, Help Uninstaller not only uninstall the programs, but also wipe out the left registry files. It will protect your PC from corrupted registry errors , improving your PC performance and speed!

How to Force Uninstall Encoding Decoding Free Using Uninstall Tools?


To perform automatic Encoding Decoding Free removal you can follow these tips:


1. In the File Download dialog box, select the Save button and save the uninstaller on the Desktop


2. Next, close Encoding Decoding Free running on your PC and double-click the.exe file to install the uninstaller on your computer.

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3. Run the Help Uninstaller and then click on "Force Uninstall" tab.

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4. Locate the folder of Encoding Decoding Free and then click "Next" to begin the removal.

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5. By following the above several steps, all Encoding Decoding Free components will be removed from the system after the computer restarts.


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