How to Quickly Uninstall not(Browse) From Windows
not(Browse) stands for NO Taskbar BROWSEr. Its a browser that won't appear in your taskbar, even when it's minimized. With the engine of Internet Explorer, most of the pags will display orrectly if you have the latest version installed. It's interface is easy, intuitive, and small. You don't have anymore stupid toolbars wich can contain spyware. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
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How to uninstall not(Browse) manually?
1. Terminate the program in Windows Task Manager before you run the un-installation.
2. Click on the Start button in the left hand corner of your desktop to find the Control Panel menu. Double click on the Control Panel tab to open it and then choose
3. Scroll down the currently installed program list to find out not(Browse), and choose Remove in the drop-down list.
4. Follow the on screen instruction to finish the process.
5. Restart your computer if necessary.
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And then take these two steps to complete the removal of not(Browse):
1. Delete all the related registry keys. Click on Run icon on Start Menu, and then fill regedit over the blank space to open the Registry Editor. Find and delete keys related to not(Browse).
2. Delete its related files. Open Windows Search from Start Menu, and then search for all associated files. Once listed, delete them all without anything left.
What is "uninstall error"?
"This program cannot be found."
"The application is still in use."
"The application is protected and cannot be removed."
Whatever the uninstall error you're getting, there are ways to resolve the issue and get that program off your machine without breaking it or your fists in frustration. Even the most seasoned computer users (who are far more experienced and tech-savvy than I am) have problem like this from time to time. The difference it, they don't have to dig around and try to decipher the wisdom of other experts who can tell them how to fix the problem. While lacking expert status, I do happen to have a solution for this particular problem that hopefully doesn't requiring deciphering. Resolving the uninstall error.
Uninstall it with a professional uninstaller
With the development of the internet technology, there are lots of uninstallers published around us. In order to force the customers to continuously use their products, some publishers will even ask the customers to use their own uninstallers to get rid of the unwanted programs from their computers. It is so unfair in my opinion. When searching the internet for a really powerful uninstaller, I found that lots of uninstallers were recommended by different people and was a little difficult to select the right one. Because of the recommendation of my friend, I went to use Help Uninstaller uninstalling the corrupted not(Browse) from my computer. After using it, I found that it was very powerful in uninstalling corrupted programs such as the corrupted not(Browse) from my computer. I think if you have any problems in uninstalling programs, this will be a very better choice.
What is Help Uninstaller Capable of?
Display detailed information of a certain application installed on your computer.
Uninstall any unwanted programs from your computer easily
Forcibly uninstall all stubborn applications that cannot be uninstalled from Windows Add/ Remove Programs.
Leave no trace on your PC after removing.
Clean up application files, folders, registry entries and application drivers that the application leaves over.
Back up PC system files whenever you boot PC to restore system easily once PC crashes.
Release your PC hard drive space immediately.
How to Force Uninstall not(Browse) Using Uninstall Tools?
1. Reboot your computer to enter the Safe Mode. You can press F8 when the Windows is booting up and select Safe Mode.
2. Start the Help Uninstaller, find not(Browse) in the display list, and then choose Force Uninstall.
3. There will be a pop-up window recommends you to try Uninstall function first, just click OK to skip it.
4. Navigate the path of not(Browse), and then click Next.
5. Help Uninstaller will scan your system to find all not(Browse) related files. When the Help Uninstaller has found out every file, click Next to begin the removal.
6. Follow the on screen instructions to finish the removal.
Defrag After not(Browse) Removal
As what has been said in the preceding paragraphs that a good deal of caches would be loaded in local disk. And usually they are scattered around. It is time consuming to clean them up. Therefore defrag after not(Browse)¡¯s removal is required. Here's the video to show how:
Video Show: Defragmenter
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