Duplicate Files Finder is a cross-platform application for finding and removing duplicate files by deleting, creating hardlinks or creating symbolic links.
Are you having trouble uninstalling Duplicate File Finder?
Are you looking for a solution that will completely uninstall and remove all of its files from your computer?
This guide will provide you with detailed instructions and all the information that you require to remove and uninstall
Duplicate File Finder.
It seems that there are many users who have difficulty uninstalling programs like Duplicate File Finder from their systems. Some experience issues during uninstallation, whereas other encounter problems after the program is removed.
There could be other causes why users may not be able to uninstall Duplicate File Finder. An incomplete uninstallation of a program may cause problems, which is why thorough removal of programs is recommended.
Start Revo Uninstaller Pro and open the module "Logs Database"
In the Search field type "Duplicate File Finder" and you will see all logs of "Duplicate File Finder" in the database compatible with your Windows Version.
Select the appropriate log by version from the list and press the "Uninstall" button from the toolbar
You will see few popping up windows showing the download and import of the log to your Revo Uninstaller Pro and then the main Uninstall dialog that shows the progress of the uninstall of Duplicate File Finder.
Open the Start Menu and type Apps and Features
Look for Duplicate File Finder in the list and click on it. The next step is to click on uninstall, so you can initiate the uninstallation.
Most of the computer programs have uninstall.exe or uninst000.exe in their installation folders. You need to execute these files in order to start the uninstallation process. Here are the steps:
Go to the installation folder of Duplicate File Finder. Most of the times it is located in C:\Programs files or C:\Program files(x86)
Locate uninstall.exe or uninst000.exe
Double click the file to start the uninstallation process.
Hold the Windows + R keys to open the Run command.
this uninstallation string
C:\Program Files\Auslogics\Duplicate File Finder\unins000.exe
and paste it in the Run command window and click OK.
Follow the instructions to complete the uninstallation.
Duplicate File Finder on Windows 7 64-bit
Duplicate File Finder on Windows 7 32-bit
Duplicate File Finder on Windows XP 32-bit
Duplicate File Finder on Windows XP 64-bit
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