How to completely uninstall Directory Report

Directory Report is a comprehensive software application designed to compare multiple folders to find out whether they have identical files or not, as well as to locate duplicates, among other types of operations. It comes packed with numerous options, such as filters for file names and directories.

Are you having trouble uninstalling Directory Report?
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
Directory Report.

What usually makes people to uninstall Directory Report

It seems that there are many users who have difficulty uninstalling programs like Directory Report from their systems. Some experience issues during uninstallation, whereas other encounter problems after the program is removed.

These are the main reasons why Directory Report is uninstalled by users:

  • The program is not compatible with other installed applications.
  • The program crashes or hangs periodically/frequently.
  • The program is not as good as the user expected.
  • The program is being re-installed (uninstalled and installed again afterwards).
  • The program is regarded by the user and/or some websites as a potentially malicious.
  • The program is not listed in the Windows Settings or Control Panel.
  • After removing the program, some of its related processes still run on the computer.
  • Some traces of the program can still can be found on the computer.
  • Removing process running for a long time and does not come to the end.

Possible problems that can arise during uninstallation of Directory Report

  • The program’s built-in uninstaller does not start or does not operate properly.
  • A file required for the uninstallation to complete could not be run.
  • Due to an error, not all of the files were successfully uninstalled.
  • Another process is preventing the program from being uninstalled.

There could be other causes why users may not be able to uninstall Directory Report. An incomplete uninstallation of a program may cause problems, which is why thorough removal of programs is recommended.

How to uninstall Directory Report completely


Method 1: Uninstall Directory Report with a third-party uninstaller.

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    Download and install Revo Uninstaller Pro - 30 days fully functional trial version

  • 2

    Start Revo Uninstaller Pro and open the module "Logs Database"

    screenshot of logs database
  • 3

    In the Search field type "Directory Report" and you will see all logs of "Directory Report" in the database compatible with your Windows Version.

  • 4

    Select the appropriate log by version from the list and press the "Uninstall" button from the toolbar

    screenshot of logs uninstall
  • 5

    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 Directory Report.

Method 2: Uninstall Directory Report via Apps and Features/Programs and Features.

  • 1

    Open the Start Menu and type Apps and Features

    screenshot of apps and features
  • 2

    Look for Directory Report in the list and click on it. The next step is to click on uninstall, so you can initiate the uninstallation.

    screenshot of apps and features

Method 3: Uninstall Directory Report with its uninstaller.exe.

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:

  • 1

    Go to the installation folder of Directory Report. Most of the times it is located in C:\Programs files or C:\Program files(x86)

  • 2

    Locate uninstall.exe or uninst000.exe

    screenshot of uninstall.exe
  • 3

    Double click the file to start the uninstallation process.

Method 4: Uninstall String with Run

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    Hold the Windows + R keys to open the Run command.

    screenshot of run command
  • 2

    this uninstallation string
    MsiExec.exe /I{D299F0A1-AF46-4142-933F-94B965C9263C}

    and paste it in the Run command window and click OK.

  • 3

    Follow the instructions to complete the uninstallation.

Available logs

Directory Report 44 on Windows 7 64-bit

Directory Report 44 on Windows 7 32-bit

Directory Report 44 on Windows XP 32-bit

Directory Report 44 on Windows 8.1 64-bit

Directory Report 44 on Windows 10 64-bit

Directory Report 44 on Windows 10 32-bit

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