Uninstall a Program with the Windows 7 Installer

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Imado, Eng, Inukshuk

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Steps

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    The first thing that you need to do is open up the Start menu
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    Click on Control Panel
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    Once you are in the Control Panel, you need to locate the programs
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    Click on the Programs
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    Then find Programs and Features and click on that
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    Now you have the list of all the programs that you have installed on your computer
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    For example, I won't ever be needing the program 'PS3 save resigner' anymore, so I will double click on that program
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    Wait for the process to finish
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    Now the program has been uninstalled, and we can close the Control Panel
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    Then you can continue to use your Windows computer
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    Thank you for watching VisiHow
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    This concludes our tutorial on uninstalling a program using Windows Uninstaller, If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the comment section below.
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Recent edits by: Eng, Imado, Lukward Thomason

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