Definitions for "Uninstall"
vb. To remove software completely from a system, including the elimination of files and components residing in system locations such as the registry in Windows 9x, Windows NT, or Windows 2000. Some applications have built-in uninstall utilities, and in other cases a separate uninstall program can be used. Also called: deinstall.
Remove a program from your system. You can't just delete its folder, because almost all programs make changes to various parts of Windows. Many programs come with a special uninstaller, which you should use if it exists. Otherwise, you can uninstall programs (in Windows) from the Control Panel.
To uninstall a program is to completely remove all files of that program and all associated files in other directories. Simply deleting files from a program’s main directory will not remove all of its files. Uninstalling the program will.
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