Just got a new Lenovo computer? Have you noticed the pre-installed Lenovo software in your new device? Some users don’t want to keep any bloatware on their PCs and decide to remove some useless programs to spare some disk space. But which programs can be removed safely and which should be kept on your Lenovo computer?
Your Lenovo computer may contain the software in the following list:
– Lenovo Registration
– Lenovo Simple Tap
– Lenovo User Guide
– Lenovo Warranty Information
– Lenovo Welcome
– Lenovo Message Center Plus
– Lenovo Communications Utility
– Lenovo System Update
– Lenovo Fingerprint Manager Pro
– Lenovo QuickControl
– Lenovo Solution Center
– Lenovo SHAREit
– Lenovo Think Vantage
Lenovo Warranty Information is a program distributed by the manufacturer on its computers. If you don’t need this program, you can use native/third party tools to remove it. Again, only remove the software that are not serve any of your purposes.
How to uninstall Lenovo Warranty Information without hassle? What are the correct steps to remove bloatware on a Windows PC? This removal guide will show you all.
First of all, go to check if Lenovo Warranty Information is active in your system tray. Some pre-installed software will launch automatically in the background. If necessary, launch Task Manager by pressing the Ctrl + Shift + Esc keyboard shortcut, locate Lenovo Warranty Information in the list of process, and then click End Task button.
After that, you can uninstall Lenovo Warranty Information from the Start menu. Note that the operation could differ depending on the version of Windows system.
As the Windows Installer pops up, follow onscreen prompts to complete the uninstall. So, is the uninstall complete now? What else can you do to ensure a clean removal?
Almost all Windows programs will create associated files in the Windows Registry during the first setup and later use. Yet, those associated items will not automatically disappear along with the uninstallation of the programs. To avoid a bloat Registry and keep your PC clean, you can consider to delete the program-related items either manually (may be a little risk-taking), or by using a professional registry cleaner.
Now you can follow the steps below to detect and delete the junk files and folders pertaining to Lenovo Warranty Information (or other Lenovo bloatware) in Registry:
Note: inexperienced users are not encouraged to modify Registry, and make sure to back up the whole registry before making changes on it. How to do the backup:
Is it possible to uninstall a bunch of Lenovo bloatware within several clicks? How to achieve the goal? A tool named Bloatware Uninstaller is the answer to this question.
We take Lenovo Warranty Information as an example to show you how to do with it:
After that, click Back to Step 1 button to re-scan the system, and repeat the steps above to continue the removal of other unwanted Lenovo programs from Windows.