We have learned that quite a number of users are seeking help to remove Simpliclean from their computers. If you’re looking for removal advises, read this post for a few practical skills that may always come in handy.
Simpliclean is a Registry cleaner that provides a 1-year free trial, so that users get to know it more and discover its value with enough time. Essentially it’s not a virus, so you don’t need to get rid it by using any antivirus software. Except for things you’ve tried to remove Simpliclean, there could be some other crucial steps that you’ve missed during the removal. Let’s now find out what options you can have to complete this job.
Since some users don’t bother to/can’t think straight in troubles, software developers have been making their efforts. This is one of the great helpers that simplifies the complicated, necessary procedures with only a few clicks. If you’re tired of selecting your “champion” while watching out for potentially unwanted programs, take what’s right in front of you:
1. Click any of the green download buttons on this page or visit the homepage to download Bloatware Uninstaller.
2. Click the Register button in the upper right corner, and fill in the box with your license key to complete the registration.
3. Run it, and you can see clearly what programs are installed currently. Choose Google Update Helper and click Run Analysis.
4. Keep all the listed files checked, and click Complete Uninstall on the right.
5. It will scan for all the related files and get ready for your next request, during which you may be asked for confirmation of this removal, just click Uninstall to proceed.
6. Click Scan Leftovers when it turns to blue, then you see the all the vestiges that most users will forget to delete during the manual removal. Click Delete Leftovers to fully uninstall Google Update Helper.
7. Clicking Back to step1 to refresh the list of currently installed programs, and check whether your target has gone.
How it works to remove Simpliclean:
Deleting the folder of the program you wish to remove is not definitely suggested. Without a systematic process or any professional help to remove Simpliclean, you may not achieve the satisfying results. And incomplete removal would bring bad consequences.
I’d say we skip looking for an Uninstall icon in the Start menu this time, and directly head to the program list which tells you clearly what programs you’re having & able to uninstall. Here are all the steps to go through:
1. If possible, make sure Simpliclean is not running first.
Shut down the program from the System Tray in the bottom-right corner of your screen, and end every process associated with it in the Task Manager (Press & hold Ctrl + Alt + Del to open).
2. Access the program list.
In the bottom left corner of your screen, right-click on the Start button, and select Programs and Features.
3. Remove Simpliclean by activating its default uninstaller.
Here you see clearly what programs are installed in the system. Locate & double-click Simpliclean to activate its uninstall wizard, confirm this removal and wait for the process to finish.
4. Access the Registry Editor.
Again, right-click on the Start button, type “regedit” in the search box, and select the only result.
5. Delete the vestiges to completely remove Simpliclean.
Before doing this, you’re suggested to Back Up the Registry in case of any mistakes that cause the permanent loss of your data. Then continue the removal:
On the navigator of Registry Editor window, click Edit > Find…, then enter “Simpliclean” to find the related file(s)/folder(s), right-click it(them) and select Delete.
6. Reboot your PC.
If you like, go back to the System Tray, Task Manager or the disk, and check whether Simpliclean has gone.
Hopefully the answer to both questions is NO. But if not, undoing what you’ve changed, added, or removed from the Registry is not so hard. Assuming you backed up, which I suggested before deleting anything in the Registry.
To restore your previous Registry data, dig up that backup file you saved and execute it, then the Registry will be restored to the state when you haven’t changed the Registry yet.
Relatively uninstall problems are not a big deal, but taking care of your system resource will definitely improve the experience of using your machine in many ways. Let me know you like the article or not. As for anything/opinion to share towards how to better remove Simpliclean, just leave comments below.