Trying to uninstall ASUS Tutor from your computer?
A bunch of ASUS utilities/bloatware may come together with the new ASUS notebook. If you just get a new ASUS laptop, it is totally OK to get rid of the bloatware and junk files to save disk space, keep system clean and speed up your PC. Unsure which utilities are useful or safe to uninstall? If you are not gonna use the software at all, just delete it from your computer (but don’t delete programs blindly).
This is an incomplete list of potentially unwanted programs pertaining to Asus:
Theoretically you can remove most of the pre-installed bloatware. If you need any of them back, just go to the Asus support website to download and install them. For instance, ASUS LiveUpdate can be kept to update the drivers for your ASUS laptop. But if you are an advanced user, you can set up your own active driver management.
In this post we will take ASUS Tutor as an example to show you how to properly remove ASUS bloatware/PUPs on Windows PC. Two approaches are listed below.
Looking for a quick way to uninstall ASUS Tutor or other bloatware on your PC? The most time-saving option is to utilize a professional and reputable removal tool. Among the numerous uninstaller designed for Windows, Bloatware Uninstaller is specially used to remove those stubborn PUPs and sneaky bloatware/adware.
This tool is capable of helping you uninstall ASUS Tutor in simple steps:
Step 1. Download Bloatware Uninstaller in this site, and launch it after the installation
Step 2. Click ASUS Tutor in the Desktop App tab, and click Run Analysis button
Step 3. Click Complete Uninstall button, and click Yes button in the pop-up window
Step 4. Follow prompts to remove ASUS Tutor, and then click Scan Leftovers button
Step 5. Click Delete Leftovers button, and then click Yes button in the pop-up window
Step 6. Click OK when prompted that all leftovers have been completely removed
After going through these 6 steps, click the Back to Step 1, and Bloatware Uninstaller will re-scan the installed programs on your system. ASUS Tutor should have disappeared in the Bloatware Uninstaller interface as well as from the system.
When a ASUS computer boots up, some of the ASUS programs could automatically start in the background (if they are in the list of startup programs). Before uninstalling ASUS Tutor (or other programs), go to check if the program is currently running.
Here are the instructions: right click on the blank space of the task bar, then choose Task Manager to bring up this program. And then locate ASUS Tutor in the list of process and click then End Task button to stop this program from silently running.
Like other 3rd party programs, ASUS Tutor can be uninstall through Windows Add/Remove Programs applet. There are different steps in different systems:
Hit the Windows key on the keyboard (or click Start icon) and choose Control Panel
Click the Uninstall a program link under the Programs heading
Scroll through to locate Acer Portal, and click on Uninstall/Change link above
Right click on the Start menu and then choose Programs and Features in the list
Highlight ASUS Tutor in the list, and click on the Uninstall/Change link
Right click on the Start menu and choose App and Features on the top
On the right pane, scroll down to locate ASUS Tutor, and click the entry
Click the Uninstall button that appears below, and click Uninstall again
As the Windows Installer pops up, follow onscreen prompts to complete the uninstall. ASUS Tutor will be deleted in a few seconds. And then you can go to the next stage.
Almost all Windows programs will create associated files in the Windows Registry, while those pertaining items will not automatically disappear along with the uninstallation of the programs. If you want to perform a clean uninstall, follow the instructions below to do a manual detection and deletion. But if you are not an advanced user, just stop here, or use the automated uninstaller to do the job for you.
That’s how to detect and delete target program-associated files in Registry. Again, inexperienced users are not encouraged to modify Registry as it involves huge risk.
Make sure to back up the whole registry before making changes on it. How to do:
Are you able to uninstall ASUS Tutor from your Windows after reading through this post? If not, we suggest you to adopt the first recommended approach instead.