Having troubles in uninstalling MediaFire? How to fully remove MediaFire from your PC? What tricks should you know about the uninstall? Find answers in this post.
Program information: Back to 2016, MediaFire software team has announced that its desktop client for Windows has been shut down, and the development and support of MediaFire Desktop has discontinued. Currently we can still download the MediaFire Desktop installation file, but every time we try to install it, the installation is interrupted by an error message saying that “could not find any NTFS file systems”.
In the following we will share two feasible methods of uninstalling MediaFire from Windows PC. For those who want to save time and avoid troubles during the uninstallation, we suggest you to remove MediaFire by the first method below.
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Just don’t want to use this tool? You can still uninstall MediaFire and remove its leftovers step by step. To help you finish a thorough uninstall, we divide the process into two parts, and you can follow the steps below to carry out a clean removal.
As the Programs and Features/Windows Installer window pops up, click Yes button to start the uninstallation, and MediaFire will be remove from your PC in a few seconds.
>> Before uninstalling any software you should shut it down and terminate associated background processes. Otherwise, error message may arise to interrupt normal uninstallation, and the program components that are in use will not be deleted.
>> If the Programs and Features/Windows Installer window does not appear after you click the Uninstall button, the selected program could have been corrupted, or the uninstall script is missing. In that case, you can try to install the program again to cover the damaged files, and uninstall it again by the aforementioned steps above.
What else should you do after deleting MediaFire through the Start menu? Do all its components disappear from the system? Well, as the entries created by this program still remain in your Windows Registry, you should continue the removal steps below:
Warning: Registry is a crucial database that store many system and program settings. Make sure to back up the whole database before making any modification on Registry, thus if you mistakenly delete something in it, you can still reverse the change.
Is this post helpful for you? What problems do you encounter in the uninstall task?