How to non-manually uninstall Google Chrome in Windows 7
If you can't manually uninstall Google Chrome in Windows 7 then you can take the help of VSKsoft Uninstaller.
- Download Vsksoft Uninstaller, install and launch the software.
- Choose Google Chrome and click on Uninstall.
- Clear Google Chrome registry keys after uninstalling.
Note: If Google Chrome can't be uninstalled by taking the steps above, then please choose Google Chrome and click on Force Uninstall to remove and delete Google Chrome.
Today, Google Chrome is used by people throughout the globe. It is a feature-rich web browser which makes the use of World Wide Web highly engrossing. I used Google Chrome for quite some time in Windows 7. I have also found Internet Explorer easier and safer to use than Google Chrome in this Windows version. On receiving errors with the Google browser, I decided to uninstall the browser. I tried to uninstall Google Chrome in Windows 7 manually as well as with different software recovery but ended in failure.
In this article, I have described my quest for finding the best way to uninstall Google Chrome in Windows which ended with the best of surprises. This article explains why today there is no need to perseveringly attempt to uninstall Google Chrome in Windows 7 manually.
The most disappointing Google Chrome uninstallation attempt
When I needed to remove Google Chrome in Windows 7, I clicked on Start Menu. Then I clicked on Control Panel. After that, I clicked on 'Programs and Features'. Next I selected Google Chrome in the list of programs displayed, checked the little box to the left of the question which stated 'Also Delete Your Browsing Data?' since I wanted all my browsing history to get deleted. Finally, I clicked on the option 'Uninstall'.
I observed a message box to appear which requested me to wait for the uninstallation to get finished. I started to wait optimistically. It was very late at night. I left my computer in this condition throughout the night since I went to sleep. When I woke up next morning, very surprisingly I found no change in the uninstallation condition. I was still requested to wait. I could not understand the reason why so much time was being taken to complete the uninstallation process. The total span of this uninstallation process had already exceeded 5 hours! This was truly shocking. I was compelled to cancel the uninstallation process.
I realized that I cannot uninstall Google Chrome in Windows 7 using this simple process. The chrome.dll file installed during Google Chrome installation was not getting deleted. It had somehow become corrupted. I needed to use another other method and then after studying in the web, I decided to try to uninstall Google Chrome with another method.
How frustrating was manual Google Chrome removal attempt
I was determined to uninstall Google Chrome anyhow. I searched thoroughly in the internet how to manually uninstall Google Chrome in Windows 7 and in one website I found a sequence of steps. I was not sure whether this sequence of steps would give me the desirable result. But still with hope, I followed it. I typed Windows + R on the keyboard. In the Run box which immediately opened, I entered '%LOCALAPPDATA% \ Google'. On entering this, I saw a directory to open. In that directory, I tried to delete the 'Chrome' folder. I observed nothing to happen. I tried again and again but observed no difference in the result. With utter frustration, I no longer continued with the attempt.
What necessitated a powerful Google Chrome remover
I did not open my computer for the next two days. Even after failing to manually uninstall Google Chrome in Windows 7, I still did not lose my focus. Two days later, I again switched on my computer early in the morning. This time, I did not find Google Chrome in 'Programs and Features' in Control Panel. I did not find it also after clicking on Start button, then clicking on 'All programs'. I got confused about this unexpected situation. But on the desktop, the Google Chrome icon still existed. I found that it had a link to C: > Program Files > Google > Chrome. I could not delete the 'Chrome' folder at that location. Every time I started getting the message that d3dcompiler_47.dll could not be deleted. I found that this was a Windows file required to run Google Chrome. This made me understand that I need a cutting edge Google Chrome removing app to perform this task with success.
A gem which can be relied on
After failing to uninstall Google Chrome in Windows 7 manually as well as by using various program uninstallers, I gave up hope. Suddenly, I found a technology masterpiece which ended my days of frustration. I heard about this tool from one of my relatives. It is VSKsoft Uninstaller, available free to download from the website of VSKsoft. I simply, downloaded it, installed it and ran it in my Windows 7 computer. I was simply astonished by the tool's speed, power and efficiency in removing Google Chrome completely. The tool is designed and programmed in such a way that no difficulty can be experienced while using it.
Now, there is no need to opt for time consuming and problematic manual approach to remove Google Chrome from any Windows version, not only Windows 7. By using this tool, an individual can accomplish Google Chrome removal with flying colours!
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