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Fix installation and uninstall programs in Windows 10

On Windows 10 you may find it difficult to install and uninstall a program, as the program itself may refuse to install or uninstall and may present an error.

When a program does not want to install, you should check its installation file for problems. The first move is to download a new copy of the installation file and then run it to check if the problem was in the original installation file.

Similarly, if you cannot uninstall a program from your Windows 10 computer, you should first try to uninstall it through Safe Mode. You can also try uninstalling programs from other manufacturers, such as Ursoftware YourUnistaller etc.

When all else fails and you believe the problem may be in Windows 10, then try using the official "troubleshooting utility that prevents you from installing or uninstalling programs".

This troubleshooter can repair corrupted registry keys on 64 bit operating systems, corrupt registry keys that control update data, problems that prevent new programs from being installed, problems that prevent complete uninstallation, or updates of existing programs as well. and problems that prevent you from uninstalling a program by selecting "Add or Remove Programs" (or "Programs and Possible reactions ") Control Panel

The "troubleshooting tool that prevents programs from being installed or removed" is easy to use. Download, run, and follow the on-screen instructions to correct the problems listed above.

Note that this utility is not included with Windows 10. You will need to download it from Microsoft.

Troubleshoot installation and uninstallation problems of a program in Windows 10
Step 1: Get the installation and uninstall program repair help from this Microsoft page and run it.

Step 2: At runtime and the question "how do you want to open this file" (has a .diagcab file) tell it with the "Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Guide".

Step 3: Once troubleshooting starts, click Next, and then follow the instructions on the screen.

Step 4: Choose which feature you're having trouble with.

Advice: Many software developers offer their own tool to remove their software from Windows 10. Visit the software site you want to uninstall and check if there is an official uninstaller.

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