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iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 126.96.36.199 is a (category) application that claims to offer special and useful features and services for the computer user, and extend the effective use of computer. However, the iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 188.8.131.52 removal is a troubleshoot issue for some people, and it is not so easy to uninstall iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 184.108.40.206 as other installed programs on the computer in some cases. What's the problem with it? How can remove it completely and quickly on PC? You will get the right answer and resolution from this post we shared with you.DOWNLOAD NOW
According to the problems people often encounter during the program removal, there are available resolutions below to help you get rid of this application thoroughly and quickly on the PC.
When talk about removing an installed program on the computer, I think most of people are very familiar with Windows attached removing utility, which is a Windows feature that has been widely used by many computer users for many years. If you want to remove a program to free up the limited system space and speed up the computer running speed, you can use the "Program and features" on Windows system to uninstall it.
To get more details about how to uninstall iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 220.127.116.11 in this way, please refer to the following steps (because of different Windows operating system, there would be a little different in the specific removing steps for different Windows system):
Although this is a well-known removing method that nearly all of computer users know how to conduct like uninstall iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 18.104.22.168, most of them often encounter one common issue after the removal ---- how to clean those files and components being left during the previous removal, this is a problem that always exists on the traditional removal. So, if you decide to uninstall iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 22.214.171.124 in this way, you should prepare to conduct a additionally manual removal for those leftovers, otherwise, you will also not able to install the newer version of the same program on your computer.
There are many DLL file and registry entries associated with iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 126.96.36.199 usually cannot be cleaned completely with the traditional Windows removal, especially the associated registry entries, in order to uninstall iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 188.8.131.52 completely, you should go to delete them manually in this way. Since the removed registries cannot be recovered, in order to avoid the possible manual error, it is better to do a back-up for your registry database for precaution:
After that, you will be able to delete the iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 184.108.40.206's associated registry files in Registry Editor to uninstall iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 220.127.116.11 thoroughly. If a manual error occur, you can choose to recover the registry with the back-up you saved.
If you want to simplify the removing steps and want a more effective and easier way to uninstall iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 18.104.22.168, please try to remove it with Total Uninstaller.
If you want to skip the troublesome manual removing steps and get rid of the program with ease, you can try to use an advanced uninstall tool to complete the removal automatically, and Special Uninstall enable you to uninstall iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 22.214.171.124 and other programs quickly and thoroughly.
When the iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 126.96.36.199 program is not installed completely on the computer, you will not be able to find it on the available removing list, in this case, you can make use of the "Not listed above?" feature in Total Uninstaller to remove its associated installed folders on the computer automatically.
If there are some browser add-ones are bundled with the program and installed on the computer, but unfortunately, they are not included in the removing content when uninstall iDevice Manager (formerly iPhone Explorer) 188.8.131.52, this this case, you can use the "Plug-in Cleaner" in Total Uninstaller to clean it on your browsers; or choose to disable and remove them on the browser manually.
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