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Please Follow the Steps below to uninstall your product.


1. Uninstall

  • Shut down your PC Utilities Pro Software.
  • Click Start > go to the Control Panel > then Programs and Features. (Please note that for Windows Vista and Windows 7, you will find ‘Programs and Features’, for Windows XP, it’s ‘Add/Remove Program’ in the Control Panel).
  • Find “Optimizer Pro” and right click on it.
  • Click "Uninstall".
  • Click "Yes" to continue with uninstall.
  • Click "OK" when finished.
 
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