Get Some Help to Easily Remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter

Having problems to completely remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter in Windows? Since you’re already looking at the page, don’t miss this change to get it done.


Alternate Quick Audio Converter is currently free to try. According to the official site, it is an software that helps you convert audio files (such as mp3, wave, ogg, and some video formats). It supports English, French, German, Greek, Japanese and Turkish. It allows you to edit, play, and record digital audio as well as convert between main audio formats.

Back to the subject at hand, the content below will teach you how to correctly remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter on your PC. Just make it count :)


Quick Solution to Remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter in Windows

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Step 1. Download, install and launch Bloatware Uninstaller from your desktop.

Step 2. Select Quick Audio in the list, and click Run Analysis in the lower right corner. It will take just a few seconds.

Remove Alternate Quick Audio with Bloatware Uninstaller.

Step 3. Wait for it to finish scanning all the files, and click Complete Uninstall in the lower right corner to delete the files listed.


Step 4. Follow the prompts to move on, click Scan Leftovers, and click Delete Leftovers in the lower right corner to delete the leftovers listed.



Step 5. Click Back to step1 to check the currently installed programs, see if Quick Audio has been removed. For any question you don’t want to ask or problem you encounter, reach their customer service for immediate assistance.


Video Demonstration – Quickly Remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter

How to Regularly Remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter in Windows?

First of all, the account you’re using to login the system should have the administrative rights, which allow you to make changes on the operating systems without providing password. But if your system never had a second account, ignore this, then start the removal right away:

Step One: Shut down Alternate Quick Audio Converter.

Quit the Alternate Quick Audio Converter program from running in the background no matter what. It may not be necessary towards the removal of some programs, but just in case.

Step Two: Remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter by activating its built-in uninstaller.

Way 1: Right-click on the Start button in the bottom-left corner of your screen, then select Programs and Features > Double-click Alternate Quick Audio Converter to activate its default uninstaller。

Way 2: Open the File Explore by clicking the folder icon on the Taskbar > Navigate to this location: X (the hard drive you installed the program on):\Programs Files (x86)\Alternate Quick Audio Converter\ > Double-click the executable file name unins000.exe to activate its default uninstaller.

Remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter in Windows.

Step Three: Confirmation.

> Follow the on-screen instruction to confirm the uninstall
> When you’re asked “Do you want to delete the configuration files as well?”, click Yes if you don’t plant to reinstall Quick Audio (check the option “Confirm each folder” to confirm the configuration files you’re going to delete); otherwise click No.
> Wait for the built-in uninstaller to finish its part. Then we get to clean out the lingering files.



Step Four: Open the Windows Registry Editor.

Way 1: Hit Windows key + C on your keyboard to open the Charms > Select Search > enter “regedit” in the input field.

Way 2: Type “regedit” in the Search input field on the Taskbar > Hit Enter on your keyboard.

Step Five: Delete the leftovers to fully remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter from your PC.

If there is no other program of Alternate Tools (the publisher) on your system, you may navigate to these folders and delete them:
> HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Alternate Tools\


Then on the navigator of Registry Editor, click Edit > Find… > search for “Alternate Tools/Quick Audio” > Delete the file (s)/folder (s) if found.

Step 6: Restart your PC to take effect.

Then check your system tray (right end of the Taskbar) and Task Manager (hit Ctrl + Alt + Del to open), if you don’t see Alternate Quick Audio Converter persist then the removal was successful.

What if I want to reinstall Alternate Quick Audio Convert back to my system?

To safely download the Quick Audio client without getting any unwanted bundle program, visit its official site:

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