“How can I uninstall Internet Download Manager on my Windows 10? I don’t need this program anymore and I wish to perform a clean uninstall. I try to uninstall it from Control Panel but it seems to leave associated files in my system. What should I do to fully remove Internet Download Manager without causing trouble on my computer?”
As a download accelerator tool developed by Tonec, Inc., Internet Download Manager supports proxy servers, ftp and http protocols, firewalls, redirects, cookies, authorization, audio and video content processing. This software provides 30-day trial and the subscription price is $24.95. If you don’t want to pay for it after the trial expires, you can uninstall Internet Download Manager from your Windows PC.
Hereby we will offer you two method of uninstalling Internet Download Manager.
Users of different Windows system would take different steps to uninstall Internet Download Manager via Windows’ built-in Programs(Apps) & Features applet.
As the Internet Download Manager Uninstall wizard show up, follow the prompts:
Having problems when performing the uninstall steps above? Here are two tricks:
Tip 1. shut down Internet Download Manager if it is active
When a program is currently running, the uninstallation may fail to complete or some of the program components will not be deleted at all. If Internet Download Manager icon appears in the system tray, right click on it and choose Exit. If Internet Download Manager does not show up there, you can open up Task Manager to search for it.
Tip 2: reinstall Internet Download Manager if uninstall fails
What to do if Internet Download Manager doesn’t appear in the list of installed apps? Why there is no response when you click Uninstall option? Those situations could occur after you have removed Internet Download Manager improperly, or when Internet Download Manager are damaged/corrupted. To fix this issue, you can try to reinstall Internet Download Manager to cover the damaged files, and when Internet Download Manager is installed properly, you should be able to uninstall it normally.
Now, what to do after you have uninstalled Internet Download Manager? If you wish to have a clean uninstall, you should go ahead to clean up its leftovers, especially in the Registry. You can detect the program-associated items by doing these steps:
Note that any modification should be done after you make a backup of the whole Registry. Otherwise, if you delete unrelated entry, you will not be able to restore it.
Thinking about how to achieve a complete uninstall without hassle? Here we would like to recommend using a tool labeled Bloatware Uninstaller. It is a paid software that helps users to get rid of programs on Windows. First of all, let’s watch the video below to know how you can uninstall Internet Download Manager effortlessly:
Here are the simple steps you can follow to make full use of Bloatware Uninstaller:
Afterwards, click Back to Step 1 button to re-scan the installed programs on the system, and Internet Download Manager should disappear from the interface.
See? Using Bloatware Uninstaller allows you to remove Internet Download Manager by taking a few clicks. You don’t need to worry about any program leftovers anymore.