Here are three common problems when Windows users try to uninstall IrfanView:
Encounter one of those issues on your PC? Read through this post to find the answers.
First of all, we would like to introduce a hassle-free solution to guide you through the complete removal of IrfanView on Windows. If you want to know the regular way to remove IrfanView, jump to the second heading and perform a manual uninstallation.
Now watch the video clip to know how you can uninstall IrfanView effortlessly:
Here are the three simple stages you will go through if using Bloatware Uninstaller:
After that, you can click Back to Step 1 to re-scan the installed programs. IrfanView is supposed to be disappear in the interface, and you can close Bloatware Uninstaller.
Don’t want to pay for the software and insist on uninstalling IrfanView by your own? You can also try the conventional means (Windows Add/Remove Programs) to uninstall IrfanView first, and then manually remove its leftovers. Here is how to do:
When a program is currently running, the uninstallation may fail to complete or some of the program components will not be deleted at all. So do the preparation first.
If IrfanView icon appears in the system tray, right click on it and choose Exit.
If IrfanView does not show up there, open Task Manager to check again:
Depending on the Windows version running on your PC, you may take different steps:
As the IrfanView Uninstall wizard show up, click Yes button, and then OK to exit.
How to troubleshoot the issue that IrfanView doesn’t appear in the list of installed apps or there is no response when you click Uninstall option? That could occur after you have removed IrfanView improperly, or when IrfanView are damaged/corrupted. If necessary, you can consider to reinstall IrfanView to cover the damaged uninstaller.
How to troubleshoot the incomplete removal of IrfanView components? You can utilize the Find function to detect program-associated items in the hidden Registry:
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.
After you have uninstalled IrfanView from Start menu and removed IrfanView-related entries in Registry, IrfanView should have totally gone from your Windows system. Compared with the first solution shown above, the conventional means could be a little complicated and time-consuming for ordinary users. What do you think about it?