Uninstall Netcut Version 3.0.119 – Specific Removal Tutorials

If you need specific guides to remove Netcut Version 3.0.119, we have them right under each subtitle in the following content.


Netcut Version 3.0.119 is a free tool that claims to protect you and your user ARP Spoofing and fiind out who is using your WiFi network within seconds. It allows you to check all devices (including Mac and iPhone) connected to your private network, no matter it’s wireless or wired. It will be much easier to share your broadband Internet Connection with friends who visit your house.

If you’re looking for instructions to uninstall this program along with these two, you have just visited the right page. There is more than one solution to remove Netcut Version 3.0.119 on Windows PC, just browse the whole page for the information you need. If there is anything you want to share with us, leave comments at the bottom of this page.


Method 1: Manually Remove Netcut Version 3.0.119

Perform the following steps (Apply to both Windows 8 and Windows 10) in Administrative Rights:

Step 1: Make sure Netcut Version 3.0.119 is not running.

1.1 In the bottom-right corner of your screen, check the System Tray. If you see the Netcut Version 3.0.119, right-click on it and select to close the program.

1.2 To make sure nothing related to the program is running in the back ground – right-click the Taskbar at the bottom of your screen. Find and End the processes related to the program.

Step 2: Remove Netcut Version 3.0.119 through its built-in uninstaller.

2.1 In the bottom-left corner of your screen, right-click on the Start button and select Programs and Features.

2.2 Now you’re looking at the list of currently installed programs on the computer, including your target and the above mention two bundled programs. Just double-click Netcut Version 3.0.119 to uninstall it first.

Uninstall Netcut Version 3.0.119

2.3 Follow the on-screen prompts to proceed with the removal – When you’re prompted with an option “Before you go, please briefly tell us why you decided to uninstall Netcut Version 3.0.119…We really appreciate your feedback, as it helps us make our software better for all users”, you can fill in the blank with your reason, or directly click “Uninstall” to continue.

2.4 Wait for the built-in uninstaller to finish its job. When you see “Uninstall successful. Registry Cleaner has been completely uninstalled from your computer”, click “Finish”.

Step 3: Remove the remaining files of Netcut Version 3.0.119.

Note: Please be sure you have uninstalled all the programs related to it via the Programs and Features, otherwise just skip this step.

3.1 Press and hold Windows key + C on your keyboard to open the Charms bar, and select Search, and enter “regedit” to open the Registry Editor.

3.2 (Optional) To back up the whole registry first, on the navigation, click File > Export…, type a name for the registry backup copy, and save it to your preferred location.

3.3 Navigate to the following folders and delete them:


3.4 To check for other remaining files of the program, click Edit > Find…on the navigator, and enter “Netcut” and delete them if found to completely remove Netcut Version 3.0.119 and its bundled programs.

3.5 If you haven’t restarted your computer once, restart it now. Then you can check whether the removal was successful.

Method 2: Remove Netcut Version 3.0.119 with A Trustworthy Tool

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

Step 2. Select Netcut Version 3.0.119 in the list, and click Run Analysis in the lower right corner. It will take just a few seconds.

Uninstall Netcut Version 3.0.119 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 Netcut Version 3.0.119 has been removed. For any question you don’t want to ask or problem you encounter, reach their customer service for immediate assistance.


Here is an example video:

This way you can easily remove any unwanted programs installed on the system. Then you can do the same to remove other unwanted or needless programs. Termly deleting those useless to you will free up quite a lot disk space, and improve your computer performance to some extent. Hopefully you always get everything under control and have an amazing experience.

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