How to Uninstall Google Check with Proper Methods

Google Check is a third-party Windows software that provides extra functions to fit your needs, but you may also decide to Google Check temporarily or permanently for personal reasons, like Google Check does not work as you expect, a newer version is needed to be installed, or you just wanna free up some space on your hard disk. If installed correctly, most Windows programs can be uninstalled via Add/Remove Programs applet. However, some stubborn, corrupted or malicious programs or plugins can be a bit tough to fully remove from the system, especially for those novice users. Here are some potential problems you might encounter when trying to Google Check:

Have no idea how to Google Check without causing troubles? Get lost in dealing with these uninstall issues and find no way out yet? Calm down. Since you come to this website, you will learn some useful tricks to accomplish Google Check removal. Read on.

Manually Remove Google Check on PC

Part 1: Uninstall Google Check From Start Menu

When you install Google Check onto your PC, it will be added to the program list located in Windows Control Panel. The conventional way to get rid of any program running on Windows OS is to head to the Start menu. But what upset users the most is the remnants left after uninstalling Google Check by this way. Well, a complete uninstall is necessary to keep your computer clean and organized. If you have no clue how to Google Check without trace left, please follow the removal instructions below.

1. Deactivate Google Check Via Task Manager

2. Activate Google Check Default Uninstaller

For Windows 7 users:

For Windows 8 users:

For Windows 10 users:

Tip 1 : Google Check may fail to complete the uninstallation when some of its executable files are missing or corrupted. If you mistakenly deleted something necessary before uninstallation, or the default uninstalled has been damaged, Google Check may not appear in the installed program list, and error messages may show up to interrupt or end normal uninstall. In that case you need to run the Google Check installation package to cover missing/corrupted files, and then Google Check from Control Panel again. Some installers may give you an option to uninstall older or problematic version.

Tip 2 : If Google Check has been installed properly but it still fails to respond when you click Uninstall button, this program may prevent itself from being uninstalled. For those stubborn/hidden/malicious software, rebooting your computer in Safe Mode is a good way to remove them effectively. To enter into Safe Mode, do the following:

  • Press Windows + R together to open the Run dialog box.
  • Input "msconfig" in the Open: field and click OK.
  • Click the Boot tab in System Configuration window.
  • Tick the checkbox "Safe boot" and click OK.
  • Click Restart in the pop-up dialog to boot into Safe Mode.
  • Google Check using the Control Panel again.
  • Uncheck the Safe boot option to exit Safe Mode.

Alternatively, you can activate Google Check built-in uninstaller by accessing to its instillation folder (usually located in C:/Program Files) and running the file named Uninstall.exe or Unins000.exe. To help locate the installation folder, you can do these: right click Google Check shortcut on the desktop, choose Properties option in the list, click Open File Location within the new window, and then navigate to Google Check installation folder.

Part 2: Delete Google Check Leftovers Manually

Since you have uninstalled Google Check from Control Panel, you may think Google Check removal has been done. Actually it is not yet. Once installed, Google Check may add hidden plugins, create cache folders, change registry entries and otherwise modify your system settings, while Windows default uninstaller may not do good in fully removing the preference settings, temporary files, cache folders, and especially registry entries. Those residual files can be very large to occupy your disk space, and they will degrade your PC performance if you don't try to clean them up. To avoid overweight registry and disordered system , you should continue with next two steps:

1. Delete Leftovers in Disk

  • Head to Start>Control Panel>Appearance and Personalization>Folder Options, and then select the View tab.
  • Check the "Show hidden files and folders" in Advanced settings and click OK.
  • Click This PC on the desktop(or press Windows + E ) to open File Explorer.
  • Type Google Check in the Search Bar and wait a few seconds for scanning result.
  • Identify Google Check components in the result and delete them permanently.

2. Delete Leftovers in Registry

  • Go to Start > Run, type "regedit" and hit Enter to launch Registry Editor.
  • Click Yes if you are prompted to give confirmation in UAC dialog.
  • Press Control +F together to open the Find box and then type Google Check there.
  • Hit Enter (and then F3) to locate the entries associated with Google Check.
  • Right click on the keys or values and choose delete option in the list.

Notice: Manually deleting entries in your registry can be quite risk-taking if you are not so adept at advanced computer operation. Any mis-operation there may pose potential threat on your system. Even for experienced users it can be time-consuming to thoroughly delete Google Check traces in registry. So use Registry Editor at your own risk, and make full use of the backup & restore function as a precaution act.

How Can I Get Rid Of Google Check Easily & Quickly?

Still have trouble in getting rid of Google Check? Look for an all-in-one solution to Google Check uninstall issues? A good general-purpose uninstaller may be a better option for you. Total Uninstaller is a lightweight but powerful tool that can help you perfectly remove hidden/troublesome/malicious programs. It works with most type of Windows programs and you can effortlessly uninstall any unwanted program in three simple steps. Here are the detailed instructions to remove Google Check by using Total Uninstaller:

  • First turn off Google Check and then double click to launch Total Uninstaller.
  • Click Google Check icon on the right and click Run Analysis button to proceed.
  • Click Complete Uninstall after Google Check components have been scanned out.
  • Click Yes in the pop-up dialog to confirm the uninstallation of Google Check.
  • Follow the uninstall wizard to Google Check from your computer.
  • Click Scan Leftovers and then Delete Leftovers to perform complete removal.
  • Click Yes in the pop-up dialog and then OK to finish Google Check removal.

Total Uninstaller is a easy-to-use tool designed for both advanced and inexperienced users. Three intuitive buttons guide you through the Google Check removal smoothly. If Google Check does not in the list of installed programs, Total Uninstaller also offers the Force Uninstall mode that allows you to locate individual programs/files and then to wipe them out completely. How to forcibly remove Google Check by using Total Uninstaller:

  • Run Total Uninstaller and then click "Cannot find the program?" in Step 1.
  • Browser folder directory, locate the Google Check installation folder, and then click OK.
  • Click Scan button and then Yes in the dialog box to scan Google Check components.
  • Click Delete Leftovers in Step 3 and then Yes to force Google Check.

To sum up, this article offers detailed instructions to guide Windows users to uninstall Google Check properly. Hope that helps you resolve the issues you encounter in getting rid of Google Check. If not, feel free to leave your comments here so we can improve this post latter.

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