Your Protection Uninstaller - How to Remove and Uninstall Your Protection?
You may want to completely remove Your Protection for the reason that it seems to be corrupted or outdated, which leads to frequent error messages, etc. But sometimes fully uninstalling and removing Your Protection can be pretty tough.
Generally speaking, users can uninstall Your Protection by going to Control Panel - Add/ Remove Programs. After uninstalling it from Control Panel, do go to check whether it's completely removed or not. Your Protection has some specific files in the folder C:\Program Files\. If you find them, that means you haven't conducted a clean Your Protection removal yet.
Why not consider a professional Your Protection Uninstaller?
As we know, Add/ Remove Programs can't uninstall half-uninstalled or corrupted programs, so here we recommend you get rid of your program with a professional and trusted Your Protection uninstaller named Best Uninstall Tool. Best Uninstall Tool can help you easily delete all leftover files, and it also has the extra benefit of being able to clean up all related registry values and/or dll files, so that you can successfully uninstall Your Protection finally.
Best Uninstall Tool can help you fully uninstall Your Protection with its three key functions
Note: before trying to remove the program with Best Uninstall Tool, you should disable the whole Your Protection first, which is also required when using any other similar removal tools. If you are not sure whether you have shut it down completely or not, you can go into the safe mode by pressing F8 on reboot (this is required especially when uninstalling some powerful but hard-to-remove antivirus programs).
Function one: Uninstall
Most of the time, users can remove Your Protection with the "Uninstall"; function of Best Uninstall Tool
—— Double click the program to be uninstalled in "Display Name" list to start the removal
If the program is not in "Display Name" list, it is still on your computer after "Uninstall", it is a half-uninstalled or corrupted one, etc, well then please go to "Force Uninstall" or "Special Uninstall".
Function two: Force Uninstall
—— Find the Your Protection directory directly in the hard drive where you locate the program to be uninstalled
—— Right click the folder to select "Force Uninstall" to start the Your Protection removal
After doing so, please reboot your computer, and run "Force Uninstall" again to check if the program is uninstalled completely.
Function three: Special Uninstall
——Click "Special uninstall" on the main interface
——Click "YES" to skip pop-up "First please try the 'Uninstall' function"
——Double click the Your Protection to be uninstalled in the list to start the removal
Note: "Special Uninstall" is only for specific programs in that list.