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I plan to uninstall Chrome completely. How can I do it?

When I say completely, I mean all of the profile related data, the cached files, the settings, everything.

Does the default uninstall (via Add/Remove programs) do all of the above and more?

My operating system is Windows 7 x64.

EDIT

I found these two links here and here.

I am going to attempt both of these, I will let you know how it proceeds shortly.

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Revo Uninstaller is perfect for this. It has options for how extreme an uninstall you want to do. Choose the most comprehensive one.

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+1 for a working solution! Thanks! But, do I have to install another product to uninstall an existing one? Instead, is there an alternate solution? How would I fare if I just went ahead and deleted the folder C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Google – Kanini Dec 12 '10 at 1:39
    
@Kanini: you would still have a lot of left over junk in the computer... – studiohack Dec 12 '10 at 1:56
    
@studiohack: Thanks! And, how do I get ride of all that left over junk? – Kanini Dec 12 '10 at 2:03
    
@Kanini: I agree with @nrhine1: Revo Uninstaller is a very good tool for this kind of thing. well worth the install...I use it all the time myself, and it just finds and cleans so much junk! – studiohack Dec 12 '10 at 2:06

Iobit Uninstaller is a light and FREE tool that helps you to remove unwanted programs and folders without any hassle and I use all the time when needing to remove programs from my PC (instead of using the default Add/Remove Programs option in Windows Explorer).

Features include:

  • Remove Unwanted Programs and Folders Super Fast
  • 1-Click Removal of Annoying Stubborn Toolbars
  • No More Leftovers with "Powerful Scan" and "Forced Uninstall"
  • Portable version also available

It works along similar lines as the aforementioned Revo Uninstaller as mentioned by @nrhine1.

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