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In Activity Monitor, search for and Force Quit "Sync Finder Extension". Afterwards you can remove BitTorrent Sync.app from Applications.


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Open Internet Explorer >> Tools Menu >> Then select Internet Options >> Then Advanced tab.> then select reset at the button Then tick Personal Settings and >> Reset again. and you are Done.


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You could use PowerShell and WMI to find programs based on search patterns, and then issue an uninstall. Here's an example script I've used successfully many times: $apps = Get-WmiObject -Query "SELECT * FROM Win32_Product WHERE Name like '%Partial Product Name%'" foreach ($app in $apps) { "Name = " + $app.name $app.Uninstall() } So, for ...


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It's possible but not via Windows. You would need 3rd party software to uninstall in bulk. Here is a list of some good ones: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/install-uninstall-programs-bulk-windows/


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Both of the answers above are still relevant but with Version 2 occured a new problem: You cannot delete the sync.app because there are plug-ins running: 'The item “BitTorrent Sync” can’t be moved to the Trash because some of its plugins are in use.' The quick and dirty solution: You need to quit both "Sync Finder Extension" and "CMFSyncAgent" via ...


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First take a backup of existing database using mysqldump and stop mysql server. then follow these sudo rm /usr/local/mysql sudo rm -rf /usr/local/mysql* sudo rm -rf /Library/StartupItems/MySQLCOM sudo rm -rf /Library/PreferencePanes/My* edit /etc/hostconfig and remove the line MYSQLCOM=-YES- rm -rf ~/Library/PreferencePanes/My* sudo rm -rf ...


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You can figure out which of the C++ libraries are needed by first uninstalling all the crap, games and freebes from HP, then after 1-2 days uninstall all C++ libraries. Be aware that some of the remaining programs may need them and if one of the uninstalled programs gives you errors that means it needs C++ version x. It will be a quick search to see what the ...


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If Using rEFInd 0.8.4 or later use the following commands to remove completely, as it gets installed on the hidden EFI Partition: [[ -d /efi/refind ]] && sudo rm -R -f /efi/refind [[ -d /EFI/refind ]] && sudo rm -R -f /EFI/refind efivol=$(diskutil list | grep " EFI " | grep -o 'disk.*' | head -n 1) sudo mount -t msdos /dev/${efivol} ...



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