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


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.


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 ...


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/


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 ...


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 ...


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 ...


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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