This page contains thorough information on how to remove Photo-Reactor 1.1 for Windows. It was created for Windows by How to uninstall Photo-Reactor 1.1 from your PCMediachance.com
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. More information about the software Photo-Reactor 1.1 can be found at http://www.mediachance.com/
. Usually the Photo-Reactor 1.1 program is to be found in the C:\Program Files\PhotoReactor folder, depending on the user's option during setup. Photo-Reactor 1.1's entire uninstall command line is C:\Program Files\PhotoReactor\unins000.exe. The application's main executable file is named PhotoReactor.exe and its approximative size is 6.38 MB (6689280 bytes).
Photo-Reactor 1.1 contains of the executables below. They take 7.06 MB (7404318
bytes) on disk.
- PhotoReactor.exe (6.38 MB)
- unins000.exe (698.28 KB)
The current page applies to Photo-Reactor 1.1 version 1.1
Photo-Reactor 1.1 is a program by the software company Mediachance.com. Frequently, computer users try to erase this application. This is hard because performing this manually requires some experience related to Windows program uninstallation. The best SIMPLE procedure to erase Photo-Reactor 1.1 is to use Advanced Uninstaller PRO. Here are some detailed instructions about how to do this: How to uninstall Photo-Reactor 1.1 from your computer with Advanced Uninstaller PRO
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3. Click on the General Tools button
4. Click on the Uninstall Programs button
5. A list of the applications installed on your computer will be shown to you
6. Scroll the list of applications until you find Photo-Reactor 1.1 or simply click the Search field and type in "Photo-Reactor 1.1". If it is installed on your PC the Photo-Reactor 1.1 program will be found automatically. After you select Photo-Reactor 1.1 in the list of programs, some information regarding the application is made available to you:
- Safety rating (in the lower left corner). The star rating tells you the opinion other people have regarding Photo-Reactor 1.1, from "Highly recommended" to "Very dangerous".
- Opinions by other people - Click on the Read reviews button.
- Details regarding the app you want to uninstall, by clicking on the Properties button.
For example you can see that for Photo-Reactor 1.1:
- The web site of the application is: http://www.mediachance.com/
- The uninstall string is: C:\Program Files\PhotoReactor\unins000.exe
7. Click the Uninstall button. A confirmation page will show up. accept the removal by clicking the Uninstall button. Advanced Uninstaller PRO will automatically remove Photo-Reactor 1.1.
8. After removing Photo-Reactor 1.1, Advanced Uninstaller PRO will ask you to run a cleanup. Click Next to perform the cleanup. All the items of Photo-Reactor 1.1 which have been left behind will be detected and you will be able to delete them. By removing Photo-Reactor 1.1 with Advanced Uninstaller PRO, you can be sure that no Windows registry entries, files or directories are left behind on your computer.
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The text above is not a piece of advice to remove Photo-Reactor 1.1 by Mediachance.com from your computer, nor are we saying that Photo-Reactor 1.1 by Mediachance.com is not a good application for your computer. This text only contains detailed instructions on how to remove Photo-Reactor 1.1 supposing you want to. The information above contains registry and disk entries that our application Advanced Uninstaller PRO discovered and classified as "leftovers" on other users' computers.
Last update on: 2016-08-14 10:56:34.670