This info is about FileSeek 5.0.1 for Windows. Here you can find details on how to remove it from your PC. It was developed for Windows by A way to uninstall FileSeek 5.0.1 from your systemBinary Fortress Software
. More information about Binary Fortress Software can be read here
. You can read more about on FileSeek 5.0.1 at http://www.fileseek.ca
. Usually the FileSeek 5.0.1 application is installed in the C:\Program Files\FileSeek directory, depending on the user's option during install. C:\Program Files\FileSeek\unins000.exe is the full command line if you want to remove FileSeek 5.0.1. FileSeek.exe is the programs's main file and it takes around 2.62 MB (2745872 bytes) on disk.
FileSeek 5.0.1 installs the following the executables on your PC, occupying about 3.75 MB (3927080
bytes) on disk.
- FileSeek.exe (2.62 MB)
- unins000.exe (1.13 MB)
This page is about FileSeek 5.0.1 version 188.8.131.52
FileSeek 5.0.1 is an application released by the software company Binary Fortress Software. Sometimes, users choose to remove this application. This is efortful because deleting this manually takes some advanced knowledge related to removing Windows programs manually. One of the best SIMPLE solution to remove FileSeek 5.0.1 is to use Advanced Uninstaller PRO. Take the following steps on how to do this: A way to erase FileSeek 5.0.1 from your PC with Advanced Uninstaller PRO
1. If you don't have Advanced Uninstaller PRO on your system, install it. This is a good step because Advanced Uninstaller PRO is a very efficient uninstaller and all around utility to optimize your system.DOWNLOAD NOW
- go to http://www.advanceduninstaller.com/download/
- download the setup by pressing the green DOWNLOAD NOW button
- set up Advanced Uninstaller PRO
2. Run Advanced Uninstaller PRO. It's recommended to take some time to admire the program's design and number of features available. Advanced Uninstaller PRO is a very useful package of tools.
3. Click on the General Tools category
4. Activate the Uninstall Programs button
5. A list of the programs existing on the computer will be made available to you
6. Scroll the list of programs until you locate FileSeek 5.0.1 or simply click the Search field and type in "FileSeek 5.0.1". If it exists on your system the FileSeek 5.0.1 program will be found very quickly. Notice that after you click FileSeek 5.0.1 in the list of apps, some data regarding the program is made available to you:
- Safety rating (in the left lower corner). This tells you the opinion other users have regarding FileSeek 5.0.1, ranging from "Highly recommended" to "Very dangerous".
- Opinions by other users - Click on the Read reviews button.
- Technical information regarding the program you want to remove, by pressing the Properties button.
For example you can see that for FileSeek 5.0.1:
- The publisher is: http://www.fileseek.ca
- The uninstall string is: C:\Program Files\FileSeek\unins000.exe
7. Click the Uninstall button. A confirmation dialog will come up. Confirm the removal by clicking the Uninstall button. Advanced Uninstaller PRO will then uninstall FileSeek 5.0.1.
8. After uninstalling FileSeek 5.0.1, Advanced Uninstaller PRO will offer to run a cleanup. Press Next to start the cleanup. All the items that belong FileSeek 5.0.1 that have been left behind will be detected and you will be able to delete them. By uninstalling FileSeek 5.0.1 with Advanced Uninstaller PRO, you can be sure that no Windows registry entries, files or folders are left behind on your disk.
Your Windows computer will remain clean, speedy and able to run without errors or problems.DOWNLOAD NOW
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The text above is not a piece of advice to uninstall FileSeek 5.0.1 by Binary Fortress Software from your PC, we are not saying that FileSeek 5.0.1 by Binary Fortress Software is not a good application. This text simply contains detailed info on how to uninstall FileSeek 5.0.1 in case you decide this is what you want to do. 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: 2016-06-19 07:23:26.957