MultiCommander (Win32) MultiCommander (Win32)

A guide to uninstall MultiCommander (Win32) from your system

You can find on this page detailed information on how to uninstall MultiCommander (Win32) for Windows. The Windows version was created by Mathias Svensson. Further information on Mathias Svensson can be seen here. MultiCommander (Win32) is typically set up in the C:\Program Files (x86)\MultiCommander folder, regulated by the user's decision. C:\Program Files (x86)\MultiCommander\Uninstall MultiCommander.exe is the full command line if you want to uninstall MultiCommander (Win32). MultiCommander (Win32)'s primary file takes about 4.30 MB (4506624 bytes) and its name is MultiCommander.exe.

MultiCommander (Win32) installs the following the executables on your PC, occupying about 5.79 MB (6066314 bytes) on disk.

  • MCAdmin.exe (266.00 KB)
  • MultiCommander.exe (4.30 MB)
  • MultiCrashReport.exe (410.00 KB)
  • MultiUpdate.exe (764.50 KB)
  • Uninstall MultiCommander.exe (82.63 KB)

This info is about MultiCommander (Win32) version alone. You can find below a few links to other MultiCommander (Win32) releases: to view all...

A way to erase MultiCommander (Win32) using Advanced Uninstaller PRO

MultiCommander (Win32) is a program marketed by Mathias Svensson. Sometimes, computer users want to erase this program. This can be hard because performing this manually takes some experience regarding removing Windows applications by hand. One of the best SIMPLE manner to erase MultiCommander (Win32) is to use Advanced Uninstaller PRO. Here are some detailed instructions about how to do this:

1. If you don't have Advanced Uninstaller PRO already installed on your system, add it. This is good because Advanced Uninstaller PRO is an efficient uninstaller and all around utility to take care of your PC.


2. Start Advanced Uninstaller PRO. It's recommended to take some time to admire the program's design and wealth of tools available. Advanced Uninstaller PRO is a powerful package of tools.

3. Press the General Tools category
Go to General Tools

4. Activate the Uninstall Programs button
Go to Uninstall Programs

5. All the applications existing on your PC will appear

6. Scroll the list of applications until you find MultiCommander (Win32) or simply activate the Search field and type in "MultiCommander (Win32)". If it exists on your system the MultiCommander (Win32) application will be found automatically. Notice that after you select MultiCommander (Win32) in the list of programs, the following information about the application is available to you:

  • Safety rating (in the lower left corner). This tells you the opinion other users have about MultiCommander (Win32), from "Highly recommended" to "Very dangerous".
  • Reviews by other users - Press the Read reviews button.
  • Details about the program you are about to uninstall, by pressing the Properties button.
7. Click the Uninstall button. A confirmation page will show up. Confirm the uninstall by clicking the Uninstall button. Advanced Uninstaller PRO will remove MultiCommander (Win32).
Uninstall MultiCommander (Win32)

8. After uninstalling MultiCommander (Win32), Advanced Uninstaller PRO will offer to run a cleanup. Press Next to perform the cleanup. All the items that belong MultiCommander (Win32) which have been left behind will be found and you will be able to delete them. By removing MultiCommander (Win32) with Advanced Uninstaller PRO, you are assured that no Windows registry entries, files or directories are left behind on your system.

Your Windows system will remain clean, speedy and able to run without errors or problems.


Geographical user distribution

  • Windows 7 (6.1)
Software Application


This page is not a piece of advice to remove MultiCommander (Win32) by Mathias Svensson from your computer, nor are we saying that MultiCommander (Win32) by Mathias Svensson is not a good software application. This text simply contains detailed info on how to remove MultiCommander (Win32) in case you decide this is what you want to do. Here you can find registry and disk entries that other software left behind and Advanced Uninstaller PRO stumbled upon and classified as "leftovers" on other users' computers.

2016-12-23 / Written by Dan Armano for Advanced Uninstaller PRO

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Last update on: 2016-12-23 16:04:43.120