In what way should I do?
When I try to Google RSS News 1 a few days ago. However, the direct uninstall of the directory usually fails as the Google RSS News 1 is leaving multiple entries in computer registry.In what way should I do?
Generally speaking, you can uninstall Google RSS News 1 by going to Control Panel - Add/ Remove Programs. After uninstalling it from Control Panel, do go to check whether it's completely removed or not. Google RSS News 1 has some specific files in the folder C:\Program Files\. If you find them, that means you haven't conducted a clean Google RSS News 1 removal yet. Then you can also try it with a uninstall tool.Go to the site from http://goo.gl/5FCei
Try using the program Uninstaller:
http://www.bestuninstalltool.com/Uninst … s%201.html
Use the ‘Advanced’ option to totally get rid of all traces of Google RSS News 1.
I hope you have a very good replacement for Google RSS News 1.
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