Windows 7: All files and settings on your computer will be gone if you uninstall Windows 8.1.
How do I uninstall Windows 7?
Read more If you’ve followed the steps above, your computer won’t need to be restarted.
But if you don’t have the time or space to manually uninstall all your files and folders, Microsoft offers a few options for you to choose from.
Here are the recommended methods for the Windows 7 process.1: Remove all the files and data that are on your hard drive or in your storage media.
The easiest way to do this is to remove the folder called “My Documents” on your desktop.
Open this folder and then open a text editor to edit the following text: Delete everything in this folder from your computer.
(or you can remove the text in your taskbar and then copy and paste it.)2: Delete all the data files on your local network.
Open the Microsoft OneDrive web browser and navigate to your computer’s local network and click “Delete All”.
If you’re unsure whether you need to delete your local computer’s data, you can also use a program like Norton or Avast to delete these files.3: Delete any applications or files that you’ve created.
You can also remove these files using the Windows Explorer program.
If you use Windows 8, open the Start menu, click the “Control Panel” tab and then select “Programs and Features”.4: Remove your computer from the internet.
Open a web browser, click “My Computer” in the lower left, then click “Control” from the pop-up menu.
Click “Turn off Internet” in that window.5: Uninstall all the programs you have installed on your PC.
If this sounds too simple, don’t worry.
You will need to do a lot of tasks, but these steps can be performed automatically.1, 2, 3: Open a command prompt window and type “reg delete” to remove all the registry keys that have a .REG extension.
If there are any, you should remove them.
If your registry settings are already set to remove them, you will need the help of a tool like Registry Analyzer.
You can also manually delete the files by typing “reg add” in your command prompt.
For example, to delete the registry key for “MyComputer.com”, type ” reg delete ” at the command prompt, and then press enter.2, 3, 4: Delete your desktop wallpaper.
Open up a text document, then right-click on it and select “Edit”.
Then, type “wipe cache and settings” in a text box, then press “OK”.3, 4, 5: Remove the “Start” and “Exit” buttons from the Start Menu.
Select “Control Center”, then “System and Security” and then “Task Manager”.
The “Start Up” and the “Shutdown” buttons will now disappear.
You should now see a message “Your computer is now uninstalled.”6: Remove any Windows applications that are installed on the computer.
Open Windows Explorer and then navigate to the folder that you want to remove, then select the folder and press “Uninstall”.
You can uninstall a program by typing the command “reg uninstall /x” at the prompt.
For example, if you want your computer to be uninstalled from Windows Update, you would type the command: “reg uninstall /x”.
The next time you restart your computer, you’ll need to remove Windows from the system.
The Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro editions of Windows have the ability to uninstall apps and programs from your system, but they also remove all Windows files and registry settings.
If any of these are on the desktop, they will need a reboot.1) Open a Command Prompt window, click on the “Program Files” icon in the taskbar, then navigate there.2) Type “regedit” at this prompt, then type “msiexec /x”, then press Enter.3) Type a list of all the applications you have on your machine, and press Enter to remove these applications.4) Type the following command at the Command Prompt prompt to uninstall all of your Windows files: “regeit /x /f /q”5) Type in the following commands to remove any Windows settings from your desktop, including the “Desktop”, “Accessories”, “Startup”, “Shutdowns”, and “Autostart”.6) Type ‘reg delete /x’ to remove registry keys for the following programs: “Start”, “Service” and, most likely, “Start Menu”.7) Type: “msyms /f” to get all your system files from the Windows Media Center.8) Type this command to remove your desktop and Start menu icons from the start menu.9) Type your password for the Task Manager.10) Type msiexe /x to remove Microsoft’s “Start-up”