I use BitTorrent on my peer to peer network for file sharing. Suddenly it has stopped work so I want to uninstall it from my computer. I am using Windows XP operating system. Can anyone tell me the process to delete BitTorrent?
asked on 11th Jun 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
BitTorrent can be removed either from the control panel or its uninstaller.
Steps to remove it using the control panel:
1Navigate to the "Start" menu and click "Settings" then "Control Panel." If you are running XP, you can simply navigate to the Control Panel.
2Locate the "add or remove Programs" icon and double-click on it.
3Find the name of your bittorrent client on the program list and click on it.
4Click on "Remove" and affirm that you want to remove the program when you are prompted for confirmation.
5Close the "add or remove" dialog box and then close the Control Panel window.
6Navigate to "My Computer," either by double-clicking on the desktop icon or through the "Start" menu.
7Find and double-click your hard drive icon.
8Locate the "Programs" folder, double-click on it and find the folder with the name of your bittorrent client.
9Delete the folder. The bittorrent client will now be unistalled.
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