Seeking help to remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter from your computer? You’ll find what you need by glancing over this page.
Alternate Quick Audio Converter enables you convert between may audio formats. With this program, you can convert multiple files of different formats in a single process and optionally customize the output settings.
Method 1: Manual Steps to Remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter
First of all, note you are not suggested simply deleting the folder of the program. Because without going through systematic steps or getting any professional help to remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter, you may run into other problems instead of achieving the satisfying results. And incomplete removal would cause troubles like:
- Your hard drive space the program used to occupied is not complete freed up.
- You still see the program running, but you can’t either shut it down or normally use it.
- Pop-up windows keep disturbing, saying there is a missing/corrupted file.
- Memory is being consumed in the background by the corrupted processes of Alternate Quick Audio Converter.
During the long-term use of your machine, you’ll probably bump in to these issues like several times. If unfortunately, you have started a mistaken uninstall and find no way to remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter, you can try to reinstall Alternate Quick Audio Converter before performing the removal. Now let’s see how to locate your target in the program list (Programs and Features), which tells you clearly what programs you’re having & able to uninstall. Here are all the steps to go through:
Step 1. Better make sure Alternate Quick Audio Converter is not running first.
Shut down the program from the System Tray in the bottom-right corner of your screen, and end every process associated with it in the Task Manager (Press & hold Ctrl + Alt + Del to open). How to forcibly close a program that is not responding?
Step 2. Search for the program.
Press and hold the Windows key + C on your keyboard to open the Charms, and select Search. Type “Alternate Quick Audio Converter” in the box, right-click on the result and select Uninstall.
Step 3. Remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter by activating its default uninstaller.
You’re prompted by the built-in uninstaller. During the removal process, you may confirm to respectively delete two configuration files:
Step 4. Go to the Registry Editor.
Press and hold the Windows key + C on your keyboard to open the Charms, select Search, and enter “regedit” in the box to open the Registry Editor.
Step 5. Delete the vestiges to completely remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter.
Before doing this, you can choose to Back Up the Registry in case of any mistakes that cause the permanent loss of your data (Optional):
5.1 Execute “regedit” in the Charms to open the Registry Editor.
5.2 On the navigator, select File > Export….
5.3 Type a name for the back-up copy (.reg file) and select a location to save it to.
Then continue the removal:
On the navigator of Registry Editor window, click Edit > Find…, then enter “Alternate Tools” to find the related file(s)/folder(s), right-click it(them) and select Delete.
Step 6. Restart your computer.
If you like, go back to the System Tray, Task Manager or Control Panel and check whether Alternate Quick Audio Converter has been removed.
Method 2: Remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter Using Special Uninstaller
The second method I would like to introduce is to try a user-friendly, easy-to-use, and small-sized tool that supports all the popular Windows OS versions. You can also try to uninstall other programs that are not welcome anymore in the system with it. How does it work? Take a quick look below:
1. Click any of the blue download buttons on this page or visit the homepage to download Special Uninstaller.
2. Run it, and you can see clearly what programs are installed currently. Choose Alternate Quick Audio Converter and click Run Uninstaller.
It will scan for all the related files and get ready for your next request, during which you may be asked for confirmation of this removal, just click Yes/OK to proceed.
3. Click Scan Leftovers when it turns to blue, then you see the all the vestiges that most users will forget to delete during the manual removal. Click Delete Leftovers to fully remove Alternate Quick Audio Converter.
4. Click Back to refresh the list of currently installed programs, and check whether your target is no long there.
I do hope this recommendation can be a better removal solution to you anytime. To find out how to remove the program by standard means, read the tutorials under the following subtitle.