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How Do I Fully Remove SurfOpenly – Guides for Windows Users

Here you will learn how to correctly remove SurfOpenly on your PC and other practical information about Windows.
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In some countries and regions, you’re restricted to visit some websites and services. SurfOpenly was created specifically for providing access to those websites or services. This application will connect you to one of many Virtual Private Networks from around the world without distracting you with anything. Besides, it is free to use.
But if you’ve decided to remove SurfOpenly for some reason, refer to the following content which will guide you through the correct removal process.
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How to Correctly Remove SurfOpenly in Windows?

Perform the following steps in Administrative Rights:

Part 1: Make sure SurfOpenly is not running.

1.1 In the bottom-right corner of your screen, right-click the program icon on the System Tray, then select to quit the program.
1.2 To make sure nothing related to the program is running in the back ground, right-click on the Taskbar and select Task Manager. Find and End the processes related to the program.
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Part 2: Remove SurfOpenly from the system.

2.1 Hit Windows key + C on your keyboard to open the Charms bar, and select Search.
2.2 In the box type “SurfOpenly” — the name of the program you wish to remove, right-click on the result and select Uninstall.
2.3 Then you see SurfOpenly in the list of currently installed programs, double-click it to activate the removal.
Remove SurfOpenly in Windows.
2.4 Provide confirmation when it’s needed.
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2.5 Follow the prompts to restart your computer, or do it in the end of this cleaning job.

Part 3: Remove the remaining files of SurfOpenly.

3.1 Again, hit Windows key + C on your keyboard to open the Charms bar, and select Search, and enter “regedit” to open the Registry Editor.
3.2 (Optional) On the navigator, click File > Export…, type a name for the registry backup copy, and save it to your preferred location.
3.3 On the navigator, click Edit > Find…, enter “SurfOpenly” to search for the remaining files of the program, and delete them if found to completely remove SurfOpenly.

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3.4 If you haven’t restarted your computer in Step 2.5, restart it now. Then you can check whether the removal was successful.

A Simpler Way to Remove SurfOpenly & Other Unwanted Programs

Another solution I would like to introduce is an easy-to-use, 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:

Step 1: Click any of the blue download buttons on this page or visit the homepage to download Special Uninstaller.
Step 2: Run it, and you can see clearly what programs are installed currently. Choose SurfOpenly and hit Run Uninstaller.
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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.
Step 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 SurfOpenly.
Clicking back to refresh the list of currently installed programs, and check whether your target is no long there. You can perform the same steps to remove other needless programs and free up some disk space. I do hope this recommendation can be a better removal solution to you anytime.

More to Know – 3 VPNs You Can Get Online

OpenVPN (Windows/Mac/linux, Free)
OpenVPN is an open source VPN server that’s efficient to set up for you with open source VPN clients. It’s easy to export configuration files from OpenVPN to import into a variety of open source and commercial clients. But its system isn’t compatible with popular commercial VPN providers.
Cisco VPN (Windows/Mac/Linux, Variable Cost)
Cisco has a high market saturation in corporate and educational environments, and for many of you, any experience you’ve had with virtual private networks is through such exposure. You can download the free client for Windows and Mac, but it doesn’t have the 64-bit support.
LogMeln Hamachi (Windows/Mac Linux, Free)
Hamachi’s strongest attribute is its ease of use. Install the client on all the machines and devices you want to connect in to your network, add them to your Hamachi VPN, and you’re done. Dead simple.
Towards how to better remove SurfOpenly on PC, if you have any question to ask or anything to share, feel free to leave comments below.

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