10
Jul
2010



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ByeTunes

iTunes is the well-known Apple software to download music and synchronize your Apple devices. If for any reason, you don’t want to use it anymore and you wish to remove and uninstall from your computer, I have just got an interesting tool which, in a couple of steps, will let you get rid of  the hated iTunes, for good!

Bye iTunes is a free tool which does just one simple thing. It removes iTunes from your computer and from your life…and it does it very well!  The program will remove all traces of iTunes. It starts its job by killing the  explorer.exe process. After this it will delete iTunes from your machine, automatically and without any help from your side.  Here is a small list of what it will uninstall from your PC:

  • All Bonjour services related ot iTunes.
  • iTunes services.
  • Registry keys.
  • Shortcuts and directories.



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5 Comments to “How to Remove and Uninstall iTunes from your Computer”

  1. scotty777 Says:

    Here is a link to a dedicated website that was set up to help people install and or uninstall iTunes properly. It can keep you from going completely nuts if you run into any problems trying to install, reinstall or uninstall iTunes! The blog has step by step instructions on it to help you if you can’t remove or install iTunes for any reason or if it was corrupted in somehow. It also has links that have helped a lot of people from going completely nuts with iTunes problems:

    http://HowToUninstalliTunes.com

    If you still have problems try a good software removal utility: http://uninstallmysoftware.com

  2. DDK Says:

    Web Talk..Interesting, maybe a false positive. I’m using Panda Cloud antivirus and it flagged it as a virus after the program finished attempting iTunes uninstall. Went to C:/Program Files and found Apple services still on the drive, went to the C:/Users directory, found a whole bunch of iTunes leftovers on that. Could not uninstall any iTunes programs that bye tunes missed, finally was able to get rid of all iTunes files after a system restore in safe mode, then uninstall using Revo Uninstaller. I am on Vista SP2, could be an OS issue, glad you didn’t have problems.

  3. Web Talk Says:

    My Norman and Antivir Antivirus didnt report anything here.

  4. DDK Says:

    Panda flagged this as a virus… & it did not remove iTunes. Careful with this one.

  5. mmg1818 Says:

    delete and .mp3 .m4v ?


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