How To Uninstall Windows Live Messenger
Learning how to uninstall Windows Live Messenger will allow users to uninstall a program that they deem unnecessary. Learning how to delete Windows Live Messenger takes a little patience and some basic know-how of your computer’s functions. It’s also a great way to learn about deleting other troublesome programs on your computer. Let’s begin by taking a look at the tools you need to delete Windows Live Messenger.
To delete Windows Live Messenger, you’ll need the following tools:
- Internet connection
- Basic computer navigational skills
- Turn on your computer. The first step to deleting Windows Live Messenger is turning on your computer. If you’re reading this article, then your computer might already be on. If not, begin by turning your computer on and letting it boot up. Once your computer is up and running, make sure that you turn off your Windows Live Messenger before attempting to delete it.
- Delete Windows Live Messenger. Once your computer is on, begin by going to your Start bar, visiting your Control Panel, then clicking on either “Edit Programs” or “Add or Remove Programs.” This process may differ from system to system, but is generally the same for every operating system.
- Next, highlight “Windows Live Messenger” and select “Remove” or “Delete.” Follow the steps that the uninstaller prompts you to do and you’ll have successfully deleted Windows Live Messenger from your system.
Once you’ve deleted Windows Live Messenger from your system, restart your system so that the changes that you made to your system will be in effect. If you decide to change your mind down the road, you can easily reinstall Windows Live Messenger to your system. Now you’ll be able to delete any troublesome program from your system with ease.