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All the time I see people are complaining about program’s removal online, seeking answers desperately. Like “I have tried everything I know to remove Windows 7 Home Premium, and it’s still there like all I’ve done is totally a waste of time. Can someone tell me how to effectively uninstall this program? By any means necessary!”

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So, what is the reason that you failed to remove Windows 7 Home Premium? I can’t be sure without witnessing the whole process. Perhaps you didn’t shut down Windows 7 Home Premium before going through the removal, or the program itself went wrong. And most of the users forgot to delete the related registry keys after they’ve performed the previous steps.

You don’t want to give up so soon, so you are reading this. Uninstalling the programs you don’t need anymore and those you will never use is a good way to maintain the performance, keeping system crises at bay. If you are tired of being a whiner and want to make every second count, let’s now cut to the chase.

How to Manually Remove Windows 7 Home Premium on Your Own

1. First of all, log in your system with an account that has administrative rights, so that you will be able to go through all the steps, which are considered to be the actions of making changes in Windows. Otherwise you may need to provide the password when trying to remove Windows 7 Home Premium.

But if you are using the same account all the time, don’t bother to understand what I just said, and go to the next.

2. Shut down Windows 7 Home Premium, end all the related processes via Task Manager.

Press and hold Ctrl + Alt + Del on your keyboard to open Task Manager > Make sure the program isn’t running by checking the Applications tab, then go to the Processes tab, and end the related ones. They probably have similar names.

3. Remove Windows 7 Home Premium through Control Panel.

Windows 7: Click on Start button in the bottom left corner (or simply hit the Windows key on your keyboard), move your mouse pointer to the Control Panel and then click on it. > Select Uninstall a program under the Programs section. (If you’re a user of Windows XP, click on Add or Remove Programs.)

Windows 8: Right-click on Start button in the lower-left corner, and click on Control Panel > Select Uninstall a program under the Programs section.

Windows 10: Open the Start menu > Click Settings > Click System on the Settings menu > Select Apps & features from the left pane, then a list of all installed apps appears in the right pane.

Select Windows 7 Home Premium > Click the Uninstall button that appears (If it is grayed out, this is a system app you cannot remove) > Click the Uninstall pop-up button to confirm. Its default uninstaller will be activated with a pop-up window, on which please choose the last option Uninstall, and hit the Continue/Yes button when being told “You are about to remove Windows 7 Home Premium.” > Wait for the installation wizard to process your request and quietly perform the removing process.

At last it may tell you “The product was successfully uninstalled, blah blah blah…”. Just click on Restart computer (or Restart later) button if there is the button.

4. Delete the vestiges from Registry Editor to completely remove Windows 7 Home Premium.

If you’ve never done this before, not even for once, I suggest backing up your Registry before continuing. More troubles would be brought if anything is deleted by mistake. And it’s way too complicated to explain how to restore the data. So, just be careful. You can read How to Backup Windows Registry by scrolling down the page.

To open the Registry Editor:

Windows 7 Click on Start button (or simply hit the Windows key on your keyboard), type “regedit” in the box and press Enter key.

Windows 8 Just like how you opened Control Panel > Hover your mouse pointer to the bottom right corner until you see the charms bar pops up from the right side, type “regedit” in the search box, and hit the Enter key on your keyboard.

Windows 10 Executing “regedit” from any command-line area (just like how you do it on Windows 8).

Then the Registry Editor will be presented with a new window > From the left pane in Registry Editor, drill down until you locate the registry key named Windows 7 Home Premium > Once found, right-click or tab-and-hold it and select Delete > You’ll be asked to confirm the key or value deletion request, tap or click Yes to completely remove Windows 7 Home Premium.

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5. Restart your computer.

The kind of that benefits from a value or key removal is usually the kind of thing that requires a PC restart to take effect.

By now You have come a long way to remove Windows 7 Home Premium. Personally they are pretty much the same thing in different versions of Windows. So when I switch between them, I won’t be confused. Do you? Well, there is actually another way that applies to all the popular Windows operating systems. Find out the way under the next subtitle.

How About trying to Remove Windows 7 Home Premium This Way?

Right on.

What I’m trying to recommend is a cleaning tool that sees to your needs in such problems. It can quickly remove Windows 7 Home Premium and other stubborn programs from your system, and it’s definitely not a quickie.

1. Click the download button on the page to get Total Uninstaller

2. Double-click its desktop icon to launch it, you will know what programs are currently installed on your PC. Find and select Windows 7 Home Premium as your target, and hit Run Analysis to scan for all the related files.

3. In the list you can see all the deleting files with their names and locations behind. Just keep all the items checked, and hit the Complete Uninstall button.

4. It says “Please wait while it initializes the uninstall process.” Then you can click Scan Leftovers to scan for its vestiges, and hit Delete Leftovers at last to completely remove Windows 7 Home Premium.

Clicking will bring you back to the program list, then you may check whether Windows 7 Home Premium has gone from your PC.

This method saves your time and spares the system from several possible risks. Without any other bundled product that might threaten the system security, it has won many users in the past few years. Give it a shot to see if it’s worth keeping. And there are other things you can learn in the following content. Just enjoy the reading.

How to Back Up the Registry?

Method One: Create A System Restore Point (For Windows 10)

1. Search for Create a restore point from the taskbar, and select it from the list of results.

2. On the System Protection tab in System Properties, select Create

Enter a description for the restore point and then select Create > OK

Method Two: Back Up the Registry Manually

1. From the Start menu, type “regedit in the search box and press Enter on your keyboard. (If you are asked for an administrator password or confirmation, provide the password or confirmation.

2. In Registry Editor, locate and click the key/subkey that you want to back up, or directly export the whole Registry.

3. Click File > Export

4. In the Export Registry File dialog box, choose the location you want to save the backup copy to, then type a name for the backup file in the File name field.

5. Click Save

OK, thanks for reading this How to Remove Windows 7 Home Premium I wrote. I think I’ve done my part today. My fellas and I will keep updating the site, so that more and more tutorials will be collected for people in need. Whenever you come across a problem on your PC, remember to seek help from here. I wish you can always cut through the crap easily and sweep the troubles far away.

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