How To Uninstall

Uninstalling can be a bit tricky, especially if you’re not familiar with all the nooks and crannies of your system. I’ve gone through this process myself, so I understand the frustration it can bring. Let me guide you through the detailed steps to make sure you completely remove from your device.

Check Installed Programs

First things first, I always like to begin by checking the list of installed programs on my computer. On Windows, you can do this by navigating to Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features. If you’re on a Mac, head to the Applications folder. Look for in the list of installed applications.

Uninstall Using the Official Uninstaller

Some software, like, comes with its own uninstaller. It’s always a good idea to use this if it’s available. You can typically find this in the program’s folder or in the Start menu. Running the official uninstaller ensures that all related files and registry entries are removed properly.

Manual Removal of Residual Files

Even after running the official uninstaller, there might still be some leftover files and folders. I usually dive into the file system and search for any remaining files. Be sure to check the following locations:

  • C:\Program Files\
  • C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Local\
  • C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\

On a Mac, look in the following directories:

  • ~/Library/Application Support/
  • ~/Library/Preferences/io.tipz.plist

Clearing Registry Entries (Windows Only)

If you’re using a Windows system, it’s important to check the registry for any leftover entries. Caution is crucial here, as modifying the registry can impact the stability of your system. I strongly recommend creating a backup of your registry before making any changes. Look for entries in the registry and delete them if you’re confident in doing so.


Uninstalling software isn’t always as straightforward as we’d like it to be. It often involves a bit of detective work to ensure all remnants are removed. After following these steps, you should be free from the grips of I hope this guide has been helpful in getting rid of this pesky software from your system.