Even if you end up uninstalling California Font Manager completely, you can at least read this up-to-date how-to guide first. Well, our test shows California Font Manager made a request to have Microsoft’s .NET Framework 2.0 preinstalled. And, to install that .NET 2.0 on our Windows 10 computer, we installed a newer version of it, .NET 3.5, instead. That means, you too had better disable the unused .NET 3.5 on Windows Features list manually for better computer performance. Learn more.
- Save your job, quit your own California Font Manager client. Restart your computer, then make yourself the admin user.
- Find out California Font Manager’s installation folder, then run the following uninst.exe using your admin access.
- Press the Yes button on the following UAC info box.
- Close the following NSIS Error if you too met it. Please overinstall current build of California Font Manager, then re-try the classic uninstall routine to get rid of CFM manually.