This post is definitely worth a read if you were unhappy with Sound Forge Pro, and here are some must-read takeaways related to app leftovers and/or system performance. For example, before you can fully uninstall Sound Forge Pro (for Windows), there is something you need to tackle: its extra component, named "Noise Reduction Plug-In 2.0" and associated remains. Somehow, junk is also a part and parcel of any operating system. Now matter how good your skills and/or knowledge, some unwelcome guests would still remain on your disk. And, it is unfortunately strongly advised against modifying your OS by yourself. Otherwise you’ll be risk the stability in your Windows even your personal data.
1st question first: how do you address the Sound Forge Pro uninstall issue on your Windows? Unlike other blogers, I would like to get the stuff done this way:
1. Save your personal information like layouts, music and as such.
2. Exit the agent.
3. Type CONTROL in the search box, choose Windows Control Panel on the top of the search results.
4. Press the Uninstall a program link.
5. Locate the target app on the programs list, press Enter – you can also launch the Uninstall option/
6. Then apply the Yes option to the below "Programs & Features" window.
7. Choose the Yes option from the UAC alert below.
8. Wait until the express un-installation is completed.
9. Restart your device when ready. Try cleaning out MAGIX-related remains on your computer.
In order to get rid of the Mac version of Sound Forge Pro you would need to complete the following steps:
1. Save all of your personal stuff, e.g., some special characters, effects.
2. Quit the app.
3. Hit the Finder icon in your Dock, visit the Applications on the left side of "All My Files" window.
4. Try dragging the unwanted Pro app to the Trash bin.
5. Now, save your job, and restart your OS X.
6. Last but not least, consider trashing the potentially unused Convrt from your Applications folder, and clearing out Sony-related information.