If you’ve been suffering from MegaBackup (SHA256, 8ae90a130d38d1a4cc5ca8b0ec6855795f5183d73dc55ae8ac289eff01f4b962) and/or related "offers", you’re going to like today’s post. Yet, that does make no sense when it comes to this Mega-Backup (SHA256, 67ce422b8e90589dc3f3ca2adacc166244e043f1e7f86badda1bd12c9c639180). Yes, that’s exactly our point. Then, WHAT is the point? What I mean by that is KRKsoft.com’s Mega-Backup has nothing to the aforesaid MegaBackup. For clarity, if you still have issue with MegaBackup for Mac, this article is just the right landing page. And, please do not come here to complain about the "spelling errors".
1. Save, move or export any backup archives you created.
2. Then, click on the below Exit button under the "Program Tasks" section so you can properly shut down the undesired client.
3. Here, you can still use the common uninstall methods to rid of the target item on your computer:
1) The below content explains how to make the best of Windows’ built-in uninstaller:
Option #1 & #2:
- Look closely at the search box on the taskbar. Just input Control or Apps features. As you type, your Windows would suggest the most targeted options.
- Click on the "Uninstall a program" link when Control Panel opens up.
- Now, locate the target application in the programs list, press the Enter key or launch your system’s Uninstall option.
- And if you execute the latter settings on your Windows 10, your computer will present the list of the apps you installed.
- What you need to do is to hit the said app, click on the grey Uninstall button behind it, and then finalize your request by pressing the last Uninstall tab in time.
- And now, you need to allow the default uninstaller to run by applying the option Yes to the below UAC alert.
- Click on the Yes button on the following "Mega-Backup Uninstall" window.
- Exit the said wizard when it completes its job.
- And to clear out associated remains, you need to dig around the file system and/or registry settings at your own risks.
Option #3 is to head over to the app’s installation file folder -> run the said unins000.exe as the admin user -> try repeating the given directions I’ve outlined.
PS: Did I mean Megabackup? No, I did not. Furthermore, it does seem true that Google missed the point at the time of commenting. If you need additional help, please pay a visit to this About page.