The software QuickBooks is the product of Intuit multinational company. This accounting software is popular over the world due to its wonderful features. The developers have designed the software by which anyone can use it. It is not required that person know accounting to use QuickBooks. Sometimes the accounting software QuickBooks shows glitches & to fix it users need re-installation. To reinstall this software user need to uninstall the QB first. You can use QuickBooks technical support for help. To uninstall the software QB users can try steps given on this page. If users face trouble they can opt for tech support professionals. Experts of tech support will provide you guidance to reinstall the software.
Tap to "Start," button and then click "Settings" to open the "Control Panel."
Go to the section “Add/Remove Programs” & click to open.
Navigate the software QB from the program list & choose to open.
Tap to option "Change or Remove Programs" or "Uninstall." Select it and ok to uninstall QB.
Search the option "QuickBooks Product Listing" in "Add/Remove Programs." When you will receive the prompt click on it and Remove the account.
If you are not using any other Intuit product on your device then do C:\Program Files\Intuit C:\Program Files\Common Files\Intuit C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Intuit C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Common Files\Intuit. Tap to rename the file and rename it.
For users of Windows XP/2000: C:\Program Files\Intuit, right-click and select to delete the file. Users can also rename the folder by right click.
Now at the last step users need to restart the computer. If you have to do any changes in registry QuickBooks for uninstalling you can do it.
Now you have successfully uninstalled the QuickBooks software. For further use of this software reinstall it on your device. If ever you face trouble you can use QuickBooks technical support number. Through this tech support number, users can concern experts. A trained team of tech support will provide proper guidance to fix your QB issues.
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