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    Method to uninstall 'Window Power Shell' on Windows XP?

    I can't find the program named 'Window Power Shell In the control panel all programs list but I have installed it long back and used the command line shell of it but now I don't use it anymore so decided to remove it but no where I find a source to remove it. Can you please help me in doing this?



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    Abiswal Array
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    Re: Method to uninstall 'Window Power Shell' on Windows XP?

    To uninstall Windows PowerShell 1.0 in Windows Vista, follow these steps:

    Click Start, in the Start Search box, type appwiz.cpl, and then press ENTER.
    In the list of tasks, click View Installed Updates.
    In the Uninstall an update list, right-click Windows PowerShell(TM) 1.0 (KB928439), click Uninstall, and then follow the instructions to remove Windows PowerShell 1.0.
    To disable Windows PowerShell 1.0, follow these steps:
    Click Start, in the Start Search box, type appwiz.cpl, and then press ENTER.
    In the list of tasks, click Turn Windows features on or off.
    Click to clear the check box for Windows PowerShell.

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    adityaonline Array
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    Re: Method to uninstall 'Window Power Shell' on Windows XP?

    Dear friend,

    If a software install itself as the windows service then it dows not appear in the Add/remove program list.

    However it does not mean that it can not be uninsatlled.

    FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO UNINSTALL THE SOFTWARE.

    1. Goto the www.google.com

    2. Search and download the cc cleaner software.

    3. Download the correct version of the software for your windows .

    4. Install the downloaded software.

    5. Now launch the cc cleaner and click tounistall the windows power shell.

    6. The cc cleaner will forcibly remove the windows power shell.

    For the further help post to my visitor massage.

    Regards,

    Adityaonline

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    swathi123 Array
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    Re: Method to uninstall 'Window Power Shell' on Windows XP?

    To uninstall the Windows Power shell follow these steps

    • Go to the start button and click on it
    • Then choose the Control panel
    • Then select the programs
    • Then choose the option Uninstall
    • Now you can have the list of apps installed on your system
    • Then click on the desired one and then choose the option Uninstall
    By following the above steps you can remove the app If you are not able delete the application then follow these

    • Press Win+R open Run command
    • Then type appwiz.cpl press enter
    • Then select then it will open the Add or remove programs
    • Now select the option show updates
    • Now find the Windows Power shell
    • Now select the optionRemove

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    Mohanbabu Array
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    Re: Method to uninstall 'Window Power Shell' on Windows XP?

    Hi..

    For this Go to control panel from start button..

    select programs

    Now click on uninstall button..

    Here you can choose which program you want to un install..

    After that click on un install..

    After uninstall restart your system once..

    Thank you.

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    vishal21bhadani Array
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    Re: Method to uninstall 'Window Power Shell' on Windows XP?

    Hi Friend,

    >> You want to uninstall the Windows Power Shell From the Windows XP.

    >> The program that are installed in the Windows system can be uninstalled from Control Panel.

    >> So just Open Start Menu.

    >> Select Control Panel.

    >> Now From All option of Control Panel, Select Add or Remove Program.

    >> Then System will Display All the Program that are installed in the System.

    >> Select Windows Power Shell and Press Uninstall button.

    >> Now It will be uninstalled.


    I Hope you will understand.

    All The Best.

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