ReviewFyer / Articles / Software / Registry Cleaners / How do you uninstall Restoro from your pc?

How do you uninstall Restoro from your pc?

Mitch Avatar By: Mitch | Last updated July 5, 2021

Computer icon


Every Windows PC would deteriorate at some point. This is the hard fact that every Windows user knows and must accept. While we cannot prevent such a thing from happening eventually, we could slow the process down by properly maintaining and optimizing our PC.

For those who are not familiar with the inner workings of their PC, the best choice would be to use a specially-made Windows Optimization Software. Restoro is one such software. It is a powerful and indispensable tool to maintain the health and performance of your PC.

But if you somehow are not satisfied with it, or maybe you simply think you've accomplished what you set out to do with Restoro, then it is time to remove it. Keeping unused programs on your PC is a bad practice. This article will explain to you how to properly uninstall Restoro from your PC.

What is Restoro

Restoro is a repair and optimization program that was made specifically for Windows Operating System. There are three main goals of Restoro. The first one is to repair any system error and corrupted files systems. The second one is to optimize the system so that it could run at its peak performance. And lastly, its job is to maintain your system to keep it healthy and optimized.

Upon installation, Restoro would immediately scan your system to find anything that's been going wrong with it. It would check into the file system, registries, DLLs, and even possible malware infection. Once the scan is completed, Restoro would take the appropriate measure to repair your system and make it healthy again. 

The deep scan is not only useful for finding errors and corrupted system files, it would also find any security loopholes, missing drivers, windows updates, and many more potential optimizations. After fixing your system, Restoro PC Repair Tool would immediately start to optimize your PC.

And finally, maintenance. In order to properly maintain your PC, you need to use Restoro regularly. By letting Restoro run its deep scans, fix various issues, and optimize your PC at a fixed interval, Restoro would be able to maintain the health condition of your PC and prevent any bad things from happening

How to uninstall Restoro

There are two methods to uninstall Restoro. The first one is by using Window's own program removal tools. Since it is a tool that you'd find within every Windows OS, you can use it free of charge. The second one is by using third-party program removal tools. Because it is a specially made tool for a very particular price, you have to pay a certain amount of money to use it.

For the first method, you need to use the "Add/Remove Program" tool. You can follow the following steps:

  1. Click the start button on your desktop.
  2. Look for the "Control Panel" section, and then click on it. 
  3. You will be presented with lots of tools, choose the one that says "Add/Remove Program". Keep in mind that different versions of Windows may use different labels for this tool, such as "Uninstall Program", "Program Removal", etc.
  4. Once you open up the tool, you will see a list of every program that is currently installed on your PC.
  5. Look for "Restoro", then click on it. 
  6. Follow the prompts in order to uninstall it properly.

For the second method, it highly depends on the brand of the program removals that you purchase. Some may be easy to use and straightforward, while others could be confusing and time-consuming. But generally speaking, they all usually go through the scanning process first. After that, just like with the Windows Removal program, you will see the list of installed programs. Choose Restoro and follow the prompts to uninstall it. 

The advantage of using a paid program removal is the fact that it usually cleans your PC more thoroughly. It would even check your Registries for any potential leftovers. That being said, if what you want is simply to uninstall Restoro, then Windows' program removals should be sufficient. 


It is normal to be wary about the programs that you would install on your PC. But please don't let that scare you from trying to use Restoro. Because not only would it repair any kind of error on your system, it would also optimize and maintain it. And as you can see, if you don't think Restoro is the best solution for you, you could easily uninstall it.