Uninstall a program using Command Prompt in Windows

1. Open command prompt in XP/Vista/Windows 7 or Windows 8

2.  In the command prompt, type wmic and press Enter.

3.  Type product get name and press Enter.
NOTE: This will give you a list of program names installed on your computer. This list will not always have all the programs listed in Programs and Features though.

4.   Type product where name="name of program" call uninstall
                     (To NOT be prompted Y/N to approve.)

5.  Type Y to confirm the uninstalling of the program, and press Enter.

6.  When program successfully uninstalled, you can close the command prompt.

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