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Want to rid computer of freeze.com

What do i do it wont uninstall

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    I have Freeze.com on my computer and and cannot remove it.

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    How do I remove Freeze.com toolbar from Vista?

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Ok IE Uninstall Instructions for the Freeze.com Toolbar.

  1. Click on the Start button for your Windows operating system.
  2. Click on and open the Control Panel.
  3. Click on and open Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Find the program titled Freeze.com Toolbar.
  5. Click on the Change/Remove button.
Performing these steps will uninstall the Freeze.com Toolbar and remove any files associated with the program.
Firefox Uninstall Instructions for the Freeze.com Toolbar.
  1. From the Firebox menu bar, click on Tools.
  2. Select Add-ons from the drop down menu.
  3. The Add-on screen will open.
  4. Click on the Extensions button.
  5. Click on the Uninstall button for the Freeze.com Toolbar.
Performing these steps will uninstall the Freeze.com Toolbar and remove any files associated with the program.

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Somehow stumbled upon it by accident and just want my.freeze.com to go away! When I try to uninstall, it just wont allow-what do I do? It went along with a software foer a MP4 player, that I didn't even...


Do you remember when you installed it? If yes then restore the PC to a date earlier than this date. How? Start->All Programs->Accessories->System Tools->Restore. Here you will be shown a calender with some dates in bold numerals. These bold ones are the ones when Windows has taken measures to restore. BUT, remember that if you restore then all programs, including this freeze, will be done away with and you would be as if you never proceeded ahead of this date.

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Uninstall from Add/Remove Programs. Delete the folder from C:\Program Files. Go into the registry (Start>>Run>>Regedit), and delete the following keys:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\FREEZE.COM
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freeze is full of adware and other bugs and trackers too. Many FREE products on the internet are. My search, free emoticons (u no the 1) and many gadgets are this way.
Aside from backing up your personal files and doing a recovery, it is very hard to remove them completely for your computer.
(XP)Disconnect from the internet(unplug line)then you can use add/remove in control panel. Then go into file system...open a folder and then hit show folders in the command bar above the main viewing area. The files will show to the left. Click plus sign next to My Computer,then next to local disk. Then programs. Look for and delete the folders that are obviously from freeze. If it won't let you then open those folders and delete the items inside, one at a time.
Now, go run a search for freeze and tell it to look in hidden and system folders. Delete the stuff you find, being carefull not to delete some part of another program.
Now, go back to filing system, to below program folder and click plus sign next to Windows. Scroll down to Prefetch folder and open it. Click edit, select all and delete those files. Restart

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