Uninstalling DriverHub

 
Windows 8 - Uninstalling DriverHub

Built with the user in mind, it's easy to install DriverHub, use it, and remove it. Because it was designed to meet the specs of a certified Microsoft program, removing DriverHub can be done with a few simple clicks of a mouse. Follow the instructions below to uninstall DriverHub from Windows 8.

HOW TO UNINSTALL

Step 1. Make sure that DriverHub is not currently running. Even if the DriverHub program doesn't appear on your screen, it has an active scan process that may still be active. Look in the task-bar and see if there is a DriverHub icon. If there is, the active process is still running. (Be sure to check for "hidden icons" by clicking on the small up arrow in the task-bar.) To deactivate the process, right-click on the icon and select "Exit."



Step 2. Make a Windows Search by typing the Windows Key on your Keyboard. When the Windows "Metro" homescreen appears, type in "Programs and Features." A search will automatically begin and you can find the Programs and Features dialog under the "Settings" category. Click on it.


Step 3. Uninstall DriverHub. When the Program Manager opens, scroll until you find the DriverHub icon. Click on it to select it, and then click "Uninstall."


A message box will appear asking if you are sure you want to uninstall. Click YES.


You're done! Once you verify the uninstall, Windows will remove all of DriverHub's active components from your system.
 
Windows 7 & Windows Vista - Uninstalling DriverHub

Built with the user in mind, it's easy to install DriverHub, use it, and remove it. Because it was designed to meet the specs of a certified Microsoft program, removing DriverHub can be done with a few simple clicks of a mouse. Follow the instructions below to uninstall DriverHub from either Windows Vista or Windows 7.

HOW TO UNINSTALL

Step 1. Make sure that DriverHub is not currently running. Even if the DriverHub program doesn't appear on your screen, it has an active scan process that may still be active. Look in the task-bar and see if there is a DriverHub icon. If there is, the active process is still running. (Be sure to check for "hidden icons" by clicking on the small up arrow in the task-bar.) To deactivate the process, right-click on the icon and select "Exit."



Step 2. Open the Control Panel. To do this, open the Windows Start Menu and select "Control Panel."


Step 3. Open the Windows Program Manager. To do this, find the icon in the control panel labeled "Program's" with the sub-heading "Uninstall a program."


Step 4. Uninstall DriverHub. When the Program Manager opens, scroll until you find the DriverHub icon. Click on it to select it, and then click "Uninstall."


A message box will appear asking if you are sure you want to uninstall. Click YES.


You're done! Once you verify the uninstall, Windows will remove all of DriverHub's active components from your system.
 
Windows XP - Uninstalling DriverHub

Built with the user in mind, it's easy to install DriverHub, use it, and remove it. Because it was designed to meet the specs of a certified Microsoft program, removing DriverHub can be done with a few simple clicks of a mouse. Follow the instructions below to uninstall DriverHub from Windows XP.

HOW TO UNINSTALL

Step 1. Make sure that DriverHub is not currently running. Even if the DriverHub program doesn't appear on your screen, it has an active scan process that may still be active. Look in the task-bar and see if there is a DriverHub icon. If there is, the active process is still running. To deactivate the process, right-click on the icon and select "Exit."



Step 2. Open the Control Panel. To do this, open the Windows Start Menu and select "Control Panel."


Step 3. Open the Add or Remove Programs dialog. To do this, find the icon in the control panel labeled "Add or Remove Programs".


Step 4. Uninstall DriverHub. When the Add or Remove Programs dialog opens, scroll until you find the DriverHub icon. Click on it to select it and then click "Remove."


A message box will appear asking if you are sure you want to uninstall. Click YES.


You're done! Once you verify the uninstall, Windows will remove all of DriverHub's active components from your system.