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I recently installed ubuntu one for windows and now would like to uninstall it. Problem is; there is no uninstall.exe to be found in the start menu or in the ubuntuone folder. There is a Uninstall Ubuntu One shortcut, but it does not lead anywhere. Also I cannot delete the folder because it says it is in use. Any thoughts?

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Does Ubuntu One show up in your program list in the Control Panel (under "Add or Remove Programs", I think)? –  WarriorIng64 Oct 20 '11 at 15:23
    
Also: have you tried looking at this question to see if it solves your problem? –  WarriorIng64 Oct 20 '11 at 15:25
    
No, it does not show up in the Control Panal –  Mike Thoma Oct 20 '11 at 20:15

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To uninstall it manually on Windows 7:

1) Delete credentials: go to the control panel, search for "credentials", then remove the one that says "Ubuntu One"

2) Kill ubuntu one processes: Using the task manager kill the ubuntuone-syncdaemon, ubuntuone-control-panel-qt and windows-ubuntu-sso-client processes

3) Remove the c:\program files\ubuntuone (or c:\program files(x86)\ubuntuone) folder

This will only leave a couple of harmless registry keys and the start menu entries that you can delete manually.

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I think that did it. Thanks –  Mike Thoma Oct 21 '11 at 19:54
    
This has been copied without attribution from an answer from the duplicate link. Do not do this, if the questions are so similar that an answer works in both, then they are duplicates and should be closed as such. –  minerz029 Jan 17 at 0:54

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