Here's How To Install The Ultimate Popup Killer
First, you need to close the program so it's not running before you can uninstall it. You'll do that by one of three ways.
1) If you see the
"bullseye" icon down at the bottom of the Windows taskbar, then
right-click the icon. A couple of options will pop up, and the bottom
one will be "Exit".
2) If you DON'T see the bullseye icon down at the bottom of the Windows taskbar but when you click on "Uninstall" it still says the program is running, then do the following. (It'd be a good idea to close any other programs you have open before doing this.) You'll close the Ultimate Popup Killer manually by clicking on CTRL - ALT - DELETE at the same time to open up a dialogue box on your computer.
If you're not familiar with doing that, you first press the "CTRL" key. While still holding it down, also press the "ALT" key on your keyboard. While still holding both of them down, click on "DELETE". Once the programs box pops up on your computer screen, you can let go of the buttons.
In the list of programs listed there that are currently running, you should see "Popupkiller". Highlight it by clicking on it, and then click on "END TASK" on the button below. That will close the Ultimate Popup Killer, and you can then click on the Windows Start Bar => Programs => Ultimate Popup Killer => "Uninstall Ultimate Popup Killer", and the program will be removed.
3) If for some reason there's a problem with doing step #2, here's another way you can close the Ultimate Popup Killer so you can uninstall it. Click on your Windows "Start" button and left-click on "RUN". A little box will pop up. Type "msconfig" into the box and click "OK". When you do that, the "System Utility Configuration" window will come up. In the tabs along the top, you'll see one on the right that says "Startup". Click that "Startup" tab, and it will show you a list of all the programs that are automatically loaded when Windows starts up.
This is a great little System Utility, because it lets you pick and choose what programs you want to load up when Windows boots up. You'll probably see a lot of stuff in there, but look for "Ultimate Popup Killer" and un-check the box. Once you do that, click "OK". It will say "You must restart your computer for these changes to take effect. Do you want to restart now?"
If you've got all your other programs closed already, click "Yes". If you're in the middle of something, choose "No". Either way, when you reboot Windows, Ultimate Popup Killer will be disabled. You can then click on the Windows Start Bar => Programs => Ultimate Popup Killer => "Uninstall Ultimate Popup Killer", and the program will be removed.
Note that when you reboot Windows after un-checking "Ultimate Popup Killer", you'll probably get a little window that says "Selective Startup Is Being Used. Do you want to display this message the next time that Windows is rebooted?" Don't worry about that window prompt. Choose yes or no, it doesn't matter.
That should do the trick for you!
If there does seem to be a problem with you running "Ultimate Popup Killer", please let us know what version of Windows you're using (Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, or XP) and what version of Internet Explorer you're using. (To check, open Internet Explorer, click on "Help => About Internet Explorer", and note the version number. It'll be something like 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, something like that)
Please email us that information and the specifics of what problem you seemed to be having, so we can troubleshoot the problem and find a fix for it. The Ultimate Popup Killer has been working great for the vast majority of people who have used it, but for the rare occurrences of problems people have, we want to fix any glitches there may be with specific system configurations.
We appreciate your help in letting us know any problems you may have, and please let us know if we can assist you further. Thank you for trying out "Ultimate Popup Killer"!
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