Tips to Uninstall Microsoft® Works
Get to know about tips to uninstall Microsoft® Works
Microsoft® Works is an office suite developed by Microsoft®. It is simple, less expensive, and having more features than Microsoft® Office®. Its functionalities include word processor, spreadsheet and database. Uninstalling a program is a simple task. By clicking the uninstall button you can uninstall the programs. But if you cannot do it in that way, then it is difficult to find an alternative way to uninstall the program. If a program gets corrupted or you start receiving error messages, you need to uninstall the programs. The uninstallation process can be done by using tools like Perfect Uninstaller. Apart from these works, if your Internet Explorer® gets corrupted or if your antivirus stops updating, then you can use this Perfect Uninstaller. The Perfect Uninstaller cleans the corrupted registry entries. If you receive the error message during the uninstall Microsoft® Works process, still there might be some empty registry entries on your system. This would lower the performance, so everything should be completely removed. The Perfect Uninstaller tool is user-friendly, and it is faster and works more efficiently.
While uninstalling Microsoft® Works, some issues might occur. Some of them are:
- Error message
- Fails during restore profile step
- Problems with pre installed Microsoft® Works
When you try to remove Microsoft® Works by selecting from the control panel, an error message appears. The error message might read “The feature is on a network source that is unavailable”. When you try to cancel this message, another error message might appear. An invalid source message might also appear. The message might be shown as, “Invalid source to the Microsoft® Works Product”.
Fails during restore profile step
Sometimes you might fail to uninstall during the restoring the profile. This indicates that the application server has not stopped. This is because the profiles cannot be restored while the application program is running. This might occur due to two reasons. One is Windows® Service Control Manager is unable to stop the Windows® Server application. Other is Windows® Service Control Manager has given an error while trying to stop the service.
Some system might have pre installed Microsoft® Works. It might work smoothly for long time and after that they might get corrupted. The CD might not be provided with the system. You can’t uninstall the Microsoft® Works without the CD. If you try to uninstall Microsoft® Works by deleting the entire works folder and deleting all the works registry entry an error might occur.