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Complete removal?

MuntyScruntfundleMuntyScruntfundle Posts: 6
NerveGear
I've had enough of this thing screwing with my monitor setup and trying to take control all the time.  So it's going back into it's box and hopefully someone else can enjoy it.

Removing the software...  I've done the apps and programs uninstall, does this also delete all the apps and games that had also been downloaded?

Thanks.

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  • dburnedburne Posts: 3,640 Valuable Player
    1. Disconnect your computer from the internet.
    2. Back up any Oculus content if you want to. 
    3. Reboot your computer into Safe Mode. 
    4. Uninstall Oculus Home using the Control Panel.
    5. Delete all Oculus folders from here:
      • C:\Program Files
    6. Remove any Oculus folders from here:
      • C:\Users\YourUserProfile\AppData
      • C:\Users\YourUserProfile\AppData\Local
      • C:\Users\YourUserProfile\AppData\LocalLow
      • C:\Users\YourUserProfile\AppData\Roaming
    7. Reboot your computer into normal mode.
    8. Reconnect the computer to the internet.
    Don

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  • Digikid1Digikid1 Posts: 2,299 Valuable Player
    The best way is to use CCleaner. There’s a very through uninstaller in it and it also has a cleanup mode AND a registry cleaner. 

    Nothing is better. It has a free edition that does it for you as well. 

    www.piriform.com/ccleaner/builds

    grab the slim version and unselect the two middle options. 
  • TomCgcmfcTomCgcmfc Posts: 2,253 Valuable Player
    Digikid1 said:
    The best way is to use CCleaner. There’s a very through uninstaller in it and it also has a cleanup mode AND a registry cleaner. 

    Nothing is better. It has a free edition that does it for you as well. 

    www.piriform.com/ccleaner/builds

    grab the slim version and unselect the two middle options. 
    Reg cleaners (like CCcleaner) can cause more problems than the solve imho.   Just make sure you have done a System restore point before you try them.

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  • Digikid1Digikid1 Posts: 2,299 Valuable Player
    CCleaner does backup the registry just in case. 
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