How to Remove Registry Entries for Removed Software
Removing software from your computer Rosetta Stone software either through the built-in uninstaller or the "Add/Remove Programs" feature of the Windows operating system might still leave traces in the system registry. You have two options of dealing with this problem. You can use the Registry Editor utility to manually find and delete those registry entries. However, doing so is not recommended unless you are an advanced user and know exactly which keys or values to remove. The other option is to use a registry cleaning application, which can provide automatic scanning, detection and removal of the traces without any damage to the system. Windows Registry Editor1Click on the "Start" menu and select "Run."2Type "regedit" in the Rosetta Stone Latin America Spanish search line and click on "OK" to launch the Registry Editor utility.3Browse to the registry entry if you know the exact location, or click on the "Edit" menu option and select "Find'; type the key or value in the search field, hit "Enter" and delete the found item by right-clicking on it and selecting "Delete."CCleaner1Click on the CCleaner download link in the Resource section and then click on "Save File" in the automatic pop-up to begin the download.2Double-click the saved setup file Rosetta Stone English after the download finishes, click on "Yes" to confirm execution and then follow the prompts of the Installation Wizard to install the registry cleaning software.3Double-click the CCleaner icon on your desktop (or go to the "Start" menu, select "All Programs" and then click on "CCleaner") to launch the software after installation.4Click on the "Registry" button in the CCleaner window, check all items in the "Registry Integrity" section and click on the "Scan for Issues" button in the right section of the screen.5Click on the "Fix Selected Issues" button once the scan is complete, follow the prompts to back up the registry items marked for deletion and then finish the cleanup.6Close [ Rosetta Stone Software ] all the windows and restart your computer. Back up the registry keys and values that you have decided to delete manually in the Registry Editor by going to "File," "Export" and browsing to the location on your hard drive where you want to save the backup. Type in the backup file's name, click on "Selected Branch" under "Export Range" and then "Save."Manual removal or modification of registry entries can damage or even disable your operating system if you do not know the exact keys or values to be removed.