Right-click the application’s shortcut and select the “Properties” option from the drop-down menu. The shortcut may be on the desktop or in the Start menu.
Write down the path name located in the \"Target\" text box. This is where the program’s executable is, which is the file that starts the program. Using Windows Explorer, go to the folder that contains the executable file, and delete the folder it is contained in. Now that the main data is gone you need to verify if the program is in your Windows startup.
Click on “Start,” select \"Run\" and type “msconfig.” The System Configuration window will open.
Click the “Startup” tab. Locate the entry that has your corrupted program’s name in it. Uncheck the box next to the program name.
Click the “OK” button. This stops the program from starting when Windows boots up.
Click “Start.” Type “regedit.” The Registry Editor will open.
Follow the following path: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\Applications and look for the folder that contains the name of the corrupted program.
Right-click the folder and select the “Delete” option. Close the Registry Editor and reboot your computer