Next, we’ll walk through the removal of RoboForm. The process will be nearly identical for both Windows XP and Windows 7. I’ll be sure to point out the differences along the way.
1) For Windows XP, go to Start, Control Panel and double click on Add or Remove Programs. For Windows 7, go to Start, Control Panel and click on Programs and Features
2) Scroll down to AI RoboForm (AllUsers) and click Remove (XP) or Uninstall (Windows 7)
3) The RoboForm Uninstaller dialog box will appear. Take note of the installation directory – we’ll want to double check this in the next section – write it down if you don’t think you’ll be able to remember it. If you don’t plan on reinstalling RoboForm on this computer, check the box to “Remove all Passcards, Identities, Safenotes from this computer" and click OK (Figure 3).
4) Assuming you chose to delete your identities and data, RoboForm will give you one more warning asking you to confirm the deletion. Click Yes.
5) If you have any windows open that RoboForm uses such as Internet Explorer or Firefox, RoboForm will ask for permission to close them. Click Yes. In my test, RoboForm was unable to close my Firefox window and thus the uninstall didn’t fully complete. We’ll go through some general clean up in the next section. If you get a warning stating the uninstall didn’t complete, click OK (Figure 4).
The main RoboForm application will be gone now – you should no longer see the RoboForm toolbar in your task tray or in your browsers.