BoostSpeed can sometimes be difficult to uninstall. As a result, we have demoted BoostSpeed on our site and it's no longer featured in our list..
The default uninstall instructions may no longer remove BoostSpeed completely. Read our guide to remove BoostSpeed completely from your PC.
Remove BoostSpeed without Auslogics Uninstaller
Note: The regular BoostSpeed uninstall procedure is shown further down this page, but many have had trouble removing BoostSpeed the regular way.
Here's 2 options to consider if you're having trouble uninstalling Boostspeed from your computer.
The first option is a 3rd party solution from Symantec - it's a free download.
The second option is using the built-in Windows System Restore - and of course, that's free as well.
Use the Free Norton Power Eraser
Option 1: Use the Norton tool that helps uninstall unwanted programs and malware.
Norton Power Eraser
Use Windows System Restore
Option 2: Use the Windows System Restore function to dial your PC back to a time before you installed BoostSpeed. However, if that was long ago, you may not have a Restore Point back that far.
How to rewind to a previous System Restore Point:
WARNING: You may lose recent changes and files.
It's in Windows settings under System / About, then choose "System Protection" on right. Then click "System Restore", then "Next", and then check the box "Show more restore points". Then choose a point before your problems and carefully follow the prompts. I hope that fixes your problem.
Uninstall BoostSpeed (with Auslogics Uninstaller)
This is the default uninstall procedure
How to Find the BoostSpeed Uninstall
1.0 - Go to the Windows Start (bottom left of desktop) and click on Control Panel. If you can't find it, simply type Control Panel in the Windows Search box.
1.1 - Open the "Programs and Features" and find the Auslogics BoostSpeed listing.
1.2 - After you click on Auslogics BoostSpeed to highlight it, simply click the Uninstall button to proceed.
The BoostSpeed Uninstall Process
2.0 - After activating the Windows uninstall utility in the first step above, a box will appear asking if you want to completely remove BoostSpeed. Click Yes if you want to proceed with the uninstallation.
2.1 - The Auslogics BoostSpeed Uninstall box will appear and give you another chance to re-consider by asking you to fix any of the problems BoostSpeed found on its' latest scan. Just ignore it, if you want to continue uninstalling. Before continuing, consider if you want to also remove the Rescue Center backups. If you ever intend on re-installing BoostSpeed, you may want to keep the backups to help you return to a previous state. If not, check the box on the lower-left. Then simply click on the Next button at the bottom-right to advance.
2.2 - Next up, an Uninstall Survey box appears. You can simply ignore it and click on Skip at the bottom-right to continue. If you wish to leave feedback, fill it in now (your Email is optional) and click Send.
2.3 - The Uninstalling phase will begin and the BoostSpeed program will be completely removed from your PC in a few seconds. A final box will appear notifying you that BoostSpeed was successfully removed from your computer.
Cleanup Tips after Removing BoostSpeed
BoostSpeed does have a registry cleaning function to remove residual traces of uninstalled programs and fill in the gaps by defragging the registry. If you still want to fully optimize your PC, consider downloading one of the other top PC optimizers, which contain very safe and thorough registry cleaning functions.
Also, after removing any program from your PC, it's always a good idea to run an advanced defragmentation within Windows to optimize the data layout and fill in the gaps on your disk drive for optimal performance.
Choose a Safe and Effective PC Optimizer
If you want to safely and effectively optimize your PC, it's imperative to use an optimizer program with advanced defrag routines and thorough, yet safe, registry cleaning. All of the top recommended optimizers listed on our site have very trustworthy full refund guarantees and will uninstall completely from your computer - Which makes them super safe to research out their continual acceleration and stability enhancing effects on your PC.