How to Uninstall HP Remote Support Software Manager

by Tammy Clevenger

The HP Remote Support Software Manager is an application installed on HP desktops and laptops, that enables Remote Assistance on the computer for HP personnel access. This Remote Support client allows a technical support representative from HP to see and control your computer to assist you with making changes on the machine. The HP Remote Support Software Manager may be safely uninstalled from the computer. Uninstalling this application will not affect any other functions and features. However, you should create a Restore Point prior to uninstalling any software just in case problems arise with the changes.

Create Restore Point in System Restore

Click the Windows "Start" button and then right-click on the "Computer" entry.

Click "Properties" from the context menu.

Click the "System Protection" link in the left navigation pane.

Click the tab labeled "System Protection" and then click the "Create" button. The Create button label indicates that this action will create a System Restore Point now.

Type a description for the manually created Restore Point and click "Create." The System Restore Point is manually created.

Uninstall HP Remote Support Software Manager

Click the Windows "Start" button and select "Control Panel."

Click the "Programs" link in the Control Panel.

Click "Programs and Features." The list of installed programs will appear. Locate the HP Remote Support Software Manager in the list and click the entry.

Click the "Uninstall" button on the top navigation bar.

Type the "Administrator" password, if prompted, and click "Continue." The program is uninstalled from the computer and the entry disappears from the Programs list.

About the Author

Tammy Clevenger works in the I.T. industry while maintaining creative outlets through film making, writing and audio production. She is a published academic author and is an accomplished and certified Project Management Professional.