There is a saying that good is short-lived, and games are no exception. Even if we have completed it, it gives us an unknown error; that forces us to have to uninstall it or just a new one appears, we want to be in trend and that is why we are always looking for ways to innovate in every aspect.
Although it is very easy to install it as we have learned in previous articles, but sometimes we can be difficult to uninstall, or the client makes an error and does not allow it, so in this article we will teach you how to do it in an easy and fast way.
How to uninstall Overwatch through the game client?
Sometimes it is necessary to uninstall completely a gameEither because it is giving us a technical error, we do not have enough Ram memory, the free license has expired or we want another game similar to Overwatch.
There are different ways to do it but the simplest it is via the Blizzard Battle.net desktop application or game client. To do this, we must open our game client Blizzard Battle.net, go to the game that we want to uninstall, select options and click uninstall.
That is the easiest and most conventional way, but sometimes the application has problems, there are times that it does not start or crashes unexpectedly while it is starting and does not allow to open it, if we can’t open our game client, how do we do?
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How to uninstall the game client?
In some cases to be able to uninstall Overwatch, it cannot be done by the game client as it presents drawbacks and does not allow to open itIf this happens to you, do not worry, here we will help you with this problem. Like any other application, the game client stores secondary data for its operation, as all of them can get corrupted and cause crashes in the application.
If this happens to repair those files it is best clear cache and the tools folder, we open the task manager, we must keep these folders, game process, agent.exe and Blizzard blattle.net, we must close the task manager and press the Windows key plus “R” to open the command line we put C: ProgramData and press Enter, then we look for the Battle.net folder and delete it.
Another way to fix app crashes is checking the antivirus, since sometimes it prevents the game client from reaching the corresponding server and updating itself. So you can disable the antivirus for the moment (although this can be dangerous due to obvious security issues) or you can create an exception that is to exclude the battle.net folder from the antivirus, so that these updates can be made.
If clearing the cache doesn’t work there is another solution. The first thing you should do is open the start, go to control panel click on uninstall program, then click on the Blizzard logo and select uninstall, doing this should begin to delete the program automatically. This process applies if you have a Windows or Mac system.
There are times when the game client does not appear in the list and touch uninstall it manuallyThis is done by pressing the Windows key plus the letter “Q” (this applies in Windows 8) and select all the programs, locate the Blizzard application, right-click and go to where it says open location, locate the folder called battle.net and remove all content.
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As you can see, it is very easy to uninstall the overwatch, there are several solutions easy and fast, which will help you when you make the decision to get rid of said game, we hope they will help you and if you liked the article and it was useful, share it with your friends.
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