I need help uninstalling POS


Hello there, talina

I’ll guide you through uninstalling your QuickBooks Point of Sale.

Before performing the steps, I recommend creating a backup file in case you need it for future reference.

Here’s how:

  1. Press Windows logo + R on your keyboard to open the Run command.
  2. Type in Control Panel, then choose OK.
  3. Select the View by dropdown, then click Small icons.
  4. Choose Programs and Features.
  5. In the list of programs, right-click QuickBooks Point of Sale XX.
  6. Click Uninstall.

After the uninstallation process is complete, you can rename the QuickBooks Point of Sale XX folder. Then, you can perform the ninth to the last steps through this helpful article: Uninstall POS. You can also check out the Step 2 section on how to rename all POS folders.

That’s it, talina. I'm always right here to help if you need anything else. Have a wonderful day ahead.

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