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10. How do I uninstall the TCP Optimizer ?

The SG TCP Optimizer does not need to be installed or uninstalled. . In order to remove it completely from your system, simply delete the executable file TCPOptimizer.exe and that's it. Note you might also want to delete any backup files you created with it (with .spg extension) from its directory.

The program does not copy any file in any Windows directory, and it does not appear in the "Add/Remove Programs" section of Control Panel.

Note: To revert any changes made to your system using the TCP Optimizer, go in its "File" pull-down menu and choose "Restore Windows Default Settings".

  User Reviews/Comments:
by anonymous - 2007-03-13 23:34
Do you mean "Windows default settings" or "your prior settings"? There's a difference!
by Philip - 2007-03-17 21:50
The program has two separate options in the file menu:

An option to "Restore backed up settings" for previously backed up settings, and an option to "Restore Windows Default Settings".
by GJ - 2008-12-22 22:03
and whats the difference please tell me?
by Philip - 2008-12-25 00:27
Restoring "previous" settings restores the state to a previously saved point before any changes made by the TCP optimizer, not necessarily the Windows default. The "Windows default" settings restores TCP/IP related settings to the default Windows state, before any tweaking (whether done by the SG TCP Optimizer, manually, or using another tweaking tool).
by Bharath - 2009-06-22 15:12
What if i want to revert my settings back to the original cause i'm not happy, but i've deleted the backup(.spg) file? Is there anything i can do?
I usually get around 140kb consistently, but now i get speeds ranging from 70-115 only..
What is the problem?
Please help! :)
by anonymous - 2010-06-26 21:26
I have the same problem IM runnig Windosw 7 Please hELP
by anonymous - 2010-08-12 18:13
i have to same problem.. my connection went donw half of its speed because of this program... theres no way to put it back to normal???
by Philip - 2010-08-13 16:01
The Optimizer has a few methods for restoring to previous/Windows defaults. The most obvious being restoring from the backup file.

You can also choose the "Windows default" settings and hit apply.

Lastly, you can choose to "Reset TCP/IP" from the program's File menu.
by anonymous - 2011-01-12 09:20
Sorry But I can't Find The File Menu
by Sameer - 2012-04-11 11:23
I tried to use this software, but not my type!

Now problem is my internet speed has become more slow than earlier due to I installed this software
how can I keep my original settings?
by anonymous - 2012-12-30 02:58
go to File>Restore Previous Backup (or anything its called) and select backup1. (I don't know the extension)... Hope that helps..... Sorry for bad english
by anonymous - 2013-01-18 07:58
Yeah I too faced the problem.

Just do this :

Open file menu , click Backed up settings ,

then choose the file , It will most probably be FirstBackup.spg..

click open and the ok.

And you are done............

by anonymous - 2013-07-01 13:04
I am using speed also went down.but it now doesnot open when I right click on it to run it as administrator.Is there any other way to run the program as administrator?
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