HOW DO I UNINSTALL AN APP IN WINDOWS 10

HOW DO I UNINSTALL AN APP IN WINDOWS 10

Windows 10 is a very friendly operating system from Microsoft. It introduces a slew of features previously unknown in other versions of windows. However, this functionality and UI improvements also present a learning curve for someone coming from any of the previous versions of windows.

Last night, I had to uninstall a software from my Windows 10 computer. I have previously installed the bible time software and even installed works but found out that it was not straight forward. For a Bible software, the UI design I will say is rather too cumbersome. I want to read the Bible and get some more explanations from suitable reference works period!!!

Anyways, I found the Bible time software not friendly enough for my liking and therefore decided to uninstall it from my windows 10 computer. The uninstallation process on Windows 10 is rather simple. But if you have not done it before, you will struggle. Therefore, I decided to make a video to show to others how this is done as easy as 1-2-3 


UNINSTALLING A SOFTWARE FROM WINDOWS 10 COMPUTER STEP BY STEP

1.Click on the windows start button
HOW DO I UNINSTALL AN APP IN WINDOWS 10

2. Click on settings (the gear symbol)
HOW DO I UNINSTALL AN APP IN WINDOWS 10

3. On the window settings page that opens up, click on system which is the first item to the left on the windows settings page
HOW DO I UNINSTALL AN APP IN WINDOWS 10

4.On the left of the new page that opens up, click on apps and features
HOW DO I UNINSTALL AN APP IN WINDOWS 10

5. Wait a moment for the system to populate all the installed program softwares on your computer then click on the particular program you want to uninstall.
HOW DO I UNINSTALL AN APP IN WINDOWS 10

6. Click on uninstall and the program uninstaller will now ask you to confirm that you want to uninstall that program and all its features

7. Confirm the uninstallation and the uninstaller will now run smoothly.

8. Click finish when done then restart your system if possible or restart it later.

Hope you found this post useful. Do well to drop your comments and suggestions in the comment box below.
DO NOT MISS OUR WEEKLY ENERGIZER HERE

WEEKLY ENERGIZER: DREAM THINGS VRS SEE THINGS?

SUCCESS SECRETS WEEKLY ENERGIZER: DREAM THINGS VRS SEE THINGS?

HAPPY NEW WEEK TO EVERYONE!
Today's weekly energizer is from the great Nobel laureate, George Bernard Shaw.
Some men SEE THINGS AS THEY ARE and ask WHY.Others DREAM THINGS THAT NEVER WERE and ask WHY NOT.

It is very apt that we are considering this for the new week. There are several vital points which can be gotten from this quote of Shaw if we decide to expatiate on it. However, weekly energizers from success secrets are not meant to be long epistles but rather short thought provoking boosters for the week.

As you start the week, you are going to see many things in your home, in your life, in your office, in your relationships, etc that are uncongenial. What will you do about them? are you going to fume and fuss ask why and take the victim stand or ARE YOU GOING TO GET A CLEAR IMAGE(DREAM) OF THE IDEAL THING/CIRCUMSTANCE AND UTILIZE YOUR GOD GIVEN TALENTS TO ACHIEVE THEM?

Let us know your thoughts in the comment box and share with all your family and friends.............



Success secrets wishes you a happy new week..........
keep visiting the weekly Energizer section every Monday morning to kick start your day with an inspirational thought provoking quote and commentary.

SUCCESS SECRETS WEEKLY ENERGIZER: DREAM THINGS VRS SEE THINGS?

DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT: A TIME BOMB EVERY PARENT MUST AVOID

differential treatment and family favouritism



“And when his brethren saw that their father loved him more than all his brethren, they hated him, and could not speak peaceably unto him.”


That statement from ancient scriptures paints a clear picture of the side effects of differential treatment or favouritism among children in a family. It also elucidates the fact that differential treatment is not new, but rather a deep rooted problem to which parents must give adequate attention. The purpose of this article is to address the issue of differential treatment in families: The insidious nature of differential treatment, causes, negative effects and what parents can do to alleviate the negative impact of differential treatment on their families.

WHAT IS DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT?

The term, differential treatment, is a rather broad social science term that covers racial discrimination, discrimination in the work place, family, etc such that one person or group is disadvantaged. However, for the purpose of this article, differential treatment can be defined as any difference in treatment giving to children under similar circumstances such that one child is at a disadvantage or shown less love, care or concern. For example, sometime ago, I was called in to provide home lessons for the children in a family. The mother told me that one child, let us call her Ruth is loved by all so no matter the charges, it will be paid. The second child that I will call Pamela was not that loved so she(the mother) has to be the one to pay that child’s fees. Even the father will hesitate to pay. While this might appear a little bit extreme, it is a typical example and be sure that there are many examples above or below that. If you take your mind back to growing up in your family, there is a high probability that you will remember that one person who was given whatever he/she asked for. There was someone who was trusted with the parent’s room keys or huge sums of money. There was that person who could break/damage something important yet go scot-free, there could have even been someone who was an intercessor - If you need something and you channel it through that person you are sure to get it. A bad report about them is treated with kid gloves (he/she is just a kid your parents say) but if you try same thing, you face a family tribunal.

CAUSES OF DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT AND ITS INSIDIOUS NATURE

There are many causes of differential treatment in families. The interesting thing about it is that sometimes, the causes seem to be out of the parents’ control. For example, the typical Nigerian family places more value on a male child. If a family is expecting a male child and keeps getting female children, when the male child arrives on the scene, he becomes the instant favourite. In some cases, a particular child’s physique or attitude might just be so much in sync with that of the parents that he/she is beloved. It could be a matter of interest. Parents who are academicians tend to love the academically brilliant child than the one that shows a greater interest in sports or entertainment. Some children can be affected by either negative or positive events that closely follow or precede their birth. A child that came as a result of failed family planning or whose birth was accompanied with a job loss might not be loved so much. Contrast that with a child whose birth closely preceded a juicy job. The list of possible causes is endless. The most important issue however is the existence of the problem and the acceptance by the parents to tackle it head on. Some parents might deny the existence of differential treatment in the family, but the truth is that the children are very sensitive enough to know that it really does exist. When parents are not ready to admit the existence of differential treatment in their family, it poses more problems. This is because, if you accept the problem is there, you might find a solution, but if you are feigning ignorance of the problem, you wont make any conscious effort to find a solution. The fact that almost all parents do have a favourite child(the existence of differential treatment in families) has been proven time and again by several scientific studies. Jeffrey Kluger, an American science writer, in his Book The Sibling Effect: What the Bond among Brothers and Sisters Reveal about Us is quoted as saying: “ It is my belief that  95 percent of the parents in the world have a favourite child, and the other 5 percent are lying”  There are several studies to support this claim and though not all of them quote such outrageous or seemingly over bloated figures, the fact remains that the problem does exist.

EFFECTS OF DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT IN THE FAMILY

There are endless problems caused by differential treatment in the family. Interestingly, the negative effects are felt both by the favoured as well as disfavoured child/children. The most important ill effect of differential treatment however is the resentment and sibling rivalry that ensues. As can be clearly seen from the opening quote which was taken from ancient scriptures, Joseph was hated by his brothers because he was his father’s favourite. His father’s love and trust made him ideal as an informant to the father and of course, “Joseph brought unto his father their evil report “. In addition to Joseph’s dreams, there was sufficient reason for his brothers to plot his death. Similar situations still obtains today, some more severe than others. In a family with evident differential treatment, the favoured child is normally resented and hence others tend to make a mountain out of a mole hill whenever he/she err. Others will be unlikely to forgive him/her easily and would want to get even. This can be a source of constant fights. There is unhealthy competition for parental attention and a general lack of cooperation among the siblings. The parents are not left out in the allocation of resentment. Disfavoured children can also resent their parents for a long time
When the parents pass away, there are often arguments even at the burial about the love received by the favoured child. One of my uncles passed away recently. But before he passed away, he spoke his last words to his first daughter who has been his favourite child and hence was always close to him. When the first son heard this, he fussed and fumed that his position has been over thrown by his sister.  Parents must grow old. At this point in time, the rest might expect that the favoured child should shoulder the bulk of care giving. If the care giving is passed to any of the children who were normally discriminated in the family, they often use this as an opportunity to make reference to the partial treatment they received from their parents. Psychologists seem to have an agreement on the effect of love and care received while growing up on self confidence and a positive self image. Children who were discriminated against in the family while growing up might grow up with a feeling of unworthiness, low self esteem and a constant search for love outside the family. The favoured children might grow up with guilt in their later years. Sometimes, the pampering received might actually impinge on their sense of responsibility and hence their success in later life.

DEFUSING THE TIME BOMB OF DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT IN THE FAMILY



How can parents defuse the time bomb of differential treatment? This is a very tricky aspect of the whole topic. The tricky nature of this aspect of the topic stems from the insidious nature of favouritism among children. You can however take the following steps towards defusing the time bomb of discrimination among children.
ACCEPTANCE:
First, you must admit that the issue is there and therefore demands your attention. Psychologists are divided on whether you should admit this to your children or not. Personally, I am of the opinion that you admit it to yourself but not to your children. The essence of acceptance is that if you don’t accept the issue is there, you won’t take action.

WEEKLY ENERGIZER:LIFE IS DESIGNED TO GIVE US WHAT WE DESERVE

WEEKLY ENERGIZER:LIFE IS DESIGNED TO GIVE US WHAT WE DESERVE

WELCOME TO A NEW WEEK OF PRODUCTIVITY
This is your WEEKLY ENERGIZER for this week.

LIFE IS DESIGNED TO GIVE US WHAT WE DESERVE not WHAT WE NEED!!!

Full commentary coming soon....
But you can be the first to comment on it. Drop your comments in the comment box below.

Weekly Energizer: I can and IQ




Weekly Energizer: I can and IQ

Welcome to a brand new week.
SUCCESS SECRETS WISHES YOU MORE SUCCESS IN ALL YOU DO!
Today's weekly booster is very familiar yet it is very powerful.

It behooves you to understand the underlying truth behind this simple statement. Your IQ is not a limitation imposed on your achievements. The truth is that your IQ can be developed and improved. No one has a poor IQ just an undeveloped or underdeveloped IQ. It is also important to remember that beyond IQ, there are other measures of intelligence like EQ (emotional intelligence) as well as social intelligence. If we want to stretch this further, we can even begin to talk about things like  musical intelligence(examples include those possessed by musical artistes), artistic intelligence(artists), etc.

So in synopsis, an apparently 'low'  IQ is not a serious impediment to your attainment of success. What is more important is your BELIEVE in your own abilities to succeed which MUST BE BACKED BY ACTION(PRAXIS). Truly, I CAN is more important than IQ.......

We love to hear your thoughts on this....
Drop your comments below.......
Keep succeeding.....