Magic Desktop is the software that performs as a link between your Windows operating system, hardware, and software. It is necessary to uninstall old Magic Desktop if you are going to upgrade (exchange) the outdated one into an up-to-dated one. What's more, if your Magic Desktop is corrupted and you can not successfully update the Magic Desktop, it is highly suggested you uninstall the Magic Desktop first and then reinstall it or upgrade it to the latest Magic Desktop.Run Best Uninstall Tool
If you want to manually Uninstall Magic Desktop on Windows operating system, just follow the step-by-step instructions below:
Step 1: Log in to an administrator account in Windows XP/Vista and click "Start" in the bottom left corner of the screen.
Step 2: If you use Windows Vista: Click "Control Panel" and select "Hardware and Sound."
If you use Windows XP: Click "Control Panel" and select "Performance and Maintenance."
Step 3: If you use Windows Vista: Click "View hardware and devices" under "Device Manager."
If you use Windows XP: Click "System" to open "System properties" window. Click the button "Device Manager."
Step 4: Click on "+" next to "Sound, Video and Game Controllers" to expand this entry.
Step 5: Right-click on a sub-entry that contains a word associated with Magic Desktop. Select "Uninstall" and click "OK" to confirm. Finally, click "Restart now" to reboot your computer.
If you do not like the complex instructions above and you are not sure whether you can handle the manually operations to remove Magic Desktop, it is highly recommend you to use the automatic uninstall tool which is called Best Uninstall Tool. As a matter of fact, Best Uninstall Tool can directly and completely remove the Magic Desktop from your computer in seconds. What you need to do is just to click some buttons on the interface of Best Uninstall Tool as following.
Best Uninstall Tool is able to solve all your uninstall problems, including uninstalling of any kinds of Drivers software related to:
BIOS / Motherboard
CD-ROM / DVD
Other Input Devices