Commonly, Windows does not include the ability to help you remove Razer Cortex, as Cortex will add its service to your system’s Start-up list by default.
Furthermore, Cortex is a .NET 4.5 based application, you too need to wipe that potentially unused component so you can entirely delete Razer Cortex from your machine. And, improper changes made to filesystem and/or Registry Editor could be putting your PC at the risk of being messed up.
How do I manually uninstall Razer Cortex for my own Windows 7?
- Save or export all your personal info, including your gaming profile, then exit your Razer and/or associated account and then, quit the client from taskbar.
- Make yourself the Admin user.
- Go to Control Panel if you’ve saved it on your desktop, too.
- Enter Uninstall a program list, as usual.
- Locate your unwanted Razer Cortex in the programs list, launch Uninstall or similar options in the list.
- In order to “automatically” uninstall Razer Cortex, you hit the Yes button on the following “Uninstall” dialog window.
- Wait while your OS helps you get rid of Razer Cortex. And then, exit the abovementioned “Unisntall” wizard.
- Save your current work, have your PC restarted normally. Disable or delete (recommended) the mentioned Cortex service from start-up, and then remove the said .NET 4.5, clean related traces so you can wholly uninstall Razer Cortex.