I have very many duplicate copies of AMD Radeon software on my Windows 10 Computer. Most are older copies. Some may be left over from Windows 7. I would like to safely delete all items except those necessary for proper operation. My current graphics card is NVIDIA Ge Force GTX 1050 Ti. How can I do this?
Thank you for your prompt and informative reply. However, I could not use the Windows uninstaller since the AMD programs did not show up there. I downloaded the AMD cleanup utility and it removed many, but not all, of the files. I finally deleted the Windows AMD directory and any other AMD files that I could find. I followed this with a registry cleanup (created a restore point first). So far, my computer is working fine without the AMD files. Since I don't play computer games, I doubt if I will install any new AMD files.