Is "this" what you are referring to?
Its either an installed program or an App.
Try visiting Control Panel > Programs and Features > then uninstall
If its an App, you can probably right-click on it and uninstall from your All Apps list
Start Menu > All Apps > Canon Utilities...
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Thanks Rick. So I uninstalled all drivers and related applications for the printer but by windows path: settings>apps>apps & features, I see a comprehensive list of all the apps on the computer by name and for each there's a corresponding file size to the right of the app name. For example, I see Calculator, then Camera, next one down is Canon My Printer (but there's no file size indicated). This seems to be some kind of leftover program associated with the driver software but when I try to uninstall it I get a pop up that reads with a large red X circle, Windows cannot find 'C:\Program Files\Canon\MyPrinter\uninst.exe'. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again.
After I removed all the driver software, I rebooted but this Canon My Printer is still there....it may be unimportant but I need to do a completely fresh driver install and I'm thinking this needs to go away first. Any ideas? Thanks again.
It is an independent program, so it shouldn't impact driver installation.
I have experienced cases where software is uninstalled but it lingers in Control Panel->Programs & Features. Sometimes a message will pop up saying program has been deleted do you want to remove from list.
On my PC some programs in the Control Panel->Programs & Features list the size and some don't. Canon My Printer is one that doesn't.
I don't see it available on US site, but offshore sites offer the program: My Printer Ver.3.3.0 (Windows).
Sometimes running the free CCleaner app to do a registry cleanup resolves those issues.
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