In order to remove the Raise Data Recovery software from Windows, you can use the "Uninstall" feature of the operating system.
For this, first, open the Control Panel. You can do it using the taskbar search.
Later find "Programs" and click on "Uninstall a program".
Alternatively, you can enter the path "Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features" in the Windows File Explorer address bar.
Then select Raise Data Recovery in the list and click on the "Uninstall" option at the top. After that, just follow the prompts to complete the uninstallation.
One more uninstallation method is to use the Software Packages management utility installed by default together with Raise Data Recovery.
To run it, open the "Start" menu, go to the "All programs" section, find and click on the name of the software group (the default one is "SysDev Laboratories") and launch the Software Packages management utility by hitting its shortcut.
Select Raise Data Recovery and press the "Uninstall" button.
On macOS, you can uninstall the program using SDL Software Manager, the utility that is installed automatically together with Raise Data Recovery. To run it, open Finder, navigate to the "Applications" folder (use the "⇧Shift + ⌘ Cmd + A" hotkeys), find the icon of the utility and click it.
Launch SDL Software Manager, find Raise Data Recovery among the installed packages, select it and then click "Uninstall".
Or you may remove the software via Finder. Find Raise Data Recovery in the "Applications" folder and delete it by dragging it to the Trash or hitting the "Move to Bin" option.
If your operating system is Linux, please use the SDL Software Manager that is installed automatically together with Raise Data Recovery to delete the software. For this, you need to run the utility as an administrator. So, open the Terminal and enter the "sudo /usr/bin/sdlsoftmgr" or "su root -c /usr/bin/sdlsoftmgr" command.
After that, select the Raise Data Recovery application in the list and uninstall it by hitting the appropriate button below.