I like to uninstall software that I don't really anticipate using on my PC in the near future. This is partly just to keep my PC free from clutter, but it also reduces the number of packages that I need to watch for security updates. Secunia's software helps a lot with this, and there's always Ninite and Chocolately too, but limiting the programs installed to those I actively use helps a lot.
So, when I'd finish using GoToMeeting's client for a one-off meeting, I was looking to uninstall it. However, there wasn't an entry in the list of installed programs in the Windows Control Panel, contrary to Citrix's FAQ: "If desired, an attendee may uninstall all GoToMeeting files using the Add/Remove Programs feature in the Windows control panel."
Fortunately, this issue has already been
and the command to use is
My install was actually located in Program Files (x86), rather than a user folder. (I'd assumed it needed administrative privileges when running the installer, so that might be why it placed it there.) Because of this, I needed to execute this command as an admin, although running this with a standard user account, the uninstaller was still happy to cheerily tell me that "GoToMeeting has been uninstalled", even though it hadn't done a thing.