FARO LS 1.1. 501.0 is a software program developed by FARD Technologies. FARO LS 1.1 501.0 and FARO LS 1.1. 406.58 are the most common versions of the program. These are the software driver and device control package for FARO LS color laser scanners. The software package is bundled with a range of FARO devices. It installs drivers as well as software programs needed to manage the settings and options of laser scanners. About FARO Technologies Faro is the world leader in 3D measurement, imaging, and realisation technologies. FARO Technologies designs, develops, and manufactures cutting-edge solutions for 3D capture, measurement, and analysis for a broad range of industries such as manufacturing, engineering, construction, and public safety. How to Uninstall FARO LS 1.1 501.0 For Windows 10 users: Open the Start menu and click settings Choose System settings Choose Apps and Features Choose the app you want to uninstall Click on the Uninstall button Confirm the uninstallation For Windows 8 users: Move the mouse to the bottom-right corner of the desktop to activate the side menu Click Settings then Control Panel and then click Uninstall FARO LS 1.1 501.0 program Find the program on the installed programs list and highlight it Click Uninstall to the top of the screen to begin the uninstallation process Follow the instructions to complete the uninstallation Restart your computer following the removal For Windows 7 users: Click on the Windows Button to the bottom-left corner of the desktop Open the Control Panel and choose Uninstall FARO LS 1.1 501.0 program Click Uninstall to the top of the screen to begin the uninstallation process Follow the instructions to complete the uninstallation Restart your computer following the removal Method Two for Removing FARO LS 1.1 501.0 1. Typically when you install a piece of software on your computer, it creates a desktop shortcut 2. Right click this desktop shortcut and click on “properties”. Open up the shortcut tab in properties and choose Find Target. This opens up the FARO LS 1.1 501.0 installation folder: 3. From here you can see the data of the app that you plan on removing, such as the EXE or DLL file type. You can also see the default installation path for the program, which typically begins with C:\Program Files\. You may need to manually remove leftover files from this directory later. 4. Typically you can find a file called Uninstall.exe in the folder, which can be used to uninstall the program.