While you could kill off the app that way it would just kill the app but not undo changes it made.
If you were to try to boot the OS on your PC, another nope because the machines are not identical.
Usually we have to tackle the issues when the HDD is in the PC. At worst case, do a factory reset. If they forgot to get their files out, pulling the HDD is one way to connect and copy them out on another PC.
So, Glary Utilities was downloaded on a friend's HP Laptop, Windows 10. I don't know the model as of now but that will be released when I find out. I have had Glary for a good year and I've never had any problems. A few days afterwards her computer "broke" (I was never told what exactly is wrong with it but she says that "she can't, do anything", or "it won't start up,' which I assume it might just not boot).
I have a Dell Inspiron 5000 series laptop (Windows 7) and I want to ask-
If our hard drives are the same size, in general, could I possibly put her hard drive into my computer and delete the program from my device?