Quote: Originally Posted by karlsnooks
No. Visit the javara site and you will find out why that for most of us it is inadequate especially in the case of an infected system.
Like it was mentioned above, I've used it to remove Java from my 64 bit Win 7.
I guess I'm not seeing what you are talking about on the Javara site, unless you
are talking about Win 7 not being in the supported versions.
As for an infected system, I'll let the experts comment on that.