Quote: Originally Posted by Alejandro85
Sometimes monitoring may find and delete a few leftovers that uninstallers leaves (maybe deliberately) on disk and registry, but they cannot do anything about files created thereafter by the program operation.
I prefer using the program's own uninstaller to delete it, ran though the leftover scanner from Advanced Uninstaller Pro. CCleaner and the like are from other types of junk that messes up the registry.
Installation monitor is nice to find out what programs REALLY do, as you can in fact monitor anything, not just installations.
Totally agree with you, some dll's are in common with other programs which if you delete them in your uninstalling, other programs may get trouble in their work,
about the registry, i think you may leave that alone, the remain doesn't have any defect on your system but if you change something accidentally wrong that could make trouble...