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Windows 7: Utility to Enhance Windows 7 Built-In Add/Remove Programs

28 Jan 2015   #1
ArlandrioFF

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 
Utility to Enhance Windows 7 Built-In Add/Remove Programs

Hellooo!


I once again come to this forum to seek for help. This time I'm looking for a utility that enhances (NOT replace) Windows 7 built-in uninstaller, perhaps adding features like removing leftovers or registry stuff, left by a program.

I'm currently using IObit Uninstaller and I like it but starts very slow and sometimes just stops working properly. I'm also trying to reduce impact on my system by using small utilities, instead of big suites that puts pressure on my system.

I searched but all that I find are just programs that replace it, like Revo Uninstaller. Really, there isn't any free small utility that just adds more features to a existing one?


Sorry if there is any misspelling, haven't used english in a while. Also, sorry if this doesn't go here.


Please delete this thread. I made a mistake and I posted another in General Disscussion (I didn't know that I've to wait for a mod to confirm my post) Sorry.


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28 Jan 2015   #2
fireberd

Windows 10 64 bit
 
 

I use Revo Uninstaller Pro. When you uninstall something, it first creates a Restore Point. Then runs the programs uninstaller. After that it scans the registry for left overs and also any folders for left overs and gives you the option to delete them.

Much better than the Add/Remove programs that only runs the program's uninstaller.

Download Revo Uninstaller Freeware - Free and Full Download - Uninstall software, remove programs, solve uninstall problems

There is a freeware version and the pro version available for download.
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