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Looking for Uninstall Utility

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Hello,

I am looking for a decent utility that deletes scattered DLL files when a uninstallation goes wrong. The only thing that I have found so far was a utility called "DLL Toys," but it looked a bit dated. I am not experiencing any issues now, but I think utility like this could be useful in the future. If any of you has any suggestions, I would appreciate it!

Thanks
 

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I remember a long time ago using something called Drivesweeper i think from Norton that monitored installations and would totally remove all of it if you had to remove a program. But i don't think they do that anymore.
 
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ccleaner bro, its scans for all remaining registry files just illing aorund and gets rid of them..1. sec...*opens another window* WAAAAAAAATAAAAAH! and there you go

http://www.ccleaner.com/

oh and has a pretty powerfull uninstall utility in it
 

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indeed, ccleaner is a good choice. I've been using it for quite a while already; home computer and in the office as well.

you can also try revo uninstaller
 
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"Your Uninstaller" but is paid !
 
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I second the motion on RevoUninstaller. Better then Your Uninstaller! imho (If only because it's free :p)