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Revo Uninstaller

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#1
Heres a very handy program i ran across the other day.

You can uninstall programs and remove all traces of it without having to do it manually yourself.

You can use it to disable programs that start at bootup that you dont want to run also.

Has alot of other helpful tools also.

Did i mention its free.

http://download.cnet.com/Revo-Uninstaller/3000-2096_4-10687648.html?tag=mncol
 
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#2
use it all the time, excellent program. Much cleaner than add/remove programs in Windows
 
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#4
Im using it for about 5 years now or so,Im actually using the PRO version now.which is surely overpriced,but at the moment they are offering it with 30% discount.furthermore and thats the main reason I replied here,is that something very veird,but pleasant happened when I was purchasing it online..When I was filling the form after I pressed the purchase button online,I progressed to the filling the form before payment a few times I was pressing the BACK button in firefox as I wasnt sure with the information I filled and was just doing random thing when.as I mentioned,I purchased it because it was on discount offer..so when I was pressing this BACK button back and fort few times,suddenly where it was shoving next to the description line of the product,that its 30% off atm,suddenly It has changed to 50% OFF,first I couldnt believe so I Pressed BACK and FORT in the browser few more times,sometimes it went back to 30% off sometimes to 50%,just wait until it will be 50% and then pay...so I ended up paying £12 something(£15 with tax) for it there in UK,instead of £29.99..its worth of a try,so give it a try if you are interested in the PRO version of this wonderful program..someone say that is not worth £29.99.and probably I would agree and stay at the free version..but if you manage to get the 50% off,then its worth it.the PRO version has a nicer interface some more features and better uninstaller results..

EDIT: OH and if you are wondering why is not showing any discount(for 1 computer) at all when you are viewing the list of purchase options( One,Two,or 4+computer).its because first you have to have installed the free version and then click to auto update and there you should see the option for 30% discount..
 
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Storage SSD Kingston 240GB
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Case Cooler Master HAF
Audio Device(s) X-Fi Platinum
Power Supply Antec 1200 Watt Modular
Software Windows 7 64 Bit
Benchmark Scores 3DMark Vantage 51342
#5
Im using it for about 5 years now or so,Im actually using the PRO version now.which is surely overpriced,but at the moment tey are offering it with 30% discount.furthermore and thats the main reason I replied here,is that something very veird,but pleasant happened when I was purchasing it online..When I was filling the for after I pressed the purchase button online,I progressed to the filling the form before payment a few times I was pressing the BACK button in firefox as I wasnt sure with the information I filled and was just doing random thing when.as I mentioned,I purchased it because it was on discount offer..so when I was pressing this BACK button back and fort few times,suddenly where it was shoving next to the description line of the product,that its 30% off atm,suddenly It has changed to 50% OFF,first I couldnt believe so I Pressed BACK and FORT in the browser few more times,sometimes it went back to 30% off sometimes to 50%,just wait until it will be 50% and then pay...so I ended up paying £12 something(£15 with tax) for it there in UK,instead of £29.99..its worth of a try,so give it a try if you are interested in the PRO version of this wonderful program..someone say that is not worth £29.99.and probably I would agree and stay at the free version..but if you manage to get the 50% off,then its worth it.the PRO version has a nicer interface some more features and better uninstaller results..

EDIT: OH and if you are wondering why is not showing any discount(for 1 computer) at all when you are viewing the list of purchase options( One,Two,or 4=computer).its because first you have to have installed the free version and then click to auto update and there you should see the option for 30% discount..
Thanks for the info. :toast:
 
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#6
free version doesn't list 64bit applications, hence totally helpless to remove them, while native windows uninstaller will do that.

only paid version revo uninstaller pro does and also another paid program called your uninstaller.
 
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Video Card(s) MSI GTX 480 835 Core/1670 Shader/1900 Memory
Storage Primary: Velociraptor 300GB,Secondary:Caviar Black 500GB,External:WD Elements 500GB ,SG 300GB
Display(s) LG W2261VP 22" full HD LCD @ 1920 x 1080 via HDMI
Case HAF 932 default fan setup + 120mm Akasa Apache + 2 x 120mm Noctua NF-P12 Vortex
Audio Device(s) On Board 7.1
Power Supply Hiper 880W
Software Windows 7 Home Premium x64
Benchmark Scores 3dMark Vantage GPU:21754 / CPU:66169 / Total:P26141 3dMark11 P5857
#8
ree version doesn't list 64bit applications
You see I never really realised that when I was using the free version,but its probably,because not less then 2 years back,there wasnt soo many 64bit applications available.I remember that I was few times wondering that something is missing from the list,tho.
 

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#9
I first saw this software at tweaktown 2-3years ago. Used it, enjoying it till now. Nice to see it here too, this a amateur-friendly software to remove a Windows program.