The new change log is interesting. The above entry is a little annoying. I just did an experiment. I used Control Panel/Add remove Programs to uninstall the following programs in the order listed: 1. Disk Director Suite 10.0. Rebooted. (I removed this program because it also depends on the Acronis snapman service.) 2. TI 11 build 8053. Rebooted. 3. BartPE Plugin add-on for TI 11. 4. Safe Media add-on for TI 11. Rebooted. I did see some improvement in what was removed, but the uninstaller still needs serious work. Following is a list of the services used by TI 11: 1. AcrSch2Svc. (The scheduler service was removed.) 2. tdrpman. (The Try&Decide service was removed.) 3. snapman. (The Snapshot Manager service was left running. Snapman UpperFilters were left in place.) 4. tifsfilter. (The TI File System Filter service was left running.) 5. timounter. (The TI Mounter service was left running. The timounter UpperFilters were removed.) Leaving the snapman service installed has been a very big problem. Not all uninstalls go the same way. Sometimes snapman.sys gets removed from C:\Windows\System32\Drivers, but the registry entries are left behind. This causes Windows to fail to boot with a BSOD. If you don't understand the problem, it is very difficult to figure out and correct. The snapman service will also conflict with Shadow Protect causing a BSOD during SP backups. Uninstalling True Image should fix the problem, but it does not. The snapman service has to be manually removed. If you don't do it properly, you get a BSOD on Windows boot. I understand that removing snapman is a more difficult because DD also uses the service. However, leaving snapman running when DD in not on the system is a very bad practice. The Backup location registry key at HKCU\Software\Acronis\Fomatik\PlaceBrowser\FavoritePlaces was left in place. This is an effort to keep backup locations if you decide to reinstall True Image 11. The problem is that leaving this behind has been known to cause many problems with Backup Locations. I'm sure tons of other registry entries are also being left behind, but these are the important ones.