PUI [aka Program Uninstallation Information]

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by the mul, Sep 7, 2004.

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  1. the mul

    the mul Registered Member

    Jul 31, 2003
    Program name: PUI
    Version: 1.0.3
    Release Date: 07-09-2004
    Licence: Freeware
    Homepage: http://support.it-mate.co.uk/index.asp?mode=Products&p=pui
    Download: http://support.it-mate.co.uk/index.asp?mod...ts&act=DL&p=pui
    History: http://support.it-mate.co.uk/index.asp?mod...t=History&p=pui


    PUI (aka Program Uninstallation Information) is a small utility that has been developed with the sole intention of allowing users to view the uninstall string for installed programs without having to enter the registry, and additionally allow simple removal of such programs from a simple to use interface.

    PUI additionally identifies programs that cannot be uninstalled, and lets you know if this is the case, without the need for extra long hours spent looking on authors homepages, just to be told "you can't remove it".

    As an added bonus, PUI has been setup to detect certain spyware and adware components and let you know if these are installed, and if applicable, remove them, without having to call in the big boy's (although, it is always reccomended to keep your Antivirus and Anti-spyware software uptodate, and to run a scan on your system on a daily basis, just incase).


    - Added: Backup selected registry key
    - Added: Delete selected registry key
    - Added: Export all items in list
    - Added: Import registry key
    - Added: New toolbar options
    - Added: "Refresh" list
    - Added: Application log

    - Modified: "Potentially Unsafe items" dialog
    - Modified: Help > Contents ... menu
    - Modified: Homepage URL's in help menu
    - Modified: Settings storage location (now uses ini file)

    - Fixed: Startup position bug

    - Misc: Other minor modifications
    - Misc: Updated EULA


    Users should take note, although a delete option has been added to this program, the use of this option is at your own risk.

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