Sorry, not interested. As I just said, such uninstallers have hard and narrow technical limitations, and IMHO they have very little right to exist. One might work for some applications, or even many (considering that "most" applications just do basic file copying when installed), but from an end-user's perspective it will still be a hit-and-miss, with a relatively high chance of actually doing some damage. 3rd-party uninstallers are dinosaurs from the Win9x-XP era, where both software and hardware had problems we don't have any more today. They also used to work better back then because their job used to be a lot easier/simpler.