Discussion in 'other software & services' started by max2, May 12, 2016.
Is it worth it ?
I prefer IObit Uninstaller, as it's free, can batch uninstall multiple programs, and can scan for leftovers after a reboot. However, tt can't monitor installs like Total Uninstall does.
Revo is a good option.Comodo programs manager is also a worthy program but not sure if it is still maintained,it monitors right through from installation.
Never heard of it, so never tried it, but I do use REVO Pro and a quick Google search shows the GUI looks similar to REVO Pro. Of course that does not mean much, just an FYI.
REVO isn't cheap but it is a lifetime license. They do offer a free version as well.
There is a thread here with useful information:
I prefer to IObit Uninstaller to Revo, as it is free, and has some features not found in Revo. Comodo Programs Manager has bugs and is was abandoned long ago, which is why I stopped using it, and I don't recommend it, as I explained in the uninstaller thread that Krusty just posted a link to.
In technical terms, maybe. But don't forget that those guys stole the malware database from Malwarebytes in the past.
@amarildojr I'm well aware of that, but that's not enough reason for me to not use their software.
Why Not giving it a try?
I tried it. It is expensive and can be quite complicated to use. I personally don't think it is worth the cost.
Geek Uninstaller is free and does one heck of a Job!!
I use the 'pro' version...and that is a blast, used to have Total Uninstall this does a much better job
This older thread may be of interest:
Does it have an export function for installations with their registry and file changes which can later be used to pre-install the app like TU does?
There have been users who prefer TU over all.
For these users, TU has been the King of Uninstallers.
I guess, opinions differ...
Revo has sales, I got my lifetime license for under $10
I think Total Uninstall is the best uninstaller, but I just have found no need for any uninstaller.
There is a portable app very powerful and simple to use : GeekUninstaller free. I'd just like to mention it here. Oops, sorry to see it has already been mentioned. So I'll just second this good opinion on this software. There is a paid-for version, not tried though.
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