A common problem we often face with, when uninstalling unnecessary software, is various traces left in the system: unneeded files or folders on a disk, registry entries and so on. This can happen even if an application was removed correctly with its own uninstaller - a special program provided by a vendor to uninstall the application.
The Full Uninstall program is intended to solve this problem: It allows you to COMPLETELY uninstall unnecessary applications from your system.
The main function of the tool is the complete removing of programs from your computer. Full Uninstall monitors all changes made to the system during the setup process of a certain application. You can easily learn what file or registry entries were modified during the installation. Using these data, Full Uninstall completely removes an application when you order it to.
The program performs much faster than many competing solutions. This is because Full Uninstall analyzes changes on disks in real time while tracking the modifications installation procedures have made, instead of taking a long time saving info about all files before and after installation. Such an approach saves much time compared to other utilities. You can setup Full Uninstall so that all applications installed in your system will be accessible with a single click of the notification area icon. Another click, and you can immediately remove an unnecessary program without opening the standard Programs and Features tool or searching for a built-in uninstaller.
What's new in 2.10 Final:
- Application traces searching algorithm has been improved. Now when uninstalling an application via Full Uninstall, it detects more data left by the uninstalled application in the system.
- An ability to install updates to the applications installed with tracing.
- Now you can install applications with tracing directly from the Windows Explorer's context menu.
- The support for simultaneous removal of two or more applications has been added. The list of applications in the main window now supports multiple selection.
- While an application is being uninstalled with its built-in uninstall tool, an ability to start searching for the application's traces without waiting for the uninstall process to finish has been added. This works best when the default uninstaller of a program works incorrectly or halts.
- Windows 8 Consumer Preview support.
- Bug fixed: Under Windows XP the command to show the registry key in the editor being called from application traces viewing window might not work.
- The System Restore Point creation during the uninstall now may be disabled in the program' s Settings.