Kathy Barto – Crackerbarrel Corner’s eBook Reviewer
Nice! Finally you can get rid of those unwanted programs!
Features And Benefits
Effectively uninstall programs that could not be removed by the standard Windows Add/Remove applet, such as, Adobe Reader, AVG, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, McAfee, Norton and much more difficult to uninstall programs.
Completely clean the empty / corrupted registry entries that a program leaves over. Protect your registry from empty / corrupted errors and improve your PC performance.
Forcibly uninstall any corrupted programs. When a program runs with errors or its own uninstall feature doesn’t work, Add/Remove Programs can’t uninstall the corrupted program completely. However, Perfect Uninstaller can forcibly uninstall it without any difficulty.
Forcibly display and uninstall hidden programs installed on your PC. Once you install Perfect Uninstaller, all the hidden applications which maybe runs without your notice will show up instantly. You can uninstall these applications with Perfect Uninstaller easily.
Much faster than the Add/Remove applet. Fast point to the folder where the program is installed, and quickly scan the details of the program.
Restore Registry. At any time, you can use the “Option”->” Restore Registry ” to restore the registry to a previous state, and restore files from the recycle bin where the files were removed into.
Simple program interface. Provide 3 list view styles of programs before uninstall, including Icons, List and Details. Provide 3 options to uninstall, including Uninstall, Special Uninstall and Force Uninstall.
System Manager. Backup registry in order to restore system easily when Windows NT/2000/2003/XP/VISTSA32/VISTA64/WINDOWS 7 crashes. Three ways are available to restore system. Start Manger lets you easily administer which program is launched at the system startup. That is, you can enable, disable or remove the program that could run at the system startup within the two separate lists, Startup List and Restore List. The applications that currently run at the startup are listed in Startup List while Restore List centrally manage a list of the previously disabled applications.
Operating System: Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/2003/XP/ Vista32/ Vista64