Cleanse Uninstaller Pro 10 a fost chilipirul zilei în 2 august 2012
Cleanse Uninstaller Pro este un program avansat conceput pentru dezinstalarea programelor care găseşte şi înlătură chiar şi cele mai încăpăţânate programe software.
Utilizând funcţia de dezinstalare programe Auto Find tot ce va trebui să faceţi este să trageţi iconiţele programelor pe care doriţi să le dezinstalaţi in fereastra Cleanse Uninstallers şi Cleanse vă găsi utomat programul în lista de dezinstalare pentru a iniţia procesul avansat de dezinstalare.
Cleanse Uninstaller va încerca să găsească orice fişiere rămase sau intrări de regiştrii (rămase de la dezinstalări încomplete) şi va înlătura toate urmele lăsate pentru a optimiza performanţa computerului dvs. Cleanse Uninstaller include deasemenea şi o funcţie de optimizare startup pentru a ajuta computerul dvs. să pornească mai repede.
Puteţi valorifica spaţiu hard disk-ului utilizând funcţia Junk file search şi funcţia de înlăturare. Dezinstalaţi orice program cu Cleanse Uninstaller Pro 10!
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7 (x32/x64)
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This GAOTD is a decent uninstaller app which does its job pretty well but the following two FREE tools are in my view far better and more comprehensive (and of course always UPDATABLE unlike this GAOTD):
* Advanced Uninstaller PRO
* (Portable) Geek Uninstaller
Yes this is super SATURATED NICHE now, meaning there's no need to pay anything for this kind of apps, as long as you know it of course...LOL!
My 2 cents....
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Oh, one more thing--this feature: "Entries in the uninstall list are color coded to highlight the type of entry, black entries are normal, green are new and red are broken entries." wasn't accurate for me. Programs that had come installed with my laptop were listed as new, programs I'd installed two hours ago were listed as normal, and many programs I use regularly were listed as broken.
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The golden standard for Uninstaller is to be able to uninstall all that you have installed as if it had not been installed AT ALL. So far I have been testing many of these uninstallers from GOTD, but sad to say, NOT ONE of them is able to really remove everything written, and mind you, I am referring to monitored installation. My only uninstaller that I trust and have been using it for 5+ years is Total Uninstall, and not only does it uninstall EVERYTHING (for monitored installation) that I am able to re-install trial software after the trial period, but is also able to see every registry key added, including password and everything. Besides, after uninstalling anything, this software will keep a record of all keys and files installed (in a zip file), for later re-installation. Until any uninstaller can beat this, I must stick to this alone. The only drawback is that is is a paid software. But for anybody seriously needing an unbeatable uninstaller, this so far, in my opinion, is the only choice. www.martau.com
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One of the few programs I paid for. Have used over 5 years with no problems. It uninstalls even the most stubborn programs, including registry. Without giving problems later to the user. I am installing today's program in rest of the home pcs which I could not afford to pay for. For info, I have a XP and Vista and Windows 7 operating systems on different pcs. I also have tried other uninstall programs- I have not seen one better, which why I paid for this.THANK YOU GOTD for this giveaway.
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I must say I disagree, it's rather stylish (CCleaner-like layout) and actually looks less 'primitive' (e.g. native OS) than say Revo Uninstaller. I'll use Revo as comparison.
Installed without problems, simple procedure without any bloatware. Says it supports 64-bit on their site, but installer gave me a 32-bit version nevertheless. Oh well.
Like I said, clean and effective interface. Gives a nice tabbed overview of all different categories of software. Starts with all entries in the general tab, switching back and forth between tabs fixes this small bug.
Creating Restore Points and registry-backup arn't enabled by default, so make sure to enable them if necessary in the Settings window. You will be asked to backup the registry etc. but Restore Point is skipped unless you enable it. Uninstall procedure is otherwise similar to Revo.
First it runs the applications uninstaller, which triggered Avasts Sandbox, that never happened with Revo. Small annoyance but not something to get all worked up about.
Then it scans for both leftover registry entries and files. The progress window freezes, but comes back when scanning is finished. Quite fast scanning I must say, faster than Revo.
It did the job well and without hiccups, but doesn't offer anything extra compared to Revo.
I wouldn't buy it personally, but that's not because it's not worth it or of the freeware alternatives. I usually install with Sandboxie or Time Freeze, which gives me the control I want when I want it. If I still want to uninstall afterwards however, this would be a good program to use.
Thanks GOTD and Zards software. It's a keeper this time.
However, I got a tip for Zards software: I was able to verify some links (Brothersoft, Softpedia (really old version 2.9), X 64-bit Downloads, Frostapps and PC Welt (site search results)) but to make it easier for potential customers, or rather to attract more real customers, link your badges and awards to the corresponding articles. There's no greater turndown than a non-existing badge or award.
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