Installing tones of apps on your home PC or laptop is easy nowadays, because you can find all sorts of apps literally everywhere. However, you realize that you’ve overdone it only when it’s too late and you have flooded your computer’s memory with tones of useless apps that you no longer need. You might say that the cure is easy to apply: start uninstalling all those apps to free space or make your program list more airy. Well, it’s not always as easy as that. Depending on how skilful or careful you are when you choose the software you install, you will might be or not able to achieve your goal. That’s because there are tricky apps that will do everything in their power to prevent you from eliminating them from your computer. That means you won’t be able to uninstall them by using Windows powered tools or through a simple delete action. And believe me when I say that getting more frustrated by the second is not the answer. It’s both risky for your health and for your computer, so the better thing to do is download Perfect Uninstaller, the tool that will relieve you of your pain.
Why choose Perfect Uninstaller?
What first attracts to Perfect Uninstaller is the fact that it is said to be one of the uninstalling tools that don’t need an expert’s touch. In addition, it doesn’t only offer support for uninstalling apps, but also for other action that you will soon discover while reading my review. What you will also like is that you can use it even on an older PC, less high performance. It will do its job as fast and as excellent. The price you will have to pay for its services isn’t that bad either: for $34.95 it’s a bargain considering its combined capabilities that I will later on reveal and analyze. I will only leak that’s efficient enough to completely remove the AOL Toolbar or McAfee. You might already know how hard (if possible) is to uninstall such software by using an alternate solution. So, Perfect Uninstaller deserves a chance precisely because it helps you achieve a goal that even Windows can’t sometimes provide.
There is nothing complicated or unusual about the installation process of Perfect Uninstaller, so we will soon move on to more exciting details regarding functionality and use. However, I wanted to clear a few things related to the software’s availability. If you aren’t yet convinced by its usefulness, you shouldn’t completely dismiss it. That’s because you don’t need to invest any money. You can choose to download from the Perfect Uninstaller website the free trial and pay the required fee only after you test it yourself.
If you decide so, you just need to click the huge free download button displayed and a .exe file will rapidly and immediately be downloaded to your computer. Afterwards, you need to double click the downloaded exe file and watch the launch of the Perfect Uninstaller Setup Wizard that makes the installation process easy and similar to what you are used to. By following the few steps involved you will have no problems in installing the software in a matter of minutes if not seconds. So, Perfect Uninstaller scores some points when it comes to ease of installation.
Discovering what Perfect Uninstaller can offer
Let’s now see if the easy to use characteristic of Perfect Uninstaller extends to the interface that will be revealed after you launch it. However, considering Perfect Uninstaller only an amazing “uninstalling tool” is to some extent wrong. That’s because Perfect Uninstaller also promises to clean all registries and drivers that the program might have affected as well as inform you regarding the software tools you have installed on your computer. That’s certainly useful if you aren’t completely aware of the functionalities of a program you have installed. In addition, if you ever need to perform a system restore because of various technical issuers you can count on Perfect Uninstaller to back up the PC’s system files. But keep in mind that its specialty is uninstalling annoying apps that are both useless to you and impossible to remove through traditional methods.
These being said, it’s time to get hands-on with the interface, like I promised. When you open Perfect Uninstaller you are of course greeted by a main screen. What’s special about this particular screen is the drop down list it displays in the center. On that list you will see all the applications that are currently installed on your computer (you can go for an icon view or a list view by using the View option you can find in the toolbar located at the top). That means you will easily be able to choose the app you want to “attack”. But you aren’t yet prepared to attack your victim, because you need to also discover the other interface components that promise each one a specific functionality and assess their usefulness.
Let’s start with the large icons you can find on top. From left to right, first is Uninstall. The icon you need to click on if you want to uninstall an app you have selected in the drop down list provided. Next is Force Uninstall, the feature that differentiates this software from the Windows uninstalling tool. So, even if the first method doesn’t convince the stubborn app to leave the premises you have a back up plan provided by this second icon that refers to the uninstalling capabilities of Perfect Uninstaller. Only this time brute force is used and it pays off. If you’re not convinced try it like I did on an app that bugged me for weeks before I discovered Perfect Uninstaller.
The third icon is Special Uninstall which directs you to a list of apps that need to be specially handled to ensure a clean uninstall. The list might include apps installed on your PC or not, because it’s not dependent on that. Fourth is Startup Manager, an icon that helps you mange the apps that are connected to Windows startup. It allows you to enable or disable some or all the apps listed. Another feature is suggested by the Clear It icon that if clicked on will remove from the Windows Registry any app. It’s useful when you uninstall an app using Windows tools, but you keep noticing it in the Add/Remove programs list. You also have at your disposal a refresh icon that keeps the information displayed in Perfect Uninstaller updated, a Register icon that will help you unlock all the program’s features and an Update icon that does exactly what it says. All perfectly functional and easy to access.
The ultimate test: uninstalling an app with Perfect Uninstaller
It’s now time to check if Perfect Uninstaller can really uninstall any unwanted or potentially corrupted program that you have installed on your PC and in the same time clean the registry entries and the drivers that a program can leave behind even if it’s uninstalled.
Our test involved the uninstall of AIM 6.0. First, we need to select the app from the list provided by Perfect Uninstaller’s main screen. Then, if the app is identified, the uninstaller will provide details about it. From step three on there’s nothing else left for you to do then occasionally click Next and Finish in the end. The uninstall wizard will do all the hard work: will use the uninstall program that accompanies the app you want to uninstall, remove its entries from Windows registry and finally scan your entire PC’s hard drive to make sure that no trace has been left behind. Thorough app, isn’t it? That’s how I felt as a first time user. In addition it is also efficient, because the entire procedure didn’t take more than 3 minutes. That’s little time considering all the actions it performed. The final window of the wizard lets us know that the uninstall process of AIM 6.0 has been successful. I can’t help saying that I don’t feel by any means frustrated or tired. It all happened easier than I thought with minimal intervention from my part and a maximum effect on my system’s long-term well being.
Perfect Uninstaller is in my eyes one of the few uninstaller apps on the market that offers a complete package of services. It doesn’t only uninstall apps that are hard to get rid of. It also cleans all traces such apps leave behind. That means it also doubles as a Windows registry clean and fix. It’s the kind of app that won’t ever become useless as long as you keep installing apps on your PC. It will only clean up the messes you create by installing useless apps that end up draining your computer’s memory.11 Buy now!
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