As its name suggests, Uninstall Tool is intended to manage the process of uninstalling applications. If you are wondering why you should use such a program when Windows has a built-in tool for the same purpose, let me tell you that Uninstall Tool includes other useful functions.
Besides eliminating a given application by means of its default uninstaller, you can use a force removal method for those stubborn programs that refuse to uninstall. Besides, this method can effectively scan your system’s Registry and file system to detect any leftovers, including files, shortcuts, COM objects and registry keys. Then, the traces found will be permanently erased. This method helps you keep your Registry clean and consequently increases your system’s performance.
Luckily, the tool supports uninstalling batches of applications. This means that you do not need to wait until the current uninstall process has finished. Instead, you can easily create a list of all the applications you wish to uninstall and let the program take care of the whole process.
In addition, Uninstall Tool lets you manage the programs that start along with the operating system. Besides adding new startup items, you can also disable or remove any startup entry. Managing your startup list wisely will significantly decrease the time your computer takes to boot.
In general, Uninstall Tool is very easy to use. In fact, it has no significant differences compared to Windows built-in tool.
- It is easy to use.
- It supports batch uninstalling.
- It allows you to uninstall applications by force.
- It can scan the system for unwanted leftovers.