PC Decrapifier is free for personal use and only costs $ 25 if you want to buy it for commercial purposes like computer technician etc. I have used these programs several times and can say that it is really convenient. In fact, I used it quite often on client computers that were a few years old, but over time, a lot of programs have accumulated.
Another great program that is very popular is Revo Uninstaller The program comes in a free version, although it lacks many features. The paid version costs $ 39, but if you are someone who likes to keep your computer clean and tidy, then this program is pretty cool.
It is good to know, however, that the paid version of the program has a 30-day trial, and it is a fully functional copy without any restrictions. You can try it on some hard-to-remove programs and see how it works. If you’re happy, it might be worth it. They also have a portable version that might be better bought because you can take it with you when you visit friends and family and use it when they ask you to fix their crappy computers like me!
When you first download it, Revo Uninstaller will provide you with a list of all installed programs for all users on the system. By default, it is displayed as icons, but you can click the small View button and change it to details if you need more information about the programs, such as its installation date, size, etc.
Just select a program and click the Uninstall button to get rid of it. The free program has many other features, and one that I love is the ability to uninstall system updates and system components. Just click the Options button and then click Uninstaller and check the appropriate boxes.
If you click on Tools, you will find Autorun Manager, which will show you all the processes that are started when you boot your computer. Windows Tools has several links to some of the more useful tools already available in the operating system. You can get network information, edit Group Policy, manage services, defragment your disk, and more.
I won’t go into details as we are just focused on removing unwanted software from your computer, but you can experiment with Revo Uninstaller because it can do a lot more. The Pro version is just full of features and even supports 64-bit Windows.
IObit Uninstaller is another free program that you can use to completely remove software from your system. Remember that these last two uninstallers are useful for completely removing all traces of a program. Obviously, you can manually uninstall programs yourself, but many programs leave leftovers all over the place, i.e. registry, temp folders, etc., so these programs are supposedly better at removing those programs.
After installing IObit, you will see a similar interface with a list of all programs installed on your computer. Just pick one and hit delete. You can also click on the tabs at the top to find recently installed programs, large programs, rarely used programs, etc. It also has a tab at the very top for toolbars and plugins, which is handy because you’ll be surprised how many plugins and add-ons installed in your browser without your knowledge. He’ll even tell you which ones you can trust and which ones you can’t.
So, these are three different ways that you can clean up your computer and start it up again without crashing. You can use many other programs like CCleaner, etc., but in reality this article is all about removing unnecessary software from your PC. If you have any suggestions of your own, let us know in the comments. Enjoy!