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Posted · Original PosterOP

So, I have been using Revo for years and some time ago I switched from it to Wise because I saw somewhere they recommend it more than Revo. I'm still in dilema reading articles on internet since every page recommends different one. I'm aware that they all work great and there is really no wrong option, but I want to check with you guys what you think, whitch 1 works best. And of course, for free, I will not pay for it

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1 minute ago, WereCatf said:

Um, I just use the Windows-builtin "Add/Remove Programs."

Yeah, I thought that's what everyone uses.. haha


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Just now, Mateyyy said:

Yeah, I thought that's what everyone uses.. haha

The idea of using some separate tool for uninstalling stuff had never even occurred to me before. I see zero point in such, the builtin tool works just fine.


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4 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

The idea of using some separate tool for uninstalling stuff had never even occurred to me before. I see zero point in such, the builtin tool works just fine.

No, id say that using IOBit could be usefull.

it automatically and deleting leftover files, registry entries etc.

it can detect bundleware...

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What ive used in the past and is very practical.

 

But it has bad parts too:

License. You need to pay. It isnt worth it in my opinion to pay for features like that when you being less lazy you could do it youself.

 

It'll have ads for other IOBit products in it, like advanced system tuner or whatever.

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I just go to "uninstall or change a program" in the control panel. I have no need for a third party uninstaller.


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I used to use revo as well, it was really good for picking up extra files, but since I did a refresh on my PC about 18 months ago, I haven't bothered to use anything other than windows uninstaller, as it's mainly just steam games I'll probably redownload later on anyway.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
39 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

The idea of using some separate tool for uninstalling stuff had never even occurred to me before. I see zero point in such, the builtin tool works just fine.

I got you but I got bored of searching for leftovers in AppData or ProgramFiles

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1 hour ago, Lakobrija said:

I got you but I got bored of searching for leftovers in AppData or ProgramFiles

You must be installing some really shit stuff, if they leave so much stuff behind that it's actually worth caring about. For all the stuff I've used, there may be a couple of log-files or such behind and that's totally not worth being bothered about.


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