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Alternatives to Revo Uninstaller?
any tools to uninstall a software which cannot be uninstall from control panel
How to remove program that does not appear in Programs and Features?

Can someone recommended good uninstall software utilities that are freeware?

I need the one that could clean the remaining of the software that is uninstalled.


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CCleaner. The one tool for cleaning all sorts unwanted entries from your machine. It also has a built in uninstaller under it's 'Tools' section. enter image description here

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+1 for CCleaner as I didn't realise it did uninstallation as well. – tombull89 Jun 27 '11 at 11:12
It uninstall the sameway as windows does.CC doesn't do anything new as far as uninstallation goes. – Romil N Jun 27 '11 at 20:12

I like Glarys,
under the Modules tab in the Clean up & Repair Option the Uninstall Manager gives a good, easy to use cleanup with both free and paid for versions. It also comes with other helpful software.
This is the free version glarys modules

A list of other Uninstallers (with reviews) specializing in anti-virus cleanup, registry cleaners, etc,
can be found at C Net which should help you with your selection.

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Revo Uninstaller should be all you need. Avalible in both freeware and paid versions, as well as a portable installer.

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thanks... any other? – Romil N Jun 27 '11 at 9:48
That's the only one I've needed so I'm not aware of any others. What is it you need to get rid of? – tombull89 Jun 27 '11 at 9:50

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