Revo Uninstaller is a freeware innovative uninstall utility. It is not just an uninstall program it also includes other tools and features that will help you to clean your Windows based computer system. With its unique "Hunter mode" it offers you some simple, easy to use but effective and powerful approaches to manage (uninstall, stop, delete, disable from auto starting) and to get information about your installed and/or running applications. Many additional tools are included in Revo Uninstaller.
Reviewing 1.93 (Nov 15, 2011)
Pro version repeated crashed when I tried installing a simple calendar under real-time monitor mode.
Reviewing 1.91 (Jan 10, 2011)
The full version fully supports 64bit Windows and lists every 64bit program.
Reviewing 1.91 (Dec 31, 2010)
Does not list Win7 or Win7x64 in the OSes supported by this program. I have used an earlier version of Revo with XP and found it very thorough in cleaning up the remnants of uninstalled programs. But this staunch refusal to support the OS of today, unless you get the paid version is most surprising.
For those who want something for Win7x32 or x64, get ioBit Uninstaller or ioBit Toolbox which has a complete suite of tools to clean out every bit of junk, both files and registry entries. I have found it just as good. But I strongly suggest that anyone using such tools must have a disk image made of their drive that contains Windows, just in case.
Reviewing 1.90 (Dec 22, 2010)
Whats odd is that Revo Uninstaller shows up in its own list. Kinda thought VS Revo Group would've left that one out. Can you actually uninstall Revo using Revo? lol. Its like Googling Google.
Reviewing 1.90 (Dec 2, 2010)
I have spent a couple of years testing uninstallers and have not been overwhelmed or even "whelmed" by what was available for free or for fee. No matter what I experimented with, there was always trash left behind, either in registry entries or files or folders. In installed Revo and played with it in virtual mode and was surpirsed by what I didn't find. I made the move to a regular install and went at it again. I still liked what I was seeing. The only hitch I found turned out to be a problem with my system and not Revo Uninstaller. I liked the idea of tracking an installation so I sprang for the fee and tried it again. I tried it again with two versions fo the same program in the same directory which would leave overlap in some of the dll files. Using the Uninstall function in conjunction with the traced install, I played and uninstalled and reinstalled the two versions. Never did it bark at me or leave an unexpected result. I still like the free version but have found the Fee version to be outstanding and 100% trustworthy. With al the work I do and being the perpetual tinkerer, it has been worth every penny. Thanks Revo!
It's still great and there's still a free version