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Old 31-07-18, 07:54
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Is Revo better to use than the windows uninstaller?
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Default Re: revo uninstaller?

Yes - Windows Uninstaller leaves residue in the registry, but programs can have their own uninstallers which will remove these.

I use the free version of IObit Uninstaller and have done for quite sometime.

I prefer its simplicity of use.
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Default Re: revo uninstaller?

I have used the free versions of both Revo Uninstaller and Geek Uninstaller for a long time now, Both do a good job, aree asy to use and get rid of leftover folders and registry entries.

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