IObit Uninstaller 3.1 Now Available With Powerful New Options

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The new iObit uninstaller has just been released, so Windows users can now uninstall multiple programs without prompts and see a “shred” button in Windows Explorer.

To maintain a speedy computer, it always pays to watch how many programs you have installed. If you are not using something, then you can uninstall it and you will end up with some extra space, as well as a slightly faster system. Normally the default Windows uninstaller is sufficient to get rid of something, but it has its limitations. For example, you can only uninstall one thing at a time (which is a drag if you need to uninstall say 10 programs).

The answer then is to use a third party uninstaller, and that is where IObit Uninstaller comes in. The company behind the software app has just announced version 3.1, which merits a serious look if you are currently unsatisfied with what Windows has to offer.

IObit already allows batch removal of programs, and removal of toolbars and plugins, but now it has gone one step further. Programs can be uninstalled without any prompts appearing on the screen, and a “shred” button can now be added to Windows Explorer, enabling you to permanently and securely delete files. You can also “force uninstall” anything which is proving a bit on the stubborn side.

Check out IObit and let us know in the comments what you think of it.

Source: Techdows

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Venkat

I am author of TechDows, thanks for the credit.

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Alex Kurtev

I have CCleaner installed and I use it to clean my system and to uninstall programs. Am I doing it wrong? I want to have “healthy” system, right? And I have installed, let’s say 20 programs. Where is the point to install one more program just to get rid of other programs?

nive

CCleaner is a good program for what is does, but it is not as effective in removing all traces of installed programs as a dedicated uninstaller, such as the one mentioned here.

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Paul Harris

I’ve been using Comodo Program Manager for some time now and find it does a very good removal, although only one at a time.

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