Geek Uninstaller

Geek Uninstaller

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software uninstall helper Geek Uninstaller is a software uninstaller that offers several advantages over the standard Windows software uninstall applet. It comes with a no-nonsense GUI that lets you view and sort all installed programs and provides right-click options to access registry keys, installation folder and web resources. When you uninstall a software, Geek Uninstaller will automatically check if any registry keys, files or folders where left behind and offer you to remove them. Other features include and option to force-remove a program (e.g. in case the standard uninstaller does not work), highlighting of newly installed apps and export to HTML report. Copyright

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PublisherThomas KoenPrice Free
Version1.4.5.136  historyLast updatedApr 18, 2019
File Size2.66 Mb RequirementsNone

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It leaves stuff behind2 starsby fernman Aug 25, 2016 (Read all my 8 reviews)
As I often try various bits of freeware, I thought Geek Uninstaller was ideal for me. But after using Geek for a couple of weeks, UltraSearch found 4 files on my hard drive with the name of a program I had removed, and another 4 files with the program maker's name. I then ran Regedit which found 3 leftover keys. Now I am using another uninstaller, whose first use was to remove Geek! showReview details
Fantastic 5 starsby Kerry4444 Apr 04, 2016 (Read all my 3 reviews)
Removes everything way better than the Microsoft uninstaller. showReview details
Very good for portable uninstaller tool4 starsby TechGuy88 May 04, 2015 (Read all my 2 reviews)
I've found Geek Uninstaller to be very good for a portable (no installation needed) uninstaller tool. In comparison to Revo it sometimes finds more leftover items. In a few instances, it found less. Of course, compared to the monitorthe-installation-style uninstallers, (Total Uninstall, Crystalidea Uninstall Tool, Revo Pro, etc) it will be less complete at finding leftover or hidden changes. I have compared to Total Uninstall, which almost always finds a few extra leftover registry entries. Still, a very good and worthy uninstaller tool to have in your tech kit. Especially given that it does not require to be installed itself. showReview details
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