Most of us are unaware of how many such applications are out there which no longer needed, eating precious hard disk space instead. Over time clutter accumulates and continues until you get rid of it, slowing your PC down. Removing clutter certainly makes your PC experience a whole lot better.
Keeping your PC clean from the unwanted applications and their leftovers ensures it runs error free and at its maximum speed.
You can manually uninstall applications which you no longer need from control panel listed under Programs and Features. In case you don’t see the application listed (This list shows the only programs written for Windows), check particular application folder in C:/Program Files folder, you can possibly find uninstaller of that application. You would find manual deletion perhaps the easy one but when you uninstall an application, it tends to leave a bunch of leftover files behind. Over time the leftover gets accumulate on your PC and can become obtrusive.
You can easily remove applications completely including all registry entries, leftover items using Uninstall Manager.
Uninstall Manager helps you to remove any unwanted application installed on your PC. With its advanced and fast algorithm, Uninstall Manager scans and immediately shows you all installed applications.
Uninstall Manager makes the task of removing application and files associated with it, a simple matter – The scanning process will only take few seconds and list you all applications installed on your PC which you can select the ones you really do not need and completely uninstall in a click.
When you open Uninstall Manager you can see Software List button on its main screen and as you click this button you get a list of all installed applications. The program will also show you applications more than 50MB size under a different tab named Largest Programs and recently installed applications under Recently Installed tab.
Select application you want to remove and click Uninstall button, it will safely remove the application and its associated files and references.