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UnClean 2.0


UnClean (short for Uninstall Cleanly) provides full and clear access to all available uninstall information from the Registry, and does so for any of the six current Windows platforms. It also lets you delete an uninstall entry if you discover that it is no longer valid. And of course it lets you remove, change, or repair programs in the same way the built-in Add/Remove Programs does. The install utility for any Windows application should put the uninstall command for that application into the Registry. Modern install utilities add quite a bit more the expected size of the installation, install date, publisher's name, URL for tech support, and so on. Unfortunately, the Add/Remove Programs applet for NT4, Win95, Win98, and WinME ignores all this information, showing nothing but a simple list of programs that can be uninstalled. Windows 2000 and XP have an updated Add/Remove Programs applet that provides access to this new information, but it's sluggish and awkward. Besides uninstalling programs, you can use UnClean to study detailed information about each uninstall entry in the Registry. Windows 2000 and XP provide some additional data on installed programs that may be useful. UnClean will help you find defective entries, and help you decide just what to uninstall. And it allows creation of a permanent record, in print or file, of the entire list or of any entry's details.

OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP

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