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- Can run user-specified commands before and after uninstalling
- Fast, automatic uninstall
I would not recommend using this program if you are not ready to spend your time trying to understand all of its
functions. I was delighted to be able to delete applications with damaged uninstallers due to which applications
become invisible in the standard removal winows list. When you use a PC for a long time, sometimes you forget about some programs installed a long time ago, and they continue to take disk space.
In my opinion, much, much better than Revo, IOBIT, or C-Cleaner or any others out there. It provides guidelines even hints during uninstalls to not only make sure you are deleting everything appropriate, but also to ensure you know what you are doing now. The UI may take a little getting used to if you are coming from another program, but it really isn't a big deal. And it is very uniqueness gives the advanced users many other options. Is it perfect? No. None of them are perfect. Programs, especially with big name, tend to be very invasive and require some custom cleaning. But boy, Bulk Crap Uninstaller does a much better job than any other. Pros Everything! Cons Nothing.
f it not work, I may haven`t understood what I was supposed to do. I wanted to get rid of a McAfee scan that somehow downloaded without my permission at Adobe's website. It refused to go away. I believe I have been successful now with your product and time will tell. If not, I will be back to readjust my rating downward, if so, I may be back to readjust upwards. I am not sure your optional rating of aspects covers the contingencies, especially when is asked to judge a program immediately after using it. How would I know if Support is bad or excellent? I haven`t had to utilize Support. Good questions and survey prompts are not as easy as it seems to be. Even many teachers can`t handle with it properly.
Impressive service by Bulk Crap Uninstaller. I need to spend some time figuring out which applications to uninstall and are not being used. Bulk Crap Uninstaller sure will be a great utility product to have to get rid of unwanted applications, and free up the computer space quite frequently. Nice hunt.
On my Windows 7 Enterprise system, BCU lists hundreds of Internet Explorer installations, all in the Windows or winsxs directory, and none of which it can uninstall. I guess I could take ownership of that directory and just delete them all manually, but that kind of defeats the purpose of such an uninstaller. A similar problem exists for the hundreds of Microsoft Net Framework installations and thousands of Windows components that BCU is reporting as "uninstallable." Bulk Crap Uninstaller did work correctly on a Windows 10 system though. It disposed of the many unwanted store apps quickly and efficiently.
Even don't know what to say about, there is everything what popular commercial solutions have and even more. Interface is very informative, you even can see graphical visualization of disk space taken by applications! Before uninstallation, the software inform you about related applications and third-party programs which related with one which will be uninstalled. It works like a charm! However, you should be careful, because the software can find even some "handmade" installers and recognize them as unregistered installed software, but color highlighting and quick tips will orient you quickly.
I really like Bulk Crap Uninstaller although I don't use it very much because I don't uninstall very much. I am really looking forward to the next update which I thought might have been yesterday. I am having a serious problem with one computer which prevents me from using Bulk Crap Uninstaller. I got in touch with one of developers and was able to help him by sending him files from that computer. Now I am waiting.
Without a doubt, this is the best uninstaller I have ever used. But let the user beware, this is a serious piece of software and deserves some of your study time. True, it can easily be used by novice users and advanced users will love the plethora of features, but be sure you know what you are doing or you could really screw up your system. The more time I spend with this gem, the more I like it. In my honest opinion, Bulk Crap Uninstaller is to uninstallers what Process Explorer is to Task Manager. It's that good.
Bulk Crap Uninstaller is what I was needed to organize the uninstall lists. I wish it was possible to include the drivers too. I know how limited we are sometimes under certain platforms. And I am sure you could improve one thing for now, noting that I just installed your program on apparently the only surface pro 4 in Lebanon, (My country of origin). Hope I was saying something you don't know. All the best!
I usually use Revo Uninstaller Pro. Bulk Crap Uninstaller is a markedly different thing (What a name! At least, Crap Cleaner had the propriety to cloak itself under the guise of C-Cleaner). Last time I checked, BCU (Lets call it that way) lacked two of the most powerful features of Revo: search, then forced uninstallation of possible remnants of formerly uninstalled programs (which therefore don`t appear anymore, either in the Windows Control Panel installed programs list, or in the Revo lists); and audited installation which guarantees proper uninstallation by just reverting the recorded log. Now when I can`t be sure that Revo having those features, it`s actually makes its operation cleaner and safer than BCU. It`s still possible, in theory, that BCU could work as good as Revo despite the lack of logging function. However, it does not seem to be able to double-clean formerly uninstalled software, and the Revo auditing method certainly looks efficient on paper. But, BCU has the advantage over Revo when it comes to Bulk uninstalling several programs in a row. Also, it has a more thorough and sensible user interface. It seems to be designed with IT types in mind, though still being usable by others. One of the many useful extra sets of information BCU can display, is the list of portable programs. I probably have more portable programs "installed" by now than actually installable programs. Although you can, of course, locate and delete them through Windows Explorer, it is much easier to have all your programs listed in the same place.
Bulk Crap Uninstaller is simple. Just amazing! Very powerful and efficient software with bunch of useful features and configuration options. I cannot make up my mind about your support because its design is simple enough to use for anyone. Everything talks for itself, so I do not need any kind of support from BCU.
I absolutely love this app! I am the CTO of a couple of small businesses including northwestvape.com that I co-own, so I have to wear several hats needing to save as much time and effort as possible. Bulk Crap Uninstaller is the first thing I install on every new workstation and every older computer that needs troubleshooting. By far the easiest, quickest, and safest way to get rid of all that bloatware new and old computers get stuffed with. True bulk silent uninstalls, full fledged startup manager and computer maintenance tools, and uninstall lists that give a community rating on if the program lives or dies are the true magic of BCU. Plus portable app settings make me a die hard fan for forever. I was super surprised unhappy by how many other uninstall apps actually include and install their own bloatware?! Bulk Crap Uninstaller is clean as a whistle and has my trust and my companies loyalty. Thanks!
Great help for classifying and uninstalling unnecessary apps. Fond some bugs, but not severe. Zip-download should be offered as portable version on website (I had problems with setup on a Win10 driven with Parallels). It somehow reminds me of Process Explorer. From now on it is a part of my essential IT tools.
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