Geek Uninstaller takes care of problem programs really well and can even uninstall programs other programs can't. It's one of the most powerful uninstallers you can find for Windows. Since it comes in a slim, portable package, it's wonderful to stick on a USB to help fix buggy PCs on the go.
Even though portable programs may make some antivirus software flag them as suspicious, our antivirus software didn't make a peep during testing. When you launch Geek Uninstaller for the first time it gives you a lengthy list of all of the programs on your computer, including some drivers, system programs, and hidden programs. That means you can uninstall just about anything on your computer, but be careful to only ax programs you know you don't need. All of the information this app gives you is presented in a traditional file menu that looks somewhat bland, but makes it easy to find the exact program you're looking for. Unlike some of its competitors, this app doesn't let you choose multiple programs to uninstall at once. You have to uninstall programs one-by-one and follow their traditional uninstall processes, which may take a bit longer but it's definitely more efficient. We had no problems with Geek Uninstaller leaving behind traces of programs after the cleanup, so you don't have to worry about any leftovers.
Geek Uninstaller is perfect for anyone who wants to make sure they leave nothing behind on their system when they uninstall a program. Just be careful when you're inside as it might happen that you uninstall something you actually need.
From Thomas Koen:
GeekUninstaller performs deep and fast scanning afterwards and removes all leftovers. It uses Force Removal for stubborn and broken programs. It features instant startup, minimalist, simple but efficient user interface.
What's new in this version:
Fixed crash fix in rare cases when performing leftovers scan.
None - This is not an uninstaller. It is a fake "scanner" that scans your registry and finds "errors" to get you to buy the full version. Yeah basically malware.
Everything. This is trash disguised as a malware. I should have known when I saw the company's name is "rainmaker software". They're busy "making it rain" at "da club" with a lot of peoples hard earned cash thanks to places like cnet hosting this junk.
This is not an uninstaller. It installed a program called Pro PC Cleaner. Not an uninstaller. What happened to CNET? It didn't used to be this way.
Wonderful piece of software. I recently have used Revo Uninstaller and IObit Uninstaller, except they weren't so pleasing to use. Revo Uninstaller wouldn't list all my programs and IObit Uninstaller got rid of too much, causing other program conflict. So, in short...I gave up on using uninstallers period, until I downloaded GeekUninstaller. It literally has created something way better than the competition... Absolute genious