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  • 1.0 stars

    "Use ZSOFT UNINSTALLER or REGSHOT (BOTH FREE)"

    August 6, 2010  |   By RYAN2679

    Pros

    Nothing at all.

    Cons

    The company and the product.

    Summary

    PRODUCT DOESN'T DO WHAT THEY CLAIM, AND THEY KNOW IT.

    Every time someone posts lies about the effectiveness of this WORTHLESS PRODUCT or attacks me for posting the truth I WILL RESPOND. These LOSERS are LIARS and CHEATS and they routinely troll software forums leaving positive reviews and threaten litigation against anyone that leave negatives reviews.

    INDISPUTABLE FACTS AND PROOF:

    Does this program scan the entire registry? NO. It scans 2 out of 5 Registry Hives by default and another if you set it to do so, not to mention the MANY EXCLUDED KEYS. FACT.

    PROOF:
    In the options menu under Monitored Programs-Scanning Profiles-Default-Registry Tab you'll see only:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
    HKEY_USERS

    Open Microsoft Registry Editor and you'll clearly see that there are 5 registry hives:

    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
    HKEY_USERS
    HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG

    Prior to version 5.x, were "MAJOR UPGRADES" Free? NO. Only until recently 5.x was the author forced to give people "One Free Year Maintenance Period". FACT. If you bought version 4.9.5 and version 5 came out a day later, you would have to buy the product again. FACT. Even they author eluded to that point on fileforum.

    Are people THAT WORK for this company posting positive reviews and REMOVING USERS REVIEWS. YES. FACT.

    PROOF:

    �¯�¿�½�¯�¿�½, (Yes, that's his username) is someone so stupid and hypocritical that he didn't even bother to come up with a username, before questioning the intelligence of others.

    PROOF: I DARE YOU!
    If you don't believe me, find a program with a 30 trial period, install the product with Total Uninstall with before and after snapshots, wait a couple of days, uninstall the 30 trial program with Total Uninstall and then Re-Install the program. You'll find that you have 28 - 29 days left on your trial. If it removed all registry traces then the second time you install the trial program you would have 30 days left on your trial.

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