Wednesday, 30 January 2013

How To Quickly Uninstall Unwanted Windows Apps From Right-Click Menu

The default Windows uninstall utility permits you to uninstall applications from your computer, but you have to open the dialog carton and look through the register of established submission before you uninstall them. We have enclosed some very useful uninstallation utilities such as Revo Uninstaller that includes added clean-up tools, and Geek Uninstaller that eliminates all residue along with the submission, encompassing registry entries and context list integrations. although, today we present you a simpler answer called Windows Uninstaller that lets you perform the task right from the context menu of established applications, without ever opening another dialog carton.

While the aforementioned tools have their own dialog boxes and choices, Windows Uninstaller makes use of the default uninstallation utility. The advantage of Windows Uninstaller over the default utility is the fact that you don’t have to open the Programs and Features dialog carton and gaze for the application through the list. Once you install the app, the Uninstall button is automatically supplemented to the context list of executable files. For instance if you are browsing through the Program documents folders and arrive across an unwanted application, you can just right-click its executable file and choose the Uninstall option.

Windows Uninstaller Folder
So if someone has to locate and go through each folder of the installed applications, why not just use the default utility? Well, that is where this tool really shines. Other than the context menu in the Windows Explorer, it also allows you to uninstall application through their Start Menu and Desktop shortcut entries.
Windows Uninstaller Start Menu
Just like the application files themselves, you can just right-click their shortcuts and choose the Uninstall option to uninstall the corresponding tool.
Windows Uninstaller Shortcut
Windows Uninstaller uses the default uninstallation method, so you will need to have the uninstaller for the application already available in order for it to work. This should hold true for most applications that come with properly built installers that also provide an uninstaller with the package, but some applications that aren’t provided this way by their developers might not work with the method. The applications works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Download Windows Uninstaller



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