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Smarty Uninstaller 2012 Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — Smarty Uninstaller 2012

Smarty Uninstaller has intuitive and easy to use interface and will allow you to manage and completely remove Windows applications.
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Smarty Uninstaller 2012 was available as a giveaway on June 7, 2011!

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Smarty Uninstaller has intuitive and easy to use interface and will allow you to manage and completely remove Windows applications.

The most of Windows applications are quite complicated and put a lot of traces in your system (e.g. entries in Windows Registry, Program Files and Shortcuts). It is all OK until you want to remove a program. The thing is if you use program's regular uninstaller, it usually fails to delete all the leftover files and entries.

Besides some users don't use the uninstallers at all. They just delete the application's program files from the hard drive, so other traces still stay untouched. Meanwhile large amount of junk traces can make your PC much slower. Smarty Uninstaller will help you to avoid all those problems and much more.

Don't miss your chance to buy Smarty Uninstaller with updates at the Giveaway Day 40% Discount:

NB: purchased license should be used to activate regular version of Smarty Uninstaller available at the www.smartuninstall.com. It will not work to unlock the Giveaway version.

System Requirements:

Windows XP, 2000, 2003 Server, Vista, 7; .NET Framework 2.0 is required


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File Size:

5.63 MB



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Fubar - when I do not specifically do not comment on the give-away-of-the-day them is an explicit thumbs up for trying the give-away, I found no catastrophic fault with the program. Some I keep, some I don't. If I find a major fault or bug then I will comment in a positive manner with my suggestion about it.

Other than that I try to be respectful to all and to all a good night!

Reply   |   Comment by Ron  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

I nearly missed out on this. Thank goodness I remembered to check on this page before heading off to bed!

Reply   |   Comment by Ringleader  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Thanks - mainly Mike (mike) and Fubar for addressing my specific questions about "super powerful" Uninstallers provided sometimes to us as Software's own, I used them in the past but wondered how they square with Universal ones (yesterday Offer) in general.

Fubar! - when I said should we "trust" them - I meant: Will they perform a BETTER cleaning job than Universal Uninstallers! - Therefore I found Your mentioning "in the same breath" notion of "irrational, paranoid.." thinking (again) - quite unnecessary?

I think You often mistake (and rave about, yes), or compare a real Paranoia(?) to Worrying/Being Puzzled/Feeling Uneasy/Being Somewhat Suspicious of..
I'm sure each of us have reasons/experiences of feeling UNCOMFORTABLE with Software we don't know, or trusted, and it turned out to be...
I don't think we should be too worried about GAOTD's Offers, I'm sure They wouldn't advocate anything being "deadly and destructive" - but given Software might represent Companies we don't trust, or something we used in a past and did us more damage than good.
That's why we follow Discussions and seek help.

As to Your (Fubar) philosophy of Life - You are perfectly entitled to You believes.
I, if I may, stay unimpressed. I find that Your "scientific" arguments often go hand in hand with countless Conspiracy Theories.., hmm.
I am not naive not to know what governments, companies, institutions might be, or are - "up to".. - but I will not allow THAT to consume, spoil, and chew my mind.
That indeed might lead to paranoia..LOL.
I'd rather stay a "Wondering Child":), but off course being an adult - I cannot be blind to the EVIL of extremism, dictatorships, totalitarianism, racism.
Did I mentioned.. Spammers?! - How could I forget!:))
We might differ as to who the culprits are, and where they "lay" on our Planet...

Reply   |   Comment by fran  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

I had installed this software on my Win7 and found it to be very user-friendly. I had tried several similar software before but this one is certainly the best for me. Thank you Smarty Uninstaller 2012 for this great product and thanks to Giveaway of the Day too, for bringing it to all of us.

Reply   |   Comment by MarcusChan  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

#75, Ron, I'm not going to respond to your baiting. Where are your comments about today's giveaway or other methods to uninstall programs? Oh, that's right, you didn't say anything useful at all. I've previously stated that I don't make any money in any way whatsoever from posting here. Unlike many people who post here, I understand that GOTD isn't a freeware site, and I don't have a problem with listing useful freeware, open-source software, donationware, and commercial software.

If you're using System Restore to aid uninstallation, remember that System Restore can always be undone. As another poster commented, setting a System Restore point prior to uninstallation is useful if you're not using a previous System Restore point to aid uninstallation, that way if the uninstall causes problems, you can run System Restore to repair things (but not necessarily the original install, which may include non-System things).

#66, fran, again I don't like getting off-topic, but I don't see anything special about humans, that's a very self-important attitude. The reality is that we don't see any evidence of technologically advanced life elsewhere in the universe. Evidence indicates that evolution guarantees that technologically advanced life will always fail. Normally, evolution in a species results in competitors evolving to compete, which holds the species in check. That doesn't happen when a species achieves advanced technology, and the species self-destructs, exactly as humans are doing by destroying the environment, wiping out other species, and over-populating the world. Humans won't go extinct right away, but global civilization will collapse very soon. The problem is that smaller civilizations were able to form again, but a collapse of global civilization at this point may result in a situation where a technologically advanced civilization cannot arise again due to easily-reachable resource depletion and environmental destruction. If some rare situation occurred somewhere in the universe where two different species achieved technology at the same time and at about the same rate, then there's a chance that competition between them could restrain each species from self-destructing, but such a situation is extraordinarily unlikely to occur, and I'm not sure that only a pair of technologically advanced species is much more likely to survive than just one. On the other hand, it's been estimated that the actual size of our universe may be at least googol to the fifth times larger than the known universe, as we're limited to only being able to see things out to the distance that light could travel since the Big Bang plus cosmic inflation since that time (there was also a much faster-than-lightspeed expansion period). Of course, none of that matters if no species lasts long enough to achieve faster-than-lightspeed travel (possible by warping space, but the requirements may not be achievable). In addition, dark energy is increasing the rate of expansion, so intergalactic travel in particular gets harder all of the time. Evidence indicates that the universe should be teeming with life, just not technologically advanced life, and even multicellular life may be extremely rare. I'm disappointed that our government and NASA is puttering around. Evidence indicates probable microbial life in the caves on Mars, but that's not where we're looking. Ultraviolet measurements indicate possible microbial life in the clouds on Venus, but that would be an extraordinary technological challenge to research. We should concentrate on Mars for now, using robotic probes in caves. We're not going to find anything on the surface. Even here on Earth, it's difficult to detect any signs of any type of life in parts of the Atacama Desert, and it would be much more difficult to detect signs of life on the surface of Mars.

#25, C.J., I'm not going to respond to your rants. It's simply a fact that Windows 7 is much-improved over XP, and most XP programs run on it or can be run in a VM. If hardware requires an XP-only driver, again you can use a VM if it's a USB device.

SysTracer doesn't require you to pay annual fees. Having upgrades available for 25% of the purchase price is a good deal, many developers charge 50% or more for upgrades.

Reply   |   Comment by Fubar  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

If fubar makes sensible critique of the methods of handling certain operations of the PC, just acknowledge it and learn from it, even though some of you may find the tone and critique personally too authoritative for your liking. If so, just ignore the comment. I like elaborate explanation and critique rather than those one or two liners, which is hardly concise and leave alot to your own imagination. Such comments should be deleted by the moderators as they serve not much useful purpose here, other than self-serving. Some comments are erroneous too in the information too and these should be deleted.

You will also notice that fubar never comment on just any GAOTD offered but only those he believes his own expertise lies. So, all in all, I'm pleased with fubar's comments here always.

Reply   |   Comment by Lu Hulu  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

@15 Fubar Thank you for your analyses which are thorough and clearly expressed. Someone needs to remind us that, when evaluating an uninstaller, it is important to know that often "You can't go home again" and remove all of the changes caused by installing software.

Reply   |   Comment by Harvey  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

This has nothing to do with software but I know TWO perfect people (not including Mr. F'd up~could be he's describing his life?)they're my parents who thinks they've never done anything wrong in their perfect lives. I'm adopted so they don't even get that...Anyway, GOTD is a wonderful resource and what's more, the fights are quite amusing. Now, can someone please help with my setup.exe issue? It never fails, whenever I desperately want to try a program something goes wrong. I'm no computer genius, but I can use the mouse just fine *joke*

Reply   |   Comment by carrie  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Tried this software out and it does not do anywhere near the job that Revo Pro will do for you. If you already have Revo stick with it, if you do not this is nice for free but doesn't compare to Revo. The method of taking snapshots for the installations and the removal process offered are all less than ideal and with Revo these steps are much simpler for less educated users and more fluid and easy for any type of user. I cannot call this software junk but even with it being given away for free I would suggest buying the Pro version of Revo, having a better installation process as well as removal process is only two of the best reasons but not ALL of the reasons why this isn't the best and in testing I suspect it could actually create a few issues in specific circumstances.

Reply   |   Comment by Tweak  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

#25 - by C.J. - I agree with your comments about fubar... it was he (fubar) that mentioned “SysTracer”. Does fubar have any monetary benefit from buleproject? I asked before if he would provide disclamers with his posts (e.g. who does he work for, have contracts with, etc.) but then he quited down for a while. His pattern is silimar to an unempolyed friend of mine that refuses to take antidepressants.

And fubar, the answer to your question, “I’ve said this many times before and no one listens.” is that you say in 100 words what professionals can say in 10. You blow too much hot air. Make it consise and to the point in a respectful tone... you would get more listeners and perhaps a few more followers. It is not only the technical information presented that is important but the manner in which it is presented that makes the largest benefit to listeners.

#30 - OldScotty - I second your opinion about windows registry. I still use some old programs that use "ini" files, and they still work great!

#32 - fubar - wow! I am underwhelmed by your statement.

Reply   |   Comment by Ron  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

I am certainly one of the folks that learns a lot from this site. I find though that computers have such a short life span anyways that it's generally not worth paying too much attention to the "junk" it costs $100 to clean the laptop, another hundred for a new battery so after two years it's time to upgrade. After one year it's time to clean so I just throw in the disks, reformat and reinstall the 5 critical programs. This takes a couple of hours of my time.
I am going to download this, based on other comments and try it - see if it speeds up my computer. Maybe I won't need to reformat this time.
Thanks to everyone for all the valuable input.

Reply   |   Comment by EricT  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

The solution is simple: before installing a program, create an image backup of your system partition and should the program be unsatisfactory/useless, you can restore the original state.

Reply   |   Comment by rebel  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

#34, janetb, here is a sample screenshot of the options for System Restore on Windows 7. Since I have a small, almost full SSD, there are usually very few restore points. When I reinstall Windows, I'm going to move some large items to my RAID array, like Documents and virtual machine data files, which will free up a great deal of space. You should normally check the option in the lower-left, "Show more restore points", if you don't see the Restore Point that you're interested in (may not do anything if there are no additional Restore Points). After selecting a Restore Point, click the button in the lower right, "Scan for affected programs". Obviously, my example didn't have anything interesting, but you can see what the results would be.

#41, tc1uscg, since this is "bash-Fubar" day, I'm hesitant to get off-topic again. I don't have any control over whether people see my comments as positive or negative, that's a choice that they make. Science always self-corrects as new information becomes available. It takes extraordinarily advanced science to bring you your lifestyle. People are always questioning investing in things like basic science and space technology. Without them, we wouldn't have the technology and lifestyle which we have now. It takes both pure and applied science to provide nuclear energy. It takes considerable science and technology to provide automobiles and the fuel which powers them. It takes very advanced science to provide the food that you eat. It takes very advanced pure science and space science to provide GPS and communications satellites, which carry Internet, phone, and TV data. It takes the same research to create weather satellites which bring you forecasts and warn you of severe weather. I could go on endlessly. Science does tell us how to take care of our environment and life on this planet. Some things which the public considers to be controversial aren't, there are serious disinformation campaigns by corporations and politicians who want to fool you into believing that they're using valid science when they're not. Humans aren't going to be around long enough to figure everything out, and that's not possible anyway. Just because we can't figure out everything doesn't mean that we can't use what we know. The Standard Model of physics has been extremely useful, yet there are considerable indications that portions may be wrong. Our understanding of quantum mechanics has been essential for many areas of technology, but there are major things about it which we haven't figured out. There are many theories coming out of very advanced physics, but most of them may be wrong. For example, there are all sorts of interesting ideas which come from string theory, but there are indications that string theory may be wrong, so that research may be for nothing, but research into alternative theories may pay off. It's part of science to come up with new theories, test them, and use them while they're applicable, discarding them or portions which later fail to model reality. We know that Newtonian physics is wrong, yet it's extraordinarily useful most of the time. It would be extremely impractical to apply relativistic theory to most everyday problems, the difference with Newtonian physics would be quite negligible.

#44, Giovanni, I don't use third-party uninstallers for the reasons which I gave earlier. It would be disingenuous of me to give an opinion on Smarty Uninstaller.

#53, fran, those specialized uninstallers are generally safe and are designed to remove all traces of the developer's product(s).

I've mentioned in the past that the reason that UserAssist entries are obfuscated via Rot13 is so that you won't find them when searching for traces of the program in question. That lets you uninstall and reinstall a program, and it will maintain its position in the Start menu. If you just uninstall a program, it won't show up in the Start menu anyway. I stand by my assertion that providing useful features in Windows is in no way "spying" on you or "invading your privacy", and that people who think that way are irrational and paranoid. I know that this will come as a shock to those who think that way, but Windows maintains extensive logs, probably hundreds, on all types of activity. You can browse through them via Administrative Tools, Event Viewer. Most error-only logs should be empty, informational logs can be extensive. In addition, many applications generate logs.

Reply   |   Comment by Fubar  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

Regarding Smarty Uninstaller 2012 I just downloaded and installed it on Windows 7 Pro-64x. I didn't unzip it, but ran the setup program from the zip file and it installed fine. The program seems to run faster than Revo Uninstaller which I have used for several years. After Smarty found all the installed programs, it showed them in two categories, 32-bit and 64-bit. Until seeing that list I didn't know which were 32-bit and which were 64-bit, so that list alone is info I've never had before. I'm sure there are ways to determine that in other ways, if you know enough about computers, but I don't. Also, by clicking on the icon for any installed program it shows me which version it is, the date installed, folder, etc. I used it to uninstall a program that I don't want to use any more and it seemed to work fine, but I don't know how you can tell if it really did.

Reply   |   Comment by snowd  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Installed on win7 32bit HP. Started smarty and took a snapshot of a free game install... no snapshot? The game didn't even appear on smarty's installed programs list. Kept on getting jit debugging messages when trying to start the smarty program. Uninstalled smarty with my old friend Revo. Chose advanced mode, Revo almost uninstalled it's own reg entries. Carefully selected the smarty reg entries only.

Reply   |   Comment by Jeeepers  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

To #44 Giovanni,

The best way to test how well Smarty Uninstaller performs versus other uninstallers is to select to uninstall a program, and then when the programs uninstaller runs, cancel it, and then let Smarty/Revo do a scan for leftover files and registry entries and see how many are found.

Reply   |   Comment by Roger  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

The program offered today is quite good and worthy of installation. It is clean, intuitive and does-what-it-does quite well. It does not claim to restore your system to original after an installation. It claims that it will clean up the junk that programs often leave behind. It does that as well as any other I have used.

Like many of you, there are days when I feel that the GOTD offering is pretty worthless, but this is not one of those days.

For what it's worth... I appreciate technical insight. Fubar's input is usually helpful (albeit a bit verbose and sometimes has a condescending flavor). I also don't always agree with him. BUT...he often gets it right... and at least he takes the time to try to be helpful. Fubar, do you have a blog?

Thanks to GOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by friendinme  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#34: "Installwatch Pro hasn’t worked since I upgraded to Win 7 64 bit — is there a similar free program?"

AFAIK, nope.
RegShot2 can come close, set to monitor files/folders [not just the registry], but it doesn't have all of InstallWatch Pro's features. Smarty Uninstaller is faster, & its logs are almost as good, but after today it's not free.

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#53" "... but these “mega powerful” ones. Is it all a Myth?"

Yes... there's no magic, universal uninstaller that works for everything. In some cases the developer has created an app to remove all traces of their software, in my experience when/if they know it's impossible otherwise, yet necessary for an update. McAfee for example has such a tool.

Apps vary in how complex their install routine is, but in many of the more complex cases you get deliberately hidden registry entries, registry entries & folders with names different from the app, one or more Microsoft runtime redistributions, registry keys with values for all sorts of other apps &/or files, maybe a driver/service or two, and so on. There's nothing that can make sense of it all, can backtrack to list everything after the fact, & logging the install can be of little use with logs so large it takes forever to read through them. Just deleting everything that changed in the logs using an uninstaller app can often break stuff, or at the least make it so you can't install a later version because of some remaining trace of hidden DRM.

But that's worst case... many, many apps are portable or near portable, many have less impact & include decent uninstallers etc. As long as you take normal precautions like backing up, for apps with reasonably well behaved install routines recording setup with Smarty Uninstaller & later uninstalling with the app will probably work fine.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

@Fubar, #32 - "I believe in science, which says that humans aren’t anything special, in fact, we’re nothing in the lifespan and expanse of the universe. People who understand science are far more likely to take care of the environment and other life on this planet."

- My Dear Friend, did it ever occur to You that Humans are indeed very Special?
Not only we can master a Wonderful World of Science:) - but believing in OTHER THINGS (not necessarily a specific Religion) can also teach us Humanity (yes!) and Humility (another yes!) - so important in Life?

Secondly - We can either be Scientists, or just simply - loving, caring, thinking Creatures (or both!) when it comes to "taking care of environment and other life on this planet" as You "worry" about..
Don't! LOL.
There is room for All, and every little helps, right?
Humbly Yours:)

Reply   |   Comment by fran  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

This comment is way too far down for anyone to actually read but I'll add my two cents worth anyway.

I can relate to Fubar totally. Telling people over and over what works and what doesn't gets us to the point where we get very upset because we know that those who don't listen, at least a little, are headed for trouble. People we know then expect us to bail them out when they do stupid things.

Having said that, GAOTD is not for the person who actually knows what they are doing _unless_ they want to try new programs. It's for the more casual user who has a need for some software and doesn't know where to turn to find a good program. It's also for people to get items they need for free.

GAOTD is suppose to be for trying out a program and a company and IF we like it then we go see what else they have to offer and maybe upgrade if needed. It's a way to get the company's name out there and often they are giving away the version that is either outdated or about to become outdated.

It's a choice. If you happen to have a program that is better for you, then briefly let us know the difference. You really need to try the one being given away first. You might find it's better than you think. :-) Free is good these days.

I have found many good companies and programs from software given here for free. GAOTD is a good site. Don't ruin a good thing.

Reply   |   Comment by marcycn  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

#11: "3 words: Advanced Uninstaller Free ..."

Thanks! I'll give it a look see.

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FWIW & if it helps...
The average PC/laptop user uninstalls software they don't like/want/need, before they upgrade an app, and/or when an app is causing problems. When uninstalling an app leaves traces behind, you may still have the same problem that caused you to uninstall the app in the 1st place. Or an upgrade might not install or work properly. Or the leftovers might cause problems with some future app or update you haven't installed yet -- may not install for well over a year. Sadly that's not speculation -- I've suffered "All of the Above" myself, & have both seen it & read reports of the same thing happening to others. Those changes left behind to cause problems can be in the registry, can be in .NET, can be left over files, &/or I've seen apps that changed Windows so you either put up with whatever or do a fresh Windows (re)install.

The way I've come to deal with new software &/or versions that can have a big impact &/or be difficult to undo, is by setting them aside, then once or twice a month I'll do a fresh Paragon backup of win7 in XP, add that software &/or drivers to win7, & then give it a [up to 1 week] trial -- if one or more of the apps or drivers fails I go back into XP & spend the 1/2 hour restoring that backup. In win7 Restore is OK, but I don't like to rely on it when I have to be absolutely certain I can put things back -- I've had System Restore fail, which I've never had happen with a [verified] backup. [BTW, win7 Backup/Restore is one reason my PC dual boots into win7 & XP -- I can do the same thing with a boot disc or USB stick, but booting into XP to restore a backup image is faster, easier, & I have to admit feels safer (something left over from the *old* days when it was much easier to find yourself with a system that wouldn't boot).] That doesn't addess issues when/where I remove an app -- it just prevents some of those issues from becoming, well, issues. ;-)

I have cleansed apps from the registry, usually when I had little choice, & while it's not fun & probably not perfect, it's quite doable... Generally after backing up I'll find the app's software key in Regedit & export it for reference before deleting. Then I search in Regedit for that app's name, recording any CLSIDs I come across [e.g. "00000000-0F56-11D2-9887-00A0C969725B" - don't include {} brackets] -- after deleting keys with the app's name I'll search out those CLSIDs, including any in the .reg file I exported -- note that I always complete a CLSID search in the registry *Before* I delete any keys/entries, so I can see if something else uses that CLSID before I delete the 1st entry I come across. I also make ERUNT registry backups as waypoints on long projects, &/or you can always restart at different points to make sure everything's as it should be -- both help protect you from wasting a lot of time, e.g. without those waypoints, deleting a registry key that breaks Windows means restoring a [registry or partition] backup & starting over from scratch... Not cool. I've had less luck trying to purge old files that were stuck in one of the Windows folders [Windows, Common Files, Documents and Settings or Users and ProgramData (XP/7)] -- again dual booting comes in handy, as I'll rename folders [or files] & then see if that currently inactive Windows will start & run OK... if not no big deal to change the name(s) back. If you rename a file [or folder] & that file's being used by a running process, Windows can simply auto-correct the new name or path in the registry.

There are a couple of things you can do that might help you out when it comes to removing an app more completely. You can use RegShot or RegShot2 monitoring software installations -- RegShot2 is harder to find but it works with win7 64... both will take before/after shots of Windows registry, & will save a list of changes to a text file you can store [maybe in the folder for the app you installed?], so you know where to look for leftovers if/when you later uninstall that software. Uninstallers like Ashampoo's & AUF & Smarty Uninstaller will take more complete snapshots for a better record, but the problem with that is as Windows grows older, it gets fatter -- the Windows folder on my XP partition holds ~8.34 GB -- win7's is ~25 GB... it can take a while to scan & create a record of your files for those snapshots [in that respect today's GOTD was faster than AUF]. Universal Extractor is a free app that will very often expand a setup file [including .msi] into the individual files that will be installed, often including a text file listing where everything will go http://goo.gl/8upF ... one way I use it is to find out what setup will put where. You can use those kinds of records to double check an app's uninstall routine or after using an uninstaller like Revo or Smarty Uninstaller etc. Comparing Revo, AUF, & Smarty Uninstaller in a minimal VM [so scans happen faster] I monitored install/uninstall with InstallWatch Pro, & while it's records are better then AUF & Smarty Uninstaller [Revo didn't give that option], it's impractical to use with a regular Windows install & won't work with Windows 64.

Under a heading of additional resources I hope you never need [but you might]... when an app's Windows Installer records are messed up, Google/Bing for Microsoft's "Windows Install Clean Up" which was designed to purge bad installation records you select, but be aware Microsoft pulled it because of alleged problems with win7 [seems to install & run fine for me in win7 64, but mileage may vary]. Unfortunately when you have problems with/from a bad .msi install program, while you might get lucky installing [& optionally then removing] a later version of an app [assuming they've fixed the bad .msi], otherwise you're usually on your own removing whatever it was that .msi installed. Plugging "Windows Install Clean Up" into Google I get ~6.7 mill hits, so you should be able to find it. Rarely .NET can be a problem for uninstalls, mostly AFAIK when you install a bad version of an app & want to revert to an earlier version [you might need to get rid of .NET records for the app] -- this page of Aaron Stebner's MSDN blog has some good .NET tools/info, including a .NET remover http://goo.gl/h5MND .

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

Smarty Uninstaller is a nice app that doesn't seem to have the baggage I didn't like with Ashampoo's uninstaller [on sale in this morning's e-mail for $10 BTW], was faster in tests than Advanced Uninstaller Free, & did more tricks than Revo [free]. In straight up uninstall mode they all run an app's uninstall routine, then search the registry & hard drive for things with the same name. All missed some stuff. Smarty Uninstaller seemed the most reluctant to delete files in the Windows folder as well as suggested the fewest entries in the registry -- Smarty Uninstaller also has an exclusion list you can edit. None of the programs prevented deleting a VB support file in an app's folder, though it was easiest to spot in Smarty Uninstall. Long story short though, in this mode you're just as well off to run an app's regular uninstall, then backup [or create a Restore Point] & search the registry yourself, using the program's name 1st, & then the name of it's folder(s) 2nd. Where Smarty Uninstaller shines a bit more brightly is in recording an installation, then removing an app based on that record -- again it didn't get everything, but it was awfully close. The risk involved is that Windows tends to be a cumulative affair, like with that VB file I mentioned... since the time of install dozens of other apps might have been installed, each one of them using it. The same could be said of any portion of an app install that added something used by more than that app itself. The exclusion list helps, but it's not foolproof. OTOH neither are most app uninstall routines for that matter.

Installing Smarty Uninstaller does add a lot of registry entries, but that's because it records in the registry apps it found you've installed, including Windows updates or hot fixes. Those entries are kept under the Smarty Uninstaller key however, so very easy to get rid of with a couple of clicks in Regedit rather than hunting down keys throughout the registry. Likewise a collection of .png thumbnails for found installed apps/updates is stored in the Smarty Uninstall folder under User App/Application Data. Added to .NET is the DevComponents.DotNetBar2.dll. The program's folder itself holds 20 files, 1 folder, ~27 MB, & along with the program keys [1 in HKCU for the app, 1 in HKLM for installed apps, & 1 called WINner Tweak Software] you get new entries for the shell [right-click menu] & uninstall. Added features include separate apps for a process monitor [Smarty Process Inspector], Smarty Secure Delete, & Smarty Startup Manager [for monitoring/controlling apps that start with Windows].

If you use it to monitor an app's installation, Smarty Uninstaller is IMHO a useful, cool app, but like any uninstaller it also carries a bit of risk -- anything that logs a program's setup will include *everything* that changes, & sometimes that includes separate software installers [e.g. for Microsoft apps, runtimes etc.] that you usually don't want to tamper with. It would be nice if developers just told you requirements up front, leaving it up to you to download/install whatever, but they don't always treat their users respectfully as adults. When they don't all you can do is watch setup carefully [sometimes you'll see a separate install window], & look carefully over the Smarty Installer logs -- today's GOTD will let you pick/choose what it's going to get rid of. And as always, especially when in doubt, back up.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

@57, earlier post was 2:26, now 3:16, i'd say time to kill, sill using 50% CPU & now 554 MB RAM. the close button is ineffectual. Task Manager took care of it.


Reply   |   Comment by therube  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Revo Uninstaller is better and it's free. They have a "Pro" version which you have to pay for but it's not as good as the free version in my opinion and not because it's not free.

Reply   |   Comment by wildgoosespeeder  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Todays giveaway seems like a very usefull tool and yes I have Revo..
and find it a good tool also..What I have not been able to find is a file recovery tool that finds the files you can recover and then allows you to securely delete the files found by using a select all
and a NAS or DOD multipass secure delete and shredder. The softwares I have found.. find the files and expect you to delete them by name at one at a time..They are good at finding the files ..But terrible at
allowing for deleting the ones found in a single command.
Question?..Does anyone know of such a software.I have tried Recuva and FileWing and both recover files good but won't let you select all
and secure delete all with one or two clicks. Thanks GOTD for your daily free trails..At least it allows me to try and see if it works for my requirements.
software giveaways

Reply   |   Comment by DanO  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

The first "smart" uninstaller I have ever tried was Quarterdeck's
CLEAN SWEEP, later bought by Peter Norton/Symantec.
Amazing piece of software!
Then came the Ashampoo Uninstaller, which worked great on win2k-xp x86.
The later versions of this Ashampoo program called Ashampoo Suite work fine on any 64 bit Windows OS.
All of these "snapshot" uninstallers are great, but only Ashampoo, can let you "ignore" certain registry or protected files, that shouldn't be touched anyway. On top of that it can "reconstruct" your monitored installation, along with any serial number you might have used, and transfer it to any other box, (as long as it is yours, of course, lol! otherwise it's illegal to this).
Ashampoo can even keep a back up of any system file that the new installation might replace, so there is no way anything to go wrong with this.
Finally, no service or low level driver is installed, a bonus to those people who like their boxes lean and fast.
FYI, I do not work with these guys and I have never received any freebies from this company.

Reply   |   Comment by jbgoode  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

looks like it may add some "DevComponents.DotNetBar2.dll"
to "sys" ?

it uses what i guess is a "ribbon" menu? not sure i like
it? eh, no big deal i guess.

display is funky, not displaying correctly (colors/high-
lights) for me?

colors can be changed. i can see where you can screw
things up, & i don't see a "reset to default"?

Uninstall, but said not, YET IT WENT TO DO IT ANYHOW?
& froze at Processing application 1 of 1, & STOP was not
effectual. had to kill.

on restart, said Incomplete Uninstallation, with option to

on restart colors were much better? don't know why?

Uninstall does NOT have a CANCEL option. once selected,
you are prompted to create a Restore Point, & that dialog
does have a cancel, but that only cancels the RP creation.
No way to then prevent the actual Uninstall routine from
progressing. FAIL!

[in my case, i selected Adobe Flash to uninstall. when
the Flash uninstall dialog comes up, /it/ gives you the
option to Quit. and so I accepted. nonetheless, "smarty"
(being so smart, after all) should have sense enough to
have a CANCEL option - which it does not!]

& at that point, (what follows below) ...

yet another program where there is nothing highlighted &
you click some action button (like Uninstall), it goes on
to do an Uninstall anyway. it remembered (if you will)
the last program, & even though nothing is highlighted,
simply clicking the Uninstall button (which you would
expect to do NOTHING), sends you through the same rig-a-
moral, AGAIN!


Snapshot Install

does a pre-install snapshot of the Registry keys. most
likely this will run forever (because I am running
SANDBOXED). other programs, InCtrl & regshot, I am able
to set specific keys to IGNORE (that I know will cause
these types of programs to "loop") such that they can
actually complete. does not look like this will happen
with smarty. (so not too smart IMO.)

so some 15+minutes later ... i cancelled the pre-install
snapshot. not going to run un-SANDBOXED, won't ever
complete SANDBOXED, so cannot comment on this feature.
(would have LIKED to see what it does, but oh well.)
[at that point using 50% CPU = 1 of 2 cores, & some 200MB
of RAM & rising. Mem usage did not drop on canceling.
restart the program & ... Mem usage is 77MB. so it should
have dropped down to around that point IMO.]

Tools | Exclude list ... lets see what I can do ...

Pre-install snapshot finally finished, ~10 minutes, so
very slow IMO. (now lets see if i can find somethng to
actually track the install of ...) ... EASEUS Partition
Master Professional ...

(at this point, i'm not clear what to do? do i click the
OK button, thinking not? appears that i install, & when
the install is done, i click the OK button, but again not

EASEUS installed, clicked OK ... post-install snapshot
running ... some 19 minutes (& 370 MB RAM & 50% CPU) later ...
& i've got an hourglass ... but it appears to be working away,
so i'll wait ... not too much longer, the screen changed ...
EASEUS PM PRO ... Loading... & some MANY minutes more ...
OK this is now ABSURD. IF it ever finishes i'll report back.
(I could have installed Windows in less time then this has
been chugging away.)


Tools | Startup manager

@23, working here.

but so basic, effectively useless. sysinternals autoruns
is must better, powerful (& potentially dangerous in that
respect) alternative.


Uninstaller, OK. if it uninstalls (which it's going to do
only acting as a front-end to the normal uninstaller anyhow
- in most cases. if it can maybe do something above &
beyond? if it can search the registry for leftover crap,
if you're anal about such things.

Snapshot Install, i would have liked to see what it does.
but of yet, i can't say. in any case, it takes too long to
be of any value.

any of these ancillary tools hold no interest to me.

so there you have it. no utility to this utility IMO.

Reply   |   Comment by therube  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

There are no any viruses inside. This problem is known as false positive result. False positives can occur when a pattern of code in the file matches the same pattern contained in a virus signature. We have contacted Avira regarding this matter. Thank you for your comments.

Reply   |   Comment by WINner Tweak Software  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+16)

The easiest way I find to use "uninstaller" programs is to use the programs to uninstall and then use a trusted registry cleaner (like Jv16)to get anything that may have been missed in the registry.

For people that really don't like leftovers (like me), some programs may leave a folder or two after the uninstall and a reboot to let the program finish removing other files.

A useful program to search easily for any files with the program name is called "Everything", a small, lightning quick program, which is much better than windows search and much less resources hungry.

Or I just look through my "C drive" files to find them and delete the files and folders carefully. Look for where the program was installed, in the C:\Users and the C:\Program Data sections.

By hand, if the files are located in the C:\Windows\ section I search to find files that were installed on that day and at that time and then look at the properties of the file to make sure it belongs to that company. If in doubt, do a search on the internet for the file name and make sure you can delete it safely.

So...the easy way..Uninstaller, and registry cleaner.

Reply   |   Comment by Xanonite  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

@fubar My goodness, what fragile personalities are out there. Your post told me some new information that I was not aware of. I appreciate any information that increases my ability to run my machines with skill and knowledge is paramount. Thanks for taking your time to do this.

Reply   |   Comment by Hanshi  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)

Something I forgot to ask Kind Commentators earlier, but wanting to use today's Occasion: - To what degree trust/use several Software's own "unique" uninstallers (sometimes we only find online they even exist!, or when using Programs Support - they would be "graciously" shipped to us as a tool for total/clean uninstalling when things get hopelessly messy..)?

I know of at least 3 I can remember: Corel's own, Adobe Flash (if I'm correct), IncreiMail (that's perhaps for more "narrow" Audiences), and countless other.

Will "general" good Uninstallers perform equally decent job, or should we leave some Positions and employ Software's "parental" uninstalling tools (that we know of!) - I don't mean the usual "uninstall" option existing within Software Folders for "average Joe.." (if they worked we wouldn't have to use any cleaners!), but these "mega powerful" ones.
Is it all a Myth?

Thanks in advance for tips:)

Reply   |   Comment by fran  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Does anybody know if the language can be changed ?
I previously tried the 30-day trial version and this version
can be changed in many languages...

Reply   |   Comment by BinAir  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I like Fubar and Mike. They spend their valuable time to test these crappy softwares and also tell us very useful information. Go Fubar! You have listeners!
And as asual, thanks a lot for GAOTD :)

Reply   |   Comment by Ozawa  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

Well, it seems like, there are different opinions about today's offer........and the way to comment on it. Personally, I decided to try this offer, and so far I'm impressed. I've been a dedicated fan of Revo Uninstaller, but 'till now I really got myself a surprise. After two uninstalls I simply can't find any leftovers. My only concern is, that the program really is a bit buggy, because it told me, I didn't uninstall Revo. However, the after scanning found the leftovers and I couldn't even find anything in reg. A few others than I, complained 'bout the bugs in the program, and perhaps, WINner Tweak Software will concider to offer updates during the time, the bugs are fixed. Anyway, I'm gonna keep it - and hope.

Please, is it possible to adress each other in a proper way. Usually I find Fubar's comments very usefull in the daily reviews, but OMG.....I miss Ashraf. Where is he ? If anyone knows - please ask him to join in again. Last....excuse me my spelling. English isn't my native language - I'm Danish and send my best regards to all of you, who take your time to explain details, there isn't common knowledge for all of us.

Reply   |   Comment by Rufus  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)

Well considering this has been around at least as far back as 2008 then an improved (Bugs fixed Etc) version released in 2009 now the 2012 version, I can only assume that the programmers don't listen.

Has ANYONE got any of the utilities under the TOOLS section (Top left ) to work? I am using XP/SP3 and it doesn't function for me.

I too had the TR Dropper trojan warning and Avira scanned and removed it - only to return on next boot-up, so not impressed.

I have no idea how it compares to Revo (Which I have used for years) for full efficiency but it does uninstall and quite fast, I found AND there is a mine of info re installed files, provided by this offering so it would be a keeper if it didn't keep upseting Avira.

When run it also tells me that I have a possible broken Installation (Windows Live OneCare scanner) but it refuses to uninstall it for me after two attempts??

Pity the developers aren't here to answer the worries or concerns that many of us have.

Thanks anyhow, GOATD

Reply   |   Comment by rizla01  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

FREE IObit Uninstaller helps you uninstall and remove unwanted programs and folders from your computer fast and easily. Where the built-in and sluggish "Windows Add or Remove Programs" option fails, IObit Uninstaller works as always and picks up the slack. What's better, it is a free Uninstaller without installation.

Reply   |   Comment by GAOTD #1 FAN  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I've installed and activated Today's Smarty Uninstaller with ease and truly welcomed not having to give any addresses/personal info - "nonsense" of the past week, what a relief:))

I like Program's user friendly interface/skins/colors,
I like 4 main Categories to take to account: Installed Programs, Win Updates, Hidden Components, Possible Broken Installations - Tips showing me how to force/or not the view of Updates and Components.

More Tools (Processes Analyzer, Startup Programs Manager) - what we would expect from feature-reach today's "serious" Contenders in that Field.

Icons to be mouse-overred to show details (date, size etc) - perhaps lacking in View options a List with details as alternative to icons only? But not a massive problem, perhaps I simply didn't examine it yet to such level, perhaps it is "as is" - no complaining aether way.

My first different than Window's own Uninstaller was my little trusted buddy jv16 Power Tools, then TotallUninstaller, and ..and..and.. last one before today little free IObit Uninstaller which (for a change) dealt with unwanted Toolbars.

I don't want (any more) go back to "Era" of showing me "left over" files not automatically removed because.."they might still be used by another programs.." - something we religiously believed might harm these other programs..
I passed caring for it long time ago and can't even remember the consequences of "going for them" with an axe..:)

I always pay attention to "cons" in any Software discussion, so will keep reading more what Experts and Others have to say, and generally what's Their view on "good merits" of uninstalling/System Restore etc is.

I would love(!!) to be able to use Windows System Restore again, but consciously gave up on it years ago - YES, it saved my bacon in many instances, but always failed to bring back Programs I use as every day's tool - mainly my e-mailing prog (away from on-line Accounts I use as well) - I got tired of installing it back every time I used System Restore - those who might be wondering:) - it's IncrediMail (full of it's own gremlins, but for an arty person, such as myself, lol - irresistable..)
Sorry System Restore, perhaps not your own "doing", but other mentioned in above Comments Programs also suffer.. That's my own CHOICE, btw.

As to "who" and "how" - also in Comments today - I can really see the difference between Teachers and Mentors..(as I've mentioned before) - They can both teach the same thing, but only Mentors know an Art of Teaching, and especially Delivery of what they know and are willing to share. Hic.

Thanks GAOTD for today's Offer:), I haven't use it yet, but will keep, and examine the Broken Installations (6 suspects) of mine, in a first instance - when I do.

Reply   |   Comment by fran  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

Much to my surprise and dismay, Smarty Start-up Manager, Secure Delete,
Process Viewer, and Up-Date .Exe all were flagged by Avira as Trojans.
TR/Dropper.Gen during install.

Please if possible Explain this. I have been using Revo for the last year or so and have never encountered this before.

Thank You

Reply   |   Comment by Printdate  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

I have used Advanced Uninstaller for about 6 years paid versions & Free & I have found there are many leftover files, folders & registry entries left over from an install. I found the left overs using Revo. Try this, Link Revo to the program you want to uninstall though don't uninstall yet. Now find the program you installed with Advanced Uninstaller & UNinstall it. When you have completed Advanced uninstall go back to Revo & uninstall the same program (it will show it can't find it or something similar). Continue through the steps of uninstalling what you already have uninstalled with Advanced Uninstaller with Revo, in MOST cases you will find traces, delete the traces then, hit the back button to have it search again & you may find more orphan files & Registry entries, keep going back & forward until you no longer see any enties left. Let me know what you find or didn't find.

Reply   |   Comment by Stan  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

°# FUBAR & co

How about talking about today's giveaway?? LOL!

Please comment only on the software here. If you have technical problems or suggestions on our project, please leave us a note in our forums

I wonder what the Mods are doing today...it seems to me that they are following double standard rules here...so insults and OT comments seem to be welcomed as long as they come from certain people only!!


As for the comparison between today's giveaway and REVO UNINSTALLER PRO well I didn't find anything about it online, but I have a feeling that REVO UNINSTALLER PRO outclasses today's giveaway handily.

So the only way to assess which one of the two apps is better is to actually perform a TEST...as simple as that!!

To do that just use both Software and then perform a full scan of your registry, to see how many entries have been left after removal, using the freeware REGSEEKER.

Unfortunately I don't have time to do so today, but I've just tried to remove a program from my HD using today's giveaway and in the end
SMARTY UNINSTALLER failed to remove just ONE sigle key in my Windows registry, that I afterwards deleted using REGSEEKER.

So overall SMARTY UNINSTALLER looks like a GOOD program which deserves a THUMBS UP with some reservations though.

Definitely a keeper if you use a 64 bit machine and are no eager to spend money to buy REVO UNINSTALLER PRO version.

Cheers from Italy!

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+20)

Today i am a happy camper, thank you so much for this program GAOTD. It is as good as REVO and it's free. For those in need of a software like this i say, take it

Reply   |   Comment by NoName  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

"it will also allow you to *restore* what it uninstalled and in doing so, will completely *redo* the original install *anytime*"

I just downloaded and tried version 10, no mention of this restore feature? It would need to save app components someplace to do this. Also - the install monitoring to create a log file seems to be for the paid Pro version only? Can you advise the version you have that has the restore feature?


Reply   |   Comment by ray hines  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

People are always looking for something that is "faster" or "better" then what they had before. We all have our own standards. That's why it's great GAOD, (thanks by the way) provides us with the chance to try "different" apps. Some posters put up something that works for them and sometimes, I've found that both apps are nice to have. What people don't need to a lecture about "told you onece, told you a thousand times" attitude. I doubt anyone here knows that 1 year of visiting this site that we have filled up our hard drives with stuff that is no longer useful or something better comes along. We wipe out our systems and start over ;-). But not everyones system is the same, not everyone is looking for that magic pill. I think 99.9% of us are wise enough to know that there is more then one way to skin a cat and GiveAwayOfTheDay allows us to learn alternitive methods in doing so. And as far as Fubar's comments in nr 32, people are not perfect, understanding science has nothing to do with taking care of our planet. It takes people who care. The science community can't make up it's mind where we came from much less agree on how to take care of the planet. They've been wrong before, and they still can't get it right. Nuff said.

Reply   |   Comment by tc1uscg  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

@ #3 Spe:
"I also use remote assistance with help for trouble shoothing and virus removal. That being said they like to put shareware anti-virus software on my computer and never seem to fully remove it(malwarebytes, etc). I’m always having to go and remove all the extra crap even after I use windows uninstall."
You shouldn't be uninstalling things like Combofix and Malwarebytes and should actually be updating them frequently. I've seen all too often that certain malware will disable your internet connection and/or block installation of programs designed to get rid of them.

Reply   |   Comment by Scooter  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Smarty Uninstaller does not play well with Avira anti-virus which finds four TR/Dropper.Gen instances. Any ideas?

Reply   |   Comment by Ned  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

My Avira antivirus detects all the Smarty*.exe files to contain the TR/Dropper.Gen trojan? Any ideas why - Malwarebytes detector says the files are clean though?

Great discussion re windows installation / uninstall and how most software cant run in a neat stand alone package - everything in just one folder - not distributing components and modifiying data anywhere else on the hard drives.

Your comments and tip offs for other related software is one of the best things about GOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by ray hines  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Nice program, but a bit buggy. Thank you GOTD, and WiNner Tweak

WARNING! To all that install Advanced Uninstaller from Innovative
Solutions, be advised that it totally froze my computer; Windows 7,
32 bit home premium. Luckily for me that i created a restore point,
though i did have to use my System repair disk!

Reply   |   Comment by Ron Lewis  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

Uninstaller are very useful to get rid of all chunks that remained after you uninstall something. For Uninstaller, I have been using Total Uninstall for years, and besides uninstaller function, which it does very well with a pre-install scan, followed by a post-installation scan, it has other very useful functions as well, although the price is much higher than this one. Uninstaller are by nature not the same, some better than others. The final test to see if it REALLY uninstall everything: you can re-install a trial software beyond its trial period, and see if it detects it.

Reply   |   Comment by Andrew  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Hi Fubar!

You said:
"Windows 7 can tell you what's going to be impacted by the System Restore before you perform it."

Did you mean something more than which drives are impacted? Where does one see the info? Installwatch Pro hasn't worked since I upgraded to Win 7 64 bit---is there a similar free program?

Thanks for your help. I enjoy your comments and find tham very helpful.

Reply   |   Comment by janetb  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)

The program wouldn't even install. Kept getting this message:

InstallAssembly failed; code 0x80131107.
Click Retry to try again, Ignore to skip this file (not recommended), or Abort to cancel installation.

Useless. ... Next?

Reply   |   Comment by Bim  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
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