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Revo Uninstaller 2.1.5 Update – New Improvements and Changes

Do you also have trouble getting your PC flooded with unnecessary software, or with files that you don’t even know how they got there? Do you have trouble uninstalling certain programs by the classical method of going to the Control Panel, and then to ‘Uninstall a program’? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there!

That’s exactly why a program like Revo Uninstaller is useful, to get you rid of those pesky files that you don’t need anymore or you never did.

Update 2.1.5 is available

After having so many satisfied users, the Revo Uninstaller now gets even better along with the 2.1.5 update.  It has been added an uninstall confirmation dialog with backup control and info review. The scanning algorithms for leftovers were improved, the language files were updated, and also some bugs got fixed.

For those who are unaware of what Revo Uninstaller has to offer, these are some of the highlights according to the official site:

  • Customizable and easy to use user interface
  • Uninstalling stubborn programs easily
  • Complete powerful software uninstall
  • Portable version for personal Windows devices
  • Removal for junk files and unnecessary program files
  • Compatible 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows
  • Free professional technical support
  • Quick Uninstallation of one or more programs in a row

Revo Uninstaller was released almost a decade ago, in 2012, and it can be both free or paid, depending on what the user chooses. The program even works on Windows XP, Vista, and 7, even though those operating systems don’t receive support from Microsoft anymore for a pretty long time. The last one blacklisted is the good old Windows 7, which is still considered by many the best operating system ever made by the Redmond-based corporation.

Also, Revo Uninstaller works for smartphones, but there’s practically no use for it once you have the built-in cleaning method from Android 9 Pie.

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