Total Uninstall Professional Multilanguage

Software, System Tools. January 28, 2010 by Dizel.
Total Uninstall Professional Multilanguage

Total Uninstall Professional Multilanguage | 5.72 MB

Total Uninstall is a complete uninstaller which include two working modes.Installed Applications module analyze existing installations and create a log with installation changes. It is able to uninstall applications even without the help of supplied Add/Remove program. Just select from list the application that you want to uninstall and in a few seconds Total Uninstall will analyze it and will show in a tree view detected files, folders, registry keys and values of that application. You can review the details and remove some of the detected items. Total Uninstall is ready to uninstall the analyzed application. It will use first the supplied Add Remove program and will continue removing remaining items using the log.

Version 5.5.0 ( 27.01.2010 )
* Revised program interface implementation (uses fewer resources, is faster, better integration with the operating system interface).
+ Color schemes for main program interface (Blue, Silver, Black etc).
* System snapshots are saved compressed at 20% from the uncompressed size.
+ New lists for Protected folders and Protected keys to protect the monitored shared locations.
* Several improvements in the installation analyzer.
+ Create the backup for a program.
+ Restore the program from backup.
+ Backup automatically the uninstalled program (optional).
* Revised default program settings.
* Improvements in the uninstall process.
+ Edit action to redo registry change.
* Open action for folders uses the default handler.
* Renaming the monitored program will rename the log file name.
! Specific fixes for Windows 2000.
+ Bulgarian interface translation.
+ Option to auto select all items in "Delete items ?" uninstall dialog.

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