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Comodo Programs Manager: A powerful uninstaller, Windows update and features manager

Comodo Programs Manager is a free, handy tool for Windows that lets you wipe-out all broken installation and un-installation of programs, unwanted driver files and services and returns your computer back in shape.

This application is simple to use and no special knowledge is required. Following are the main features of this program:

  1. With this program you can safely uninstall unwanted driver files and services from your computer
  2. Completely remove failed and partial uninstall programs
  3. Remove locked files and registry entries automatically at the next Windows restart.
  4. Comodo Backup function lets you backup applications, drivers and services before uninstalling so you can be easily restored if uninstalled mistakenly.
  5. Real-time scan for malware infected setups using the malware detection engine from Comodo Cloud Scanner.
  6. You can manage windows updates by choosing your own updates to make sure you're using the latest software

More details and download available at Comodo


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