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Uninstall Brocken And Stubborn Programs With GeekUninstaller

Most often, you might have come across a situation that you cannot remove some applications completely via Windows add remove program. Moreover, the standard removal program sometimes leaves many leftovers on your PC, which will degrade your PC’s performance. Here is how to uninstall an application completely by removing all its leftovers with a free tool GeekUninstaller.

 GeekUninstaller is designed to be a simple to use tool that lets you easily remove installed programs from Windows including stubborn and broken programs and keep your PC always clean.

The application is quite easy to use and required no installation. Just extract the downloaded GeekUninstaller zip file and run the exe file (you can also run it from a USB flash drive and use it everywhere).

To remove an application, select the app that you want to uninstall by right clicking and choose ‘Uninstall’ option. To remove stubborn and broken programs, choose “Force Removal” option. You can also delete program entries left by previous uninstall.

GeekUninstaller supports both 32 and 64 bit Windows (XP, Vista and 7) and can be downloaded from source here.


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