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Wise Program Uninstaller: Safely Remove Unwanted Programs from Windows

For some reasons, sometimes, the built-in Windows Add /Remove Programs fails to uninstall installed software from a PC and left with partially uninstalled software, which may affect system performance. In such situation, you may have to depend on third-party tools like Wise Program Uninstaller. This free program lets you safely uninstall unwanted programs from your Windows PC, without affecting the system functionality.

Wise Program Uninstaller supports Windows XP, Vista, 7 and latest Windows 8 (both 32bit and 64bit) PCs and helps you uninstall programs or forcibly uninstall  programs that you can't uninstall by Windows add/remove program.

 Its ability to search leftovers after uninstalling a program makes this a unique tool. It can provide a deeper and more thorough removal of the residual entries of the uninstalled program. An added feature of this application is its ability to repair the installation of some programs.

How to use Wise Program Uninstaller:

After installation, run it and choose a program that you want to remove. Then select “Safe uninstall” option and if the mode is failed select “Force uninstall” option.

 Sometimes, even after you uninstalled a program, its entries won’t delete from the add/remove program list. In such cases, select that entry and click “Remove Entries” option.

Also, if you find a program malfunctioning, clicking on that entry will highlight the “Repair Programs” option. Just click that option to repair the program. If that failed, simply uninstall it and then reinstall it.

 Wise Program Uninstaller (portable and installer) can be downloaded from here.


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