show-Zi

Level 25
Verified
Run Autoruns from sysinternals and delete everything with the name Comodo, then use that 'Search everywhere' Portable app, right click run as admin, then type in Comodo and delete everything it finds. You may have to reboot once you've deleted some Comodo files so you can remove the rest.
I thought 'ciscleanuptool' did these tasks. At least I thought there was no debris that would catch Everything's search, but the results were different. It is not a cleanup tool, but an uninstall support tool.

As long as there aren't any active processes or drivers still running, it is probably just a matter of digital tidiness. It is common for security software to leave behind its footprints.
Comodo's footprints are too noticeable. Impression of wandering around the room with muddy shoes.
I will explain it to avoid misunderstanding. After uninstalling, there was no problem in using it. In that sense, the uninstall was perfect.
 

blackice

Level 27
Verified
I thought 'ciscleanuptool' did these tasks. At least I thought there was no debris that would catch Everything's search, but the results were different. It is not a cleanup tool, but an uninstall support tool.


Comodo's footprints are too noticeable. Impression of wandering around the room with muddy shoes.
I will explain it to avoid misunderstanding. After uninstalling, there was no problem in using it. In that sense, the uninstall was perfect.
You use the best metaphors.
 
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