From Macecraft Software
- Jan 2, 2023
It does support batch uninstall, so the "claim" as you call it, is correct. This is the info on the site; "Remove multiple programs at once", and that it does. It says nothing about attended or unattended, it is only you who do that. So it does not fail or are a failed program, that is false information on your part. Your program do not become better by bashing other programs, you only come off as unserious.
So, HiBit uninstaller supports batch uninstall - period.
That is a matter of definition. In my book, batch uninstallation means that any number of apps are uninstalled in batch, that is, without any further user interaction. If anything else is considered a batch uninstallation, then Windows Apps listing supports "batch uninstallation" as well. Just click every single popup in a batch and as such, the entire term "batch uninstall" would mean nothing.