Even though Revo Uninstaller Pro creates a Windows System Restore Point, full Registry backup and backs up every item you delete... it is still strongly recommend that one takes careful note of what leftover registry items are selected for deletion when using the advanced scan.I think I did
I use the "Pro" because I have a LT License, but your right, at this pointConsidering that now the free version of Revo also detects 64bit applications, I do not feel the need to use other uninstallers.
Surely Revo Pro has a better algorithm and provides the ability to track the app's installation, but honestly the free edition is more than enough for my needs.
Apologies for the late reply!Surprisingly, Geek Uninstaller uninstalled Opera better and more thoroughly than Revo. I like using Geek Uninstaller Portable now.
Registry Cleaners - to use them or to not? That is the question.I just tested AppFalcon vs IOBit Uninstaller Pro
However, there's one puzzling thing. When I use Eusing Free Registry Cleanr to scan I found about 28 Empty Registry Keys for AppFalcon
Hope that the AppFalcon developer can explain why the software generates so many Empty Registry Keys