If you are a Windows user, but don’t consider yourself to be too technical, you may be worried about uninstalling programs you installed long ago, but no longer use. You may not be too sure which of the programs to remove or the consequences of removing any of them. Should I Remove It is a simple, yet powerful tool that will take such worries off your mind.
The tool identifies adware, spyware, toolbars you never realized you had installed, and other unwanted bundled applications apart from picking and eliminating malware. Setting up and installing is easy and the tool will certainly give you a better understanding of the programs that have been cluttering your PC, thereby helping you make an informed decision.
How to Uninstall Programs Using Should I Remove It
Well, you can download this lightweight application from here. Run the EXE file and follow the steps in the wizard to install the tool on your PC. This shouldn’t take too long.
After you are done with the setup, the tool will scan your PC and show a list of the installed programs with their ratings and the removal percentage, which will indicate how many of the tools’ users preferred to remove the application. The higher the percentage of removal, the more people have uninstalled it on their PC.
Community Ratings on Should I Remove It
When you select an app you will notice the option to to uninstall it or learn more about it. The What is it? option will open up a web page indicating what the app is all about, where it has been installed, the behavior it exhibits, its resource utilization, apart from certain other factors about the app.
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It also provides instructions on how to remove the application. This tool does not run in the background, so you can run it only when you consider it necessary.
Now, just because plenty of people have removed a program doesn’t mean that you should remove it. The What is it section provides plenty of useful information that will help you better understand what you need to know before making your decision.
The tool’s large database of software ensures that you are always updated when the latest bloatware and crapware creeps unwittingly creeps into your PC.
Should I Remove It is still growing and it does tend to leave out certain apps that ought to be in the list. Malwarebyte Anti-malware for instance did not show up on my list and I suspect there are some more that escaped the loop. However, this could be a really good tool if you have purchased a new PC that comes with pre-installed bloatware or in the habit of downloading programs frequently.
Give the Should I Remove It tool a try and tell us if it helped you in decluttering your PC effectively.