Modern operating systems (namely, Windows) are great about their «install/uninstall software» idiom. When you want to install some new software, you dont need to write its files manually, add it to the Start menu and Desktop, change its settings to fit your particular system You just double-click on the installer, and its «magically here».
The same thing works when you dont want some software to be in your computer any longer; you just run its uninstaller or press Uninstall in the Add/Remove programs item in Control Panel and get rid of the software and all of its stuff.
But, in the reality, to completely get rid of an application is not THAT easy. Some of them have no uninstaller file at all. Others have the file, but still leave many unnecessary «footprints» in your systems Registry and on the hard disk.
To deal with those «bad citizens», Cleanse Uninstaller provides the interface, which surpasses Windows own Add/Remove Programs. Cleanse Uninstaller can remove software with the uninstaller it provides and THEN fix up all the Registry entries and files and folders that the removed application had in your system. Even if the application cant uninstall itself at all, Cleanse Uninstaller can do that «dirty» work on its own.
Finally, Cleanse includes two general cleanup tools: Junk Remover (for the cleanup of all temporary and unnecessary files on your disk) and Startup control (which controls which programs are to start automatically and allows you to change this list).
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