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    IObit Uninstaller 5.0.3.168

    Personally I have never used IOBIT but I know that many do. This newer version works on Win 10 also.


    License: Freeware
    Operating Systems: Windows 10, Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows 8, Windows Server, Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
    http://downloads.pcauthority.com.au/...it_uninstaller

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    I've updated it on my other laptop but don't like all of the bells and whistles it now has - won't be updating on this one.

    I went to use a restore point on my other laptop to revert but as I had upgraded through the program, it didn't register as a fresh install, so no restore point, so I'm stuck with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudo15 View Post
    I've updated it on my other laptop but don't like all of the bells and whistles it now has - won't be updating on this one.

    I went to use a restore point on my other laptop to revert but as I had upgraded through the program, it didn't register as a fresh install, so no restore point, so I'm stuck with it.
    So it's not very "user friendly"? I had thought about trying it but maybe not. Of course I said that about win 10 also and here I am with win 10 on a laptop (even though there are a number of drivers that need to be updated in the future).

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    You could still give it a go and see for yourself and the beauty is it can uninstall itself - at least the older version could.

    Never quite figured out how that worked

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