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    Lightbulb Revo Uninstaller Free now has full 64-bit support


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    That will be useful but I still prefer IObit Uninstaller.

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    The link given is not for the free version, only for the limited free trial:
    Version: 3.1.6

    Revo Uninstaller Pro is a FULLY FUNCTIONAL TRIAL - 30 DAYS FREE

    Revo Uninstaller Pro is fully compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and Windows Server

    I think this link may work better for choices:
    http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/deta...installer.html

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    Berton,

    If you scroll down the page you'll see the link for the free version.

    I always prefer to download from the Manufacturer's site when possible.

    HTH
    May the Forces of good computing be with you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berton View Post
    The link given is not for the free version, only for the limited free trial
    Wrong.

    Look again and scroll down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Browni View Post
    Wrong.

    Look again and scroll down.
    Although I pay for the Pro version, this is good information for some friends/ family who rely on the free version.

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    I looked at the comparison of free and paid and free doesn't clean up all the left behind bits. COMODO Programs Manager is free and has been doing that since, I think, day 1. It has certainly been doing it for all the years since I got 64-bit computers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by areader View Post
    I looked at the comparison of free and paid and free doesn't clean up all the left behind bits. COMODO Programs Manager is free and has been doing that since, I think, day 1. It has certainly been doing it for all the years since I got 64-bit computers.
    Same for me with IObit Uninstaller and that's free as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by areader View Post
    I looked at the comparison of free and paid and free doesn't clean up all the left behind bits. COMODO Programs Manager is free and has been doing that since, I think, day 1. It has certainly been doing it for all the years since I got 64-bit computers.
    Not compatible with Windows 8.1 64 bit

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    I have three registered (cost me a fortune) installations of the latest pro version, but more than three computers. The great revelation for me is that it can be put on a stick. I don't know whether that was the case all along or not, but it's a welcome feature.

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