Bulk Crap Uninstaller (in short BCUninstaller or BCU) is a free (as in speech and beer) bulk program uninstaller with advanced automation. It excels at removing large amounts of applications with minimal to no user input, while requiring next to no technical knowledge.
Application uninstaller tool for cleaning up failed/uninstalled or removing all traces of application files and registry keys. Monitors for changes made by installers and applications therefore and can undo these changes when uninstalling.
Standard removal program leaves tons of leftovers on your PC. GeekUninstaller performs deep and fast scanning afterwards and removes all leftovers. Keep your PC clean! Use Force Removal for stubborn and broken programs.
Should I Remove It? is a very simple website that helps users, both technical and non technical, decide what programs they should remove from their PC. This typically includes finding and removing all sorts of crapware and bloatware such as adware, spyware, toolbars, bundled...
Reason Antivirus download (which includes Should I Remove It?) triggers several potential issues on VirusTotal. See https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/606ccde5db8afea09fa35803a6755cc5cf278db834c3624157af8e07c2230d02/detection
The tagline say it all, "The uninstaller Apple forgot". AppZapper is for people who want to confidently try new apps while knowing they can uninstall them easily. Drag one or more unwanted apps onto AppZapper and watch as it finds all the extra files and lets you...
For creative designers and program engineers, if you have Auto Save enabled in Sketch or Xcode, every time you make changes in a document, macOS will save these change logs to Versions database. Considering the size of your design/coding documents, your Mac storage will be eaten...
When deleting apps in macOS, many related files are left behind, taking up space on your hard drive. App Eraser helps to find these files and provides a quick and easy way to delete them. App Eraser is a Free and Open Source.