MyUninstaller: Portable Uninstaller Freeware to Remove or Uninstall Software

The built-in Windows Uninstaller control panel applet is a good way to remove unwanted software from your system. Removing installed applications is a simple task, but sometimes a user is not able to remove particular applications due to some reasons. We have already seen some free Uninstaller software that help you remove unwanted software as well as the residual files, folders and registry keys that are many a times left behind. Today we will see a portable uninstaller freeware called MyUninstaller, that can be used to edit or uninstall software.

Portable Uninstaller Freeware

MyUninstaller is a small exe file that does not require to be installed. You can simply download it, double-click the file and the tool opens with complete details of the installed software on your computer. You can double-click any software to know its properties like, the installation folder, date of installation, product name, root key, uninstall string, etc. Apart from helping you uninstall or edit the, this tool is helpful in gathering the details of the installed applications. You can easily check if any particular application is useful to you or not.

MyUninstaller Main Window

There are two ways to uninstall software using MyUninstaller. Right click the file that you want to uninstall, and you will get options like Uninstall Selected Software, Quiet Uninstall, etc. If you select the first option the application will remove the file with standard procedure. However, if you click on Quiet Uninstall that particular application will be removed silently.

MyUninstaller Advanced uninstall process

MyUninstaller is easy to use, and no technical knowledge is required for it. Any user can remove the installed files from their system. It works with all Windows versions – so no compatibility issues with the app. If you are not comfortable with the Add Remove applet of Windows, then you can easily use this tool.

Some key features of MyUninstaller are that it allows you to Delete Selected Entries, Open Installation Folder, Folder Properties, RegEdit, HTML report of files, etc.

For a clear view of the columns, you can adjust the column size from default settings to “Auto Size Columns” option.

MyUninstaller auto size column

Apart from these features you are also offered the option to “Find Software”. If any installed app is longer listed, than you can find the software that you want to uninstall from the system.

MyUninstaller can also be used to remove multiple files at single time. Yes this feature makes the app more special as you can remove several files at single time. However, the removal process will be done one by one, but you can select the multiple flies and start the process with this tool, using the Advanced Mode of MyUninstaller.

MyUninstaller Enable Advanced Mode

Under the View tab, you are also offered options like Quick Mode, Don’t Load Icons, Show Grid Lines, Analyze Special Shortcuts and many more.

 MyUninstaller Few More Options

MyUninstaller download

If you are looking for a portable uninstaller freeware, you might want to check out MyUninstaller. You can get it here from Nirsoft.

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  1. Uninstallers which don’t really offer an uninstallation method that’s different from what’s built-in to WIndows, itself, end-up just being more of an interface, and not really an uninstaller, per se.

    Glary’s uninstaller looks a lot like MyUninstaller, but it actually does things that are special… and what I mean by that is special with regard to actually uninstallation. I’ve seen, for example, Windows’s built-in uninstaller — even REVO uninstaller — fail properly uninstall some of the Windows Live stuff; but Glary’s forcibly pulls it out by its roots, whether it wants to come or not. So Glary’s uninstaller actually DOES something more than merely being, in effect, an interface.

    REVO uninstaller, of course, hunts down every last file and/or folder associated with the thing being uninstalled, and removes ’em… removes ’em all… every last bit; leaves little or nothing behind. It’s by far the best and most magic uninstaller out here; and if you get the pro version you get both an even better algorithm for finding parts of that being uninstalled, but it will also do the “snapshot” method of the next uninstaller I’ll mention…

    …ZSoft’s uninstaller, whose claim to fame is that it will take a “snapshot” of the drive immediately before something is installed, and then another one after, and it uninstalls by simply reversing whatever the installer does. REVO’s commercial/paid version offers that, too. So does Ashampoo’s otherwise feckless littel uninstaller; and so, now, do several others. But ZSoft started it; and is best at it.

    Those are three uninstallers which actually *DO* something… that is, something more than just listing what can be uninstalled, and then doing things like letting you uninstall more than one app at effectively the same time. Uninstallers like that are little more than alternative interfaces to Windows’s built-in uninstaller. And MyUninstaller has long been pretty much only that.

    If one’s going to use an uninstaller, then at least get one that doesnn’t something special… which does something that’s useful and beyond the basics…

    …like the three I just mentioned: REVO — even only the free version — being the hands-down best-of-breed.

    Or so it is, in any case, my opinion.

    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

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