A crudely named tool for removing unwanted software
- Searches your entire system for redundant files
- It can remove file fragments
- Force uninstalls hard-to-remove programs
- Can clean up old update files and old installers
- Ignores software it is unfamiliar with
- May uninstall important driver files
- Removing temp files seems a little fruitless
- Need to do your research to use it correctly/safely
A serviceable app for cleaning your systems
Bulk Crap Uninstaller is a tool that scans your computer and finds files and file fragments that you may not want anymore. It is good for removing parts of files that were left behind after uninstalling other programs. However, this may also mean it deletes your save files for games you intend to install and play again at a later date.
A reasonably good force uninstaller
Bulk Crap Uninstaller shines as a forced uninstaller. It is able to remove files and file fragments that have no uninstallation protocols or tools. This means it can scrub away files that are otherwise stuck on your system such as old installers. The biggest flaw with the program is that it sometimes has false positives and sometimes ignores software that you want removing. This means you need to do your research before you allow it to delete files, which may include Googling the files it intends to delete so you may find out if they are useful.