Gavrila Martau, the developer of Total Uninstall, a Windows programs removal tool, has released the updated version 6 of its utility tool.
The updated version allows the user to completely uninstall any Windows program by using any one of the two methods. In the first technique, the Total Uninstall tool is allowed to detect and analyze existing installations and build an installer log file. This log file can be used to remove the program even when the original installer is missing or corrupt. As far as the second method is concerned, it allows the Total Uninstall to monitor all the changes made by a setup program while installing a new application. This allows the user to remove the program more thoroughly than the supplied installer. In short, this method allows the users to remove the applications even when the original program uninstaller is missing.
Other than this, the updated Total Uninstall 6.0 comes equipped with a number of other new features added to its three modules – monitored programs, installed programs and cleaner – while also bringing in various performance enhancements, including native support for 64-bit versions of Windows operating systems.
The download size of the updated version of Total Uninstall is 6 MB, and it can be downloaded from here.