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When Revo Uninstaller Pro is started, its main window displays installed programs on your computer. Depending on the settings, other items, such as system updates or system components may also be listed. Depending on the view setting, programs are shown as Icons, a List, or in a table with Details such as Name, Size, Version, Type, Installation Date, Company, Comment, Uninstall String, Registry Key (hidden by default) and Website.By default, installed programs are displayed in Details view. You can right click on the column header to sort, and you can show or hide some of the columns. This way you can also choose what to print. Printing works only in Details view, which is why it is better to setup printing in landscape mode, as that would contain much more information. Using the commands in the context menu, you can also change the alignment of the text in each column.In Icons view, when you select a program, some of the properties of the program (like Icon, Size, Version, Install Data, Company, Update Link and Web Site, are shown in the Description Panel.
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You may also see similar data when you hover the mouse cursor over a program in the list. In that case, the data is shown as a tooltip, next to the mouse cursor.By default, Revo Uninstaller Pro displays programs in two groups:.
New programs – programs installed in the last 7 days (the number of the days can be changed in the options) or since the last run of Revo Uninstaller Pro;. Other Programs – all programs installed before the last 7 days, or before the last run of Revo Uninstaller Pro.You can assign each program to a group by using the context menu when right clicking on a program. Removing a program from a group is also possible from the same context menu. The default groups are Internet, Games, Multimedia and Utilities.
Additional groups can be added from the Groups Manager in the Options, or directly from the context menu: Add to Group - Add new group.The selected (right clicked) item will be automatically moved to the newly added group.Using the Search field in the upper right part of the Commands Panel, you can filter the program list by name, publisher, or comment. You can choose the search criteria from the drop-down menu shown after clicking the magnifying glass.
The program list will be filtered in real-time as you type. When searching, the status bar will display the number of found programs that match the search criteria.Revo Uninstaller Pro has a command to export installed programs to TXT, HTML and XLS (Microsoft Excel spreadsheet).
To use the command, click More commands - Export List to. You can choose what information will be included in the exported file.NOTE: To export installed programs to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet you must have Microsoft Excel installed and working properly.Some other commands available from the context menu are:. Search at Google for – use it to search online using Google for the application’s name or publisher. The main command you can use for the list of installed programs is Uninstall. Selecting a program and pressing the Uninstall button will bring up the Uninstallation Wizard.Firstly, in the background, Revo Uninstaller Pro will try to find a matching trace log or logs of the program you are uninstalling.
It searches among the logs you have traced or imported, and the logs in the Logs Database. If there is more than one log related to the program you are uninstalling, or you have a log for a previous, you will see a window asking if you want to use the found log(s) during the uninstallation procedure. Otherwise, if there is an appropriate log and Revo Uninstaller Pro is going to use it, you will be notified on the second step of the Uninstallation Wizard, during the initial data analysis.After the Uninstallation Wizard is displayed, Revo Uninstaller Pro tries to create a full Registry backup (if this is not disabled in the Options) and a System Restore Point, and then runs the built-in uninstaller of the program you are uninstalling. Another way to uninstall a program, or a few programs at once, is to use the Quick Uninstall command. If you select only one program, the Quick Uninstall command will be available in the More Commands button. If you select multiple programs, the regular Uninstall button will switch to the Quick Uninstall button.
The Quick Uninstall is similar to the normal uninstallation process in that it will open a window, and start the uninstallation of the selected program(s). The difference is that, if applicable, Quick Uninstall will try to run a silent uninstallation of the selected program. A successfully run a silent uninstallation would mean that you would not see any prompts or even a progress indicator of the built-in uninstaller. You would only see a notification after the built-in uninstaller has done its job.Another difference is that Quick Uninstall will not show any leftover lists.
It will scan for leftovers as usual but instead of prompting the user to select which ones to delete, Revo Uninstaller Pro will delete them automatically. After the deletion, Revo Uninstaller Pro will continue with running the built-in uninstaller of the next selected program, if any.
However, the full Registry backup and the System Restore Point are not performed again, as it is not necessary because they were done at the beginning.Again, by default, all deleted Registry entries are backed up, and any deleted leftover files and folders are moved to the Recycle Bin. The Traced Programs module of the Uninstaller shows all installation logs traced with Revo Uninstaller Pro. To start the module, click its button in the Uninstaller group of modules in the lower part of the Commands Panel.To trace a program with Revo Uninstaller Pro you can right click on its installation (setup) file, and select Install with Revo Uninstaller Pro, or click the Install Program with Revo Uninstaller Pro button on the Commands Panel while All Programs or Traced Programs modules are opened.
More details are available in section of the user’s guide.Depending on the view setting, logs are shown as Icons, a List, and with Details such as Name, Size, Creation Date, Registry items, Files and Folders, Comment, and Import status.By default, created logs are shown in the Icons view mode, and when you select a log, below in the Description Panel you will see some of the properties of the selected log: Icon, Size, Date, Registry items, and Files and Folders. You may see similar information when you hover the mouse cursor over a log in the list. In that case, the information is shown as a tooltip, next to the mouse cursor.Using the Search field in the upper right part of the Commands Panel, you can filter the program list by name, publisher, or comment. You can choose the search criteria from the drop-down menu shown after clicking the magnifying glass.
The program list will be filtered in real-time as you type. When searching, the status bar will display the number of found programs that match the search criteria.All logs are grouped in two default groups – New Programs and Other Programs. The total number of logs is shown in the status bar.You can assign each program to a group by using the context menu when right clicking on a program. Removing a program from a group is also possible from the same context menu. The default groups are Internet, Games, Multimedia and Utilities. Uninstallation of a logged program reverts all changes made to the system during its installation the way they were logged by Revo Uninstaller Pro. This process includes changes to the Windows Registry, files and folders.After executing the command, uninstallation of Registry items, files, and folders begins, and you can see the progress.The window closes automatically when the uninstallation completes.
By default, all changed Registry items are backed up. If you want to back up the removal of files and folders, you have to change the setting in Options - Uninstaller. A Custom Uninstall of a logged program allows you to select which changes made to the system during the installation of said program you want to revert.
After executing the command, the uninstallation wizard will start. The wizard may consist of one or two steps, depending on the items the log contains. A tree structure displays all logged (if any) Registry items in the first step of the uninstallation wizard.
The wizard has two windows – the left one displays the Registry keys tree, and the right one displays the Registry values in the corresponding key. There are two counters in the lower part of the window; they show the numbers of logged keys and values.The different colors and fonts provide more information about the items:.
Bold item – logged by Revo Uninstaller Pro as created by the installed program. Red item – the item is excluded from the uninstallation process (the list of excluded items is shown in Options - Uninstaller - Traced Programs - the Registry tab). Grayed item – the item does not exist in the system at the momentYou have to check items that you want to uninstall. If you want to uninstall all of them, you can use the Select All button to check them all. While the uninstallation of a traced program is in progress, Revo Uninstaller Pro may detect that there is some data related to the uninstalled program, which was not deleted because it was not logged by Revo Uninstaller Pro during the installation of the program. In that case, you will see a window with an Advanced Uninstall button. The Advanced Uninstall feature lets you review and delete the aforementioned data.
If you want to review and possibly delete it, press the Advanced Uninstall button. This will start the Advanced Uninstall wizard, which may consist of two steps, one for the Registry leftovers, and one for the file and folder leftovers.Warning: before deleting data using the Advanced Uninstall feature, be certain that it is related to or created by the uninstalled program.If there are possibly related to the uninstalled program Registry items you will see the first step of the wizard – tree with Registry items you can uninstall. When you click on a key in the tree its values, if any, are shown in the list. The font property of items is used to give more information about the items. Such information is:. Bold item – logged by Revo Uninstaller Pro as created by the installed program.
Red item – the item is excluded from the uninstallation process (the list of excluded items is shown in Options - Uninstaller - Traced Programs - the Registry tab).You have to check items that you want to uninstall. If you want to uninstall all of them, you can use the Select All button to check them all. The Manage menu (available when clicking the More Commands button) has the following commands. Delete Log / Delete selected Logs – deletes the selected trace log(s) from the Revo Uninstaller Pro’s list and from the hard drive. This does not affect the installed program(s).
Merge selected logs – combines the logged data of the selected logs into a single log. The chronologically older(est) log is used as the main one, i.e. The data from the more recently created log(s) will be inserted into the older(est) log. After the merging process, you will be prompted to enter a name for the merged log. By default the name of the older(est) log is used but you can change it if you wish. The more recent log(s), whose data is merged, is/are deleted.
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Rename Log – lets you change the name of the log in the list. Edit Log – opens a window allowing you to change all data in the log. More information can be found a bit further down in the manual. Import Log – opens a Windows Explorer dialog window allowing you to select.ruel files, which are exported trace logs by Revo Uninstaller Pro. After importing a log, it will appear in the Traced Programs module, alongside any other trace logs you may have created, and you can use the newly imported trace log as if you yourself have created it.An alternative way to import an exported log file is to double click on it in your file manager, as Revo Uninstaller Pro should be associated with.ruel files. Revo Uninstaller Pro must be closed for the importing to work.
Export Log – allows you to export the created trace log into a.ruel so it can be imported later. For example, if you have problems uninstalling Program A, or just want to do a better uninstall of it, and a friend of yours has installed and traced the same program so he has a trace log. He can export the log, and send the.ruel file to you so you can import it, and use as if you had traced the program yourself.The Edit Log window looks like this:It contains three sections (tabs):. Properties – contains general information about the trace log: name, icon, the creator of the trace log, the version of Windows under which it was created, dates of creation and modification, number of logged Registry entries, files, and folders. From this tab, you can review and edit some common information of the log, user comment, etc.
You can change the Name, Icon, Author, and Comment properties. Other listed fields are read-only, but their data will change if you make changes to the trace log. Registry Items – here you can view and modify the logged Registry keys and values, contained within the trace log. A tree structure shows all logged (if any) Registry entries in a window divided into two parts – the left one shows all Registry keys in a tree-like structure, whereas the right one shows the corresponding value in a selected. The context menu commands and the meaning of the colored/bolded items in the tree and list is the same as described in the Custom Uninstall section (3.2.1). Modifications can be made using the commands using the toolbar at the top of the window.
These are the commands:. Add Value/Key – allows you to manually add Registry keys and values to the trace log. To add a key or a value to the log, first you have to select a key from the tree that will be the parent of the newly added item. Modify – allows you to modify the data of an existing Registry key or value. First select the entry, click Modify, and make the desired changes.
Delete – deletes the logged Registry key or value from the trace log file. This does not affect any data in the Registry of your operating system. Export list to HTML – exports the data from the opened tab to an HTML file. Files and Folders – here you can view and modify files and folders logged in the trace file. They are displayed in a simple list. The context menu commands and the meaning of the colored/bolded items in the tree and list is the same as described in the Custom Uninstall section (3.2.1).
Modifications can be made using the commands using the toolbar at the top of the window. These are the commands:.
Add File/Folder – allows you to manually add files and folders to the trace log. To add a file or folder, first you have to select a folder from the tree that will be the parent of the newly added item. Modify – allows you to modify a few properties of a logged file or folder, namely whether they were created or renamed, and the name of said file or folder. Delete – deletes the logged file or folder from the trace log file. This does not affect any data on your hard or SSD drive.
Export list to HTML – exports the data from the opened tab to an HTML file. The Windows Apps module lists all installed Windows apps, this includes built-in apps when you install Windows, and apps downloaded from Microsoft Store. The module helps you uninstall any app with a single click.
To start the Windows Apps module click press its button in the lower part of the Commands PanelThe main window has a few columns with Name, Size, Install Date, Version, Publisher, and Description. Right clicking the header of a column allows you to change the alignment and choose which columns are shown. The entire list may be sorted by clicking a column header.Using the Search field in the upper right part of the Commands Panel, you can filter the app list by name, publisher, or comment. The app list will be filtered in real-time as you type.
When searching, the status bar will display the number of found programs that match the search criteria. The main command is Uninstall – selecting an app and pressing the Uninstall button will bring up the Uninstall Wizard. Revo Uninstaller Pro tries to create a full Registry backup (if this is not disabled in the Options) and a System Restore Point, and then runs the default command to uninstall the app. After the app is uninstalled, you have to click the Scan button to continue the uninstallation process with Revo Uninstaller Pro.Revo Uninstaller Pro shows found leftover Registry entries first. Registry keys and values found as created by the uninstalled program are in bold. Entries that are NOT in bold are considered as not created by the uninstalled program.
You can safely check them (leave them checked), as they will not be deleted! Entries not in bold are displayed for two reasons: 1) for information: to give you a better idea of the tree structure, and 2) to make selecting leftovers for deletion easier and faster. You can simply check an entire parent branch, as that will automatically select all of its children.
This eliminates the need to check each individual leftover item manually and separately. So, again, whatever items you check, when you press the Delete button, only entries that are checked and in bold will actually be deleted. This applies to when the Select All button is used as well. Deleted Registry entries are backed up, so if you need them later you can restore them using the Backup Manager.You can bring up a context menu by right clicking.
The Browser Extensions module lists and helps you delete different kinds of additional components (called extensions or add-ons), which popular browsers let you install for additional customization. Browser extensions are shown in groups, based on the browser. Currently, supported are: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Edge. To start it click its in the lower part of the Commands Panel.The main window has columns containing the Name, Type, Version, Publisher, and Description.
The Type column shows you what kind of an extension is, according to the browser. Right clicking the header of a column allows you to change the alignment and choose which columns are shown. The entire list may be sorted by clicking a column header.Using the Search field in the upper right part of the Commands Panel, you can filter the browser extension list by name, publisher, or description. The browser extension list will be filtered in real-time as you type. When searching, the status bar will display the number of found programs that match the search criteria.For Microsoft Edge extension the main command is Uninstall, whereas for the other browsers it is Remove. Selecting a Microsoft Edge extension and pressing the Uninstall button starts a Windows App uninstallation process because all Edge extensions are installed as apps.
For details of the process, see section 3.3. Selecting an extension of another browser and pressing the Remove button starts the extension removal process.Other commands available in the context menu for Browser Extensions are:. Search at Google for – use it to search online using Google for the extension’s name or author. This will open your default web browser and display the results of the search. Refresh – reloads the Browser Extensions list. This is a database of logs of traced programs through the monitoring module of Revo Uninstaller Pro. The Logs Database is created and maintained by Revo Uninstaller Pro’s team.
The logs are stored on our web server, and you can use them to uninstall programs or to remove leftovers of previously uninstalled program. To start it press its button in the lower part of the Commands Panel.Using a log from the Logs Database is the same as if you have made the log and traced the program yourself. Therefore, even installing Revo Uninstaller Pro on a computer that already has many installed programs that you had not traced, you can still take advantage of the possibility for better and complete uninstallation using the logs from the Logs Database, as you only have to search for the program you want to uninstall, and select click Uninstall.When you open the Logs Database, by default you will see a list of logs compatible with your version of Windows. The number on the left side of the status bar indicates how many programs are listed based on the current filter settings and any search terms entered. The number on the right side of the status bar indicates the total number of logs in the Logs Database. The database is updated automatically; however, you can change this behavior in the Options.Using the Search field in the upper right part of the Commands Panel, you can filter the log list by name.
The log list will be filtered in real-time as you type. When searching, the status bar will display the number of found programs that match the search criteria.Under the Search field, there are two additional options:. Show only XX-bit logs – where XX-bit is 32-bit or 64-bit, depending on the architecture of your Windows version. When checked, you will only see logs for the corresponding architecture as yours (32-bit or 64-bit). Disabling the option will show logs for both architectures. Show only logs compatible with your Windows version – when checked, you will only see logs that are made for the same version of Windows as the one you are using. Disabling the option will show logs for all versions of Windows from Windows XP to Windows 10.In the Logs Database you have only two commands – Uninstall and Custom Uninstall.
Revo Uninstaller Pro has a very powerful feature called Forced Uninstall. To start it, you must have opened either the All Programs or the Traced Programs module, and click the Forced Uninstall button on the left side. This feature helps you locate and remove leftovers of programs that had been uninstalled previously (before Revo Uninstaller Pro was installed on the computer), or have been incompletely installed or uninstalled, and there are still remnants of on your computer.
It does not matter if the program you want to remove is listed in Revo Uninstaller Pro or in the “Programs and Features” and “Apps and features” applets. Forced Uninstall gives power to the user while maintaining the safe and accurate results.Forced Uninstall requires at least one of two parameters to get the job done: 1) the exact name and/or 2) the full path to the program you want to remove. It is important for the name to be as exact as possible, because Revo Uninstaller Pro searches your entire system, and may falsely detect leftovers if you enter an incomplete or inaccurate name. For example, if you want to remove Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007 you have to enter Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007, and not: Office, MS Office, Microsoft! If for some specific purposes you need to enter more than one name here, you can do that, separating names with a semicolon (;).
The second parameter is a path to the main folder of the program and/or to the main executable file (.exe). You can enter the path manually, or you can use the Browse button to locate a file or a folder related to or created by the program you want to uninstall. You can enter multiple paths.Using the Browse button to locate the program’s executable file (exe) or main installation folder is recommended.If you want to remove any remnants of a previously uninstalled program, a very efficient way to do that would be to enter the full path to the program’s installation location, if it still exists on the computer.After you enter either of the initial parameters, Forced Uninstall will trigger a search for a built-in uninstaller and any trace logs of the program you want to uninstall. Revo Uninstaller searches for logs based on the entered name among the logs you have in the Traced Programs, as well as the logs in the Logs Database module. Revo Uninstaller Pro has a feature that allows monitoring program installations, and detecting system changes. The process is done in real-time – while the program is being installed.This feature is also very powerful, because by monitoring system changes during the installation, we eliminate the necessity of all scanning algorithms applied during the uninstallation. You can use the installation log for a complete removal of the program, just as if it had never been installed at all.With this feature, we monitor system changes and we are sure that the changes are made by the installed program.IMPORTANT: There is a restriction for using this feature – you should not install two or more programs at the same time, or run/start other programs during the installation.
In order for the trace log to be as clean and accurate as possible, each traced program needs to be installed separately. You do not need to stop all already running programs, but you need to not run any new programs or program installations.You can use the Custom Uninstall mode on Traced Programs, which allows you to mark and uninstall the items you want, so even if by mistake you have started another program or setup, you can still customize the uninstallation of the traced program.
Still, it is recommended that you avoid the need for this altogether.The tracing feature has one more advantage – because it works in real time, it does not incur almost any additional time to the time required for the actual program installation. Beginning a trace takes only a few seconds.To install programs through Revo Uninstaller Pro you have two options:. Use the Install Program with Revo Uninstaller Pro button in the All Programs or Traced Programs modules. Start Revo Uninstaller Pro, click the Install Program with Revo Uninstaller Pro, then browse for the setup file of the program you want to monitor. Right-mouse click on the setup file of the program you want to monitor, and select Install with Revo Uninstaller Pro.In either case, the program installation will start, and you will need to complete it as usualWhen an installation process is started through Revo Uninstaller Pro, a toolbar will appear at the top of your screen. The installation process will continue in the usual way, and Revo Uninstaller Pro will monitor system changes during the installation.
You can switch the wide toolbar at the top of the screen with a smaller one from the Options - Traced Programs - Trace programs in compact mode.After the program has finished installing, we recommend that you to run it (if there are several components to the program, run them all), make any desired changes to its settings, then close it. That way Revo Uninstaller Pro will log the configuration settings and when you uninstall that program, it will remove these settings as well.After closing the installed program, click the Stop button on the Revo Uninstaller Pro’s trace bar. Revo Uninstaller Pro will suggest a name for the log. That name will be listed in the Traced Programs tab in the uninstaller. Hunter mode is an innovative and flexible feature of Revo Uninstaller Pro, which gives you the ability to uninstall, stop, or delete simply by pointing to application icons on the Desktop or system tray, or opened application windows. This can be very useful because many applications loading on start-up and/or remain in the system tray without your consent, or you do not even know which application that is.To start it click the Hunter mode button in the lower part of the Commands Panel.
When you click the button, the Revo Uninstaller Pro’s window will disappear, and a small blue target icon with a crosshair will appear at the upper right corner of your screen.