Suggestion for a restore manager?

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  1. Posts : 6,977
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       #21

    Have a look at:

    UVK Help - Misc tools Scroll to "System Restore Tools"

    The only thing is that the program is a wrapper for many other tools/ scripts that could get you into trouble if tempted to use them without knowing why/ how.

    If you want to test that:

    UVK - Ultra Virus Killer

    Access via the program's GUI. Click "Tools & Tweaks" then click the "System Restore Tools" tab.

    I just have one restore point and pretty much never rely on system restore anyway preferring system image backups.

    Here's why. (From the developer of a tool that used to be decent).

    Restore Point Creator Tom's World Tech Blog
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  2. Posts : 222
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    Thread Starter
       #22

    In a word: Wow.

    It has a portable version too. Double Wow.

    I thought I saw God Mode somewhere but now I can't find it. The remove uninstall remnant feature might be worth it but I'm wondering how good it does that and if it can remove entries in the registry too. I'll check it out in more detail. Thank you.
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  3. Posts : 6,977
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       #23

    bofhlusr said:
    In a word: Wow.

    It has a portable version too. Double Wow.

    I thought I saw God Mode somewhere but now I can't find it. The remove uninstall remnant feature might be worth it but I'm wondering how good it does that and if it can remove entries in the registry too. I'll check it out in more detail. Thank you.
    Some features are premium. Just stick with free and don't use anything that you don't know what it does.

    FYI. God Mode is under tools & tweaks

    Suggestion for a restore manager?-tools-tweaks.jpg
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  4. Posts : 6,977
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       #24

    FYI. Uninstall programs requires a license. Most features of the program are free though.

    Suggestion for a restore manager?-license.jpg

    The thing is that you can actually select open location for remnants and manually delete.

    However there are better free uninstallers.

    Geek Uninstaller - the best FREE uninstaller

    HiBitSoftware

    or:
    Download HiBit Uninstaller - MajorGeeks

    Some swear by Revo Uninstaller but I've always found it to tricky to configure.
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  5. Posts : 222
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       #25

    Callender said:
    FYI. Uninstall programs requires a license. Most features of the program are free though.

    Suggestion for a restore manager?-license.jpg

    The thing is that you can actually select open location for remnants and manually delete.

    However there are better free uninstallers.

    Geek Uninstaller - the best FREE uninstaller

    HiBitSoftware

    or:
    Download HiBit Uninstaller - MajorGeeks

    Some swear by Revo Uninstaller but I've always found it to tricky to configure.
    Thank you.
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