Find out which programs you can uninstall

Notebooks and desktop computers from almost all manufacturers come with dozens of programs and unnecessary utilities, which for the most part only slow down system startup.

You can uninstall the programs through “Add or Remove Programs” in the Control Panel, but the Windows uninstall utility does not give you detailed information about the programs.

Should I Remove It is a free tool for Windows that analyzes the programs installed on your computer and helps you to find out which programs you can uninstall safely from your computer.

Should I Remove It is a very easy to use tool. When you run it on your computer, it scans the installed programs and displays the rating and uninstall percentage for each of the programs.

You can click on any listed program to see information such as developer, version and installation date, and by clicking the “What is this?” Button you can find out more information about the program.

The page with the program information opens in your browser. In it you can see the program description, details, compatible Windows versions, user evaluation, installation statistics, etc.

Based on this information, you can decide whether or not to uninstall the program. To uninstall a program, click the “Uninstall” button of the program in the list and your default uninstaller will run.

In the settings for Should I Remove It, you can enable the option to run the program once a month to analyze new installed programs and thus keep your computer free of useless programs.

In summary, if you bought a new desktop or notebook computer that came full of programs from the manufacturer and you do not know what to remove, Should I Remove It can help you make the right decision.

In addition to removing programs installed by manufacturers, the program can be useful for removing toolbars installed on your computer, such as the Babylon Toolbar, Ask Toolbar and the AVG Security Toolbar.

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