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What are people saying about Revo Uninstaller Pro

Nelson Carvalho Hi,
I use RU free version for a long time.  The free version works very well.
I recommend. It is an excellent product. 
I would like to know what are the differences among the free version and Pro version.
Jul 4 2010 at 3:11am Copy Link
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T Raynor I have also used the free version for years without issues.  With my transition to an x64 desktop I have already purchased the pro version through another deal offered by the developer.  When I do a program uninstall I am amazed at how much debris is left over by poor uninstall routines.  Revo helps a lot in the cleanup process and with pro, does so much more.  They have offered this excellent product for free for years and still do in the 32 bit version, so I had no qualms in paying for the pro product. 
Jul 4 2010 at 7:04am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hello! Here are some features of Revo Uninstaller Pro not supported in freeware version: Revo Uninstaller Pro scans for leftovers with even more advanced algorithms that are so precise, fast and very effective in search for leftovers of Windows Services, Drivers, File associations, Shell Extensions, COM components, Windows Installer components, program settings and more! Revo Uninstaller Pro has a very powerful feature called Forced Uninstall. This feature allows you to remove leftovers of programs that are already uninstalled, incomplete installations and uninstall remnants of programs! It does not matter if the program, you want to remove, is not listed in Revo Uninstaller Pro or in Windows Add/Remove Programs Control Panel applet. Forced Uninstall gives power to the user but still keeps the safety and the accuracy of the results. It is very useful when the installation is corrupted and cannot continue further. Forced Uninstall is the best solution when you have to remove partially installed programs, partially uninstalled programs, and programs not listed as installed at all. Revo Uninstaller Pro has a feature that allows monitoring of installation of a program. It detects system changes during that installation and the process is done in real time - simultaneously! Real-Time installation monitor is the most advanced and innovative technology used today! This technology is unique among the rest of the uninstallers. That is why it offers the easiest and the fastest way to monitor installations, so when the program is no longer needed the system changes made by the installation of the monitored program could be fully reverted, as the program has never been installed before! It is so easy to use that requires only 3 mouse clicks to accomplish the whole process! Revo Uninstaller Pro creates backups of removed registry keys, values, files and folders. Backup Manager is the core part of that system. It helps you manage backup information stored by Revo Uninstaller Pro. The other levels of the backup system are: Creating system restore point before each uninstall Full Registry backup before each uninstall Full Registry backup once each day Revo Uninstaller Pro is started Also, Revo Uninstaller Pro is a native 64-bit application, which means that it takes all advantages and speed of 64-bit operating systems, including Windows 7 64-bit! Revo Unisntaller freeware does not support 64-bit operating systems.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 4 2010 at 7:31am Copy Link
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Pedro Laurent Hi, what's the upgrade policy and the license policy as to how many PC this can be install on? If the license is for one PC can I uninstall and transfer it to another PC? 
Jul 4 2010 at 1:39pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi, The license is per computer (including multi-boot and multi-user systems). Purchase of a License includes free lifetime technical support and free updates, till the next major version i.e. 2.0.9; 2.5.0, 2.9.9 till 3.0! You do not have to pay for minor updates and you can use purchased version as long as you want! Also, every purchase gets special discounts for major upgrades and other products!
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 4 2010 at 7:36pm Copy Link
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Mitch B what if i buy a new computer or something gets broke my licensing-id will change. when,if i reinstall windows, how can i xfer the license for revo? i couldn't find anything on your website about such procedures, i'm also rebuilding my pc's almost every year with new hardware. what are the procedures? if any?
Jul 5 2010 at 12:30am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Mitch, it is not a problem, just contact us using the e-mail you have purchased Revo Uninstaller Pro (or with the Order ID) and your license will be updated immediately, so you will be able to use Revo Uninstaller Pro again!
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 5 2010 at 3:50am Copy Link
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Mitch B that involves much problem for me, i'm sorry i'll pass then shenel although i do like your program very much,
i have quite a few purchased items with hw-licensing, each time pc-changes it's very cumbersome with a slew of emails, why not implement an userarea instead of where one could revoke access of old licensing id's, it's much more conveniant for all parties.
Jul 5 2010 at 4:30am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Mitch, I can assure you that contacting us is easier and much faster way than a logging to a web site and following some instructions. It is also easier to a lot of our users - just an e-mail request and our support team will solve the issue immediately.  We have 24/7 technical support team available, so most of the technical issues related to Revo Uninstaller, uninstalling programs, or other software removal problems are solved within an hour (depending on the load of the support team)!
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 5 2010 at 5:42am Copy Link
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Techtoysavvy I also tend to change my hardware slowly over time. Sometimes I will use a program after 1 or 2 years of non-usage. By that time my hardware is different. The good news is that almost all software developers have renabled my license after a quick email.

Adobe on the other hand has a scheme that you mentioned. It is implemented by Macromedia and does not always work. In my case, I was told that it may not work when I upgraded from Vista to Win 7. A very polite CSR fixed it for me quickly but I had to wait an hour on the phone to get service. A simple email would have been less hassle.
Jul 5 2010 at 9:25pm Copy Link
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gail f Love this program, have used the free one for YEARS, and the PRO allows me to more accurately track and export installed programs. Upgraded a few weeks ago, very worth it.
Jul 6 2010 at 12:38pm Copy Link
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_*_ DRM is such a bother for honest users; especially limited activations, or need to contact a server for authentication.

I would have liked to purchase this program, but DRM schemes such as this make me say no to buying such items.

I try very hard to keep my system free of any form of DRM that installs itself without my permission or knowledge.

It honestly looks like a great product otherwise.
Jul 6 2010 at 2:38pm Copy Link
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A. Goyal Do I need to buy 2 licenses for my home desktop and laptop that I wouldnt use simultaneously? Many vendors are kind enough to permit that! 
Jul 6 2010 at 4:31pm Copy Link
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Jerry S As I wait for the offer to go live, I have the same question as Ash Goyal: any deal specifically for those of us who want to use it on their home machine and a laptop?

I've used the free version for years and have only good things to say about it.

Jerry
Jul 6 2010 at 4:57pm Copy Link
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Pedro Laurent I agree with Mitch B, it's easier to have a user area where customers could revoke the license from hardware id no longer use. Companies like Alcohol 120 uses this license service. I don't like going thru emails just so I can use the software in another machine I see it like a waste of time. I will stick to Total Uninstall 5 as I don't have to go thru hardware authentication.
Jul 6 2010 at 5:26pm Copy Link
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Pat Foley I tried to buy today's Revo Uninstaller & got a screen that said my order # & to wait 2 minutes for processing. That was 37 minutes ago & the screen hasn't changed. What am I to do?
Jul 6 2010 at 6:45pm Copy Link
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Jim Willis Shenel Emin : You stated that a License is per computer including dual boot systems.
Am I to understand that I could use 1 Revo license for both Win XP & Vista HP, both of which are on my single machine?
Jul 6 2010 at 7:25pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev As the activation is per computer if you want to use the product on two computers you have to buy two licenses and to activate the licenses on the both computers
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 6 2010 at 8:36pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Pat Foley, at our side your payment is successful and confirmed. If you still haven't received your confirmation email with the serial number please contact us via any of our emails
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 6 2010 at 8:47pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Yes, one license is enough if you want to use Revo Uninstaller Pro on dual boot systems
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 6 2010 at 8:52pm Copy Link
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Techtoysavvy I bought a 4-pack. Thanks for extending the discount to multiple licenses. At that price point I think it is a reasonable purchase.
Jul 6 2010 at 9:02pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Curious George, as we wrote on every computer you want to use Revo Uninstaller Pro more than 30 days you have to activate it. The activation is online and hardware related. It is your decision how many licenses you will buy and how you will use them on your three computers. We are trying to do the activation of Revo Uninstaller Pro as easier as possible for the user according to our current activation algorithms.
You can buy Revo Uninstaller Pro with volume discounts from here - "Bits du Jour".
Yes, you can use Revo Uninstaller Pro on a multi boot system with only one license.
According to the server drive question, as the activation is hardware related to the PC where you are doing the instillation, the physical location of the installation files doesn't matter, so you won't be able to  register it on all the 3 PCs related to that server drive.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 7 2010 at 1:31am Copy Link
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David Drane Like Pat higher up, I too placed an order and its stuck at the processing screen.     I have sent an email to revo using that contact@ address but it looks like it may not be an isolated problem
Jul 7 2010 at 2:27am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson Keep your comments courteous folks, that's how we do it in this town :-)
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 7 2010 at 2:35am Copy Link
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Alexandre Lobo I am facing the same problem reported by Pat Foley.

I tried to buy today a 5-pack Revo Uninstaller and I got a screen from Plimus.com that said i have to wait 2 minutes for processing my order.
That was 15 minutes ago and the screen hasn't changed. What am I to do?
Jul 7 2010 at 2:52am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Alexandre, David, Pat Sorry about this, I'm going to check in with Plimus.  I'm guessing it has something to do with order volume.  Could one of you possibly send me a screenshot of the stalled screen if you still have it open? roger (at) iconico (dot) com Apologies!
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 7 2010 at 2:58am Copy Link
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Stephane M I have a couple of apps installed on a machine but I cannot uninstall them as the uninstaller is missing or I do not have the original setup so in short when I am trying to uninstall them through the windows uninstaller it is trying to find the original setup.exe or it is giving me an error message stating that the unins000.dat is not there for example.

Is Revo Uninstaller Pro capable to uninstall software in that case or it still needs the original uninstaller coming with the software?

Thanks.
Jul 7 2010 at 4:13am Copy Link
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B User Cool deal - thanks for the bulk discount!
Jul 7 2010 at 4:18am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Stephane, the short answer is yes, Revo Uninstaller Pro is capable to uninstall such apps! Revo Uninstaller Pro has a very powerful feature called Forced Uninstall. This feature allows you to remove leftovers of programs that are already uninstalled, incomplete installations and uninstall remnants of programs! It does not matter if the program, you want to remove, is not listed in Revo Uninstaller Pro or in Windows Add/Remove Programs Control Panel applet. Forced Uninstall gives power to the user but still keeps the safety and the accuracy of the results. It is very useful when the installation is corrupted and cannot continue further. Forced Uninstall is the best solution when you have to remove partially installed programs, partially uninstalled programs, and programs not listed as installed at all.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 7 2010 at 4:20am Copy Link
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A. Goyal Well, I sent a request to your support team more than 90 min ago to swap license to new hardware and am still waiting...
Jul 7 2010 at 5:01am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Ash, thank you for your purchase! Your e-mail has been received a hour ago and the answer is sent immediately - check your spam folder also!
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 7 2010 at 5:06am Copy Link
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Stephane M @ Shenel

Well I tried the Forced Uninstall feature with one on my software having the unins000.exe but having the unins000.dat missing.

Revo Uninstaller finds the built-in uninstaller so I unchecked the "Run the selected built-in uninstaller" checkbox then clicked on Next.

But in that case, Revo Uninstaller does not remove any of the files and shortcuts of my software, it just scans registry for leftovers.
So it does not fully uninstall software.

I thought Forced Uninstall would have removed of the related files found in "Program files" and elsewhere + shortcuts but it has not.
Jul 7 2010 at 5:49am Copy Link
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Jim Willis Hey bits admin - I tried to buy Revo by clicking the 'BUY' button but it won't work, not even by clicking the 'here' button.
What's up? I have bought several other bits deals with no problems but this is just not working.
I even tried going directly to Revo's site & using the code 'bitsdujour50' during checkout but I get an 'invalid code' message.
Really need your help as this is very frustrating.
Jul 7 2010 at 6:04am Copy Link
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Jerry S Sometimes, being too eager doesn't pay. I ordered 2 licenses on the special . . . and now learn that for a few dollars more, I could have had four licenses.

Ca we modify my order for 2 licenses to 4 for the additional few dollars?
Jul 7 2010 at 6:11am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @ Stephany It depends on what you did! Check your e-mail for more details!
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 7 2010 at 6:17am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Jim,

Just talked to you on the Phone. The Buy button seems to work fine for me I tried a bunch of different web browsers. Can you try again and if you don't have any luck try clearing your cache.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 7 2010 at 6:23am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @ Jerry S, Thank you for your purchase! The lowest price of Revo Uninstaller Pro is only here! 
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 7 2010 at 6:29am Copy Link
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Stephane M @ Shenel

Ok I will but I have not received any emails yet though.
Jul 7 2010 at 6:35am Copy Link
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Jerry S Shenel, I think you missed my point: I purchased two licenses at the promo price before learning that I could have used the promo code to get the four license package for a few dollars more.

Can I change my earlier order for two to an order for four at the promotional price?
Jul 7 2010 at 6:41am Copy Link
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Pedro Laurent The coupon code "bitsdujour50" doesn't work any more on the Revo website... I try it and it says invalid code it worked before. That's to bad
Jul 7 2010 at 7:01am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Thank you for all of your comments and questions! We see that because of the too many comments about the licensing and price options nobody reads the comments, so we ask everybody, who has any questions, to contact our support team instead! 
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jul 7 2010 at 7:04am Copy Link
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Hi Nico - Many thanks for your really quick reply. Tried clearing my cache & still no go.
Dual boot Vista/XP so rebooted into XP and tried again and now the 'BUY' button does indeed take me to Revo's site and the coupon code does work.
I think my purchase went through, although;I got the same thing as some others reported - purchase is completing, please wait up to 2 minutes, I waited about 5 min. and closed the page, so hopefully I'll get an email from Plimus soon.
Anyway, problem seems to be on my end.
Already liked Bitsdujour a lot and after seeing how quick you responded, I like it even more.
Jul 7 2010 at 7:07am Copy Link
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Jim Willis oops, visitor post above was me.
Jul 7 2010 at 7:09am Copy Link
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Pedro Laurent I try it right after the person said it worked and it was working cause I try it, they just put a stop on that. It's understandable...
Jul 7 2010 at 7:27am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @Piet Schruyver Here's how it works at Bits du Jour -- if you can't be polite, we delete your comment.  If you don't like it, I suggest that you find an alternative venue for your rants.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 7 2010 at 7:41am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson Folks, if you aren't purchasing Revo via the big, green, "Buy Now" button above, why are you bringing your complaints here?  Doesn't make a lot of sense to us, so we're going to stop allowing it. Some clever kiddies figured out a way to abuse the Bits du Jour coupon code and apply it to existing Revo special offers.  That is no longer a possibility.   Still an amazing deal for amazing software! -r 
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 7 2010 at 7:48am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson Finally, as Shenel mentions above, please direct all after-purchase licensing and support questions to the the Revo support team.   http://www.revouninstalle..._help.html Thanks! -r
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 7 2010 at 7:53am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale @Jim. I've got no clue why using Vista vs. XP would make the Buy link not work - I can only imagine you have something funky going on on your system. Glad you like what we do here at BitsDuJour though!
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 7 2010 at 10:11am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Busy comments board today, which we love - but please remember if you have questions on the license terms please expand the 'policy' section under the Buy button and you may find the answer you're looking for.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 7 2010 at 10:12am Copy Link
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Sherry Donley This is the MOST AWESOME uninstaller and system software tool I have.  I purchased this PRO version and I so love it.  In fact, it eliminates about 5 of my other tools.  So, when the discount comes out for this tool, GET IT!!!  You WILL be glad you did or you can email me and rant and rave.  SIMPLY AWESOME!!!  Thanks REVOGroup!  I love this tool!!!!!!! (especially since I am do maintenance PC and upgrade work daily for friends and family in my home business.  I had 1 PC that was supposed to have a Restore CD, but it did not work, so I used this tool.  IT MADE MY PC AS IF IT WERE NEWLY FORMATTED and CLEAN.  AWESOME tool!!!!!
Jul 12 2010 at 8:47am Copy Link
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Robin Miller Ugh. I can't believe I missed this one. I tried it and liked it so much more than the free version. Any other discounts for RevoPro out there that anyone knows of? My search thus far has yielded nothing. So disappointed!
Sep 8 2010 at 6:17am Copy Link
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Milan Topolic Great deal ! Thanks in advance.

Revo Uninstaller Pro rockz like hell !
Jun 2 2011 at 3:02am Copy Link
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Roberto Is the new major version near?
Jun 3 2011 at 1:51am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hello,
The next major version will be released next year.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jun 3 2011 at 3:27am Copy Link
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Albert C. Hi. As a customer of a 4-PC license a couple years ago I have to say that this program is very good. IMHO better than the most known like Total Uninstall and Your Uninstaller. Revo just works!
Regarding the activation thing, I'm no fan of this kind of protection at all. I have 3 computers and reinstall my OS several times per year on each of them. I once needed to reset my activations because I ran out of them. And the support @ Revo was flawless!
So kudos to Revo for such a great program and such a great flexibility regarding activation system.

Very recommended guys! ^_^
Jun 3 2011 at 11:56pm Copy Link
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Michael R. A more general question about the un-installing process:

If an uninstaller is able to locate all the files belonging to a certain application, as well as the registry-entries, wouln't it be easy than to backup this files/information and even allow to transfer these files to another computer? Perhaps even create a .EXE setup-file allowing to install the application in a user-given directory?

So is this possible? If no, why not? And if yes, does RevoUninstaller has this feature?

Thanks a lot...
Jun 5 2011 at 5:15pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Michael,

At the moment Revo Uninstaller Pro doesn't have such feature. Otherwise such feature is more reasonable for the traced programs by Revo Uninstaller Pro, as the results there will be better. It is possible all the data to be exported as an archive or as you suggest as a self-extracting archive like .exe file. Such feature may be implemented in the future in Revo Uninstaller Pro.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jun 5 2011 at 6:04pm Copy Link
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Keith Norton The discount is not working on the payment page. I am trying to buy 5 copies and pay with PayPal. The Bits Du Jour discount appears as a line of its own reflecting the 50% discount. There is also a coupon code field pre-filled with "bitsdujour50" which shows as an invalid code when payment is attempted. Deleting that code reverts everything to full price. Help!
Jun 5 2011 at 6:17pm Copy Link
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Louis H Very nice program. Freed up over 12 Gigs of space with a quick run of the Junk Files Cleaner. Looking forward to learning how well it does when I explore the more advanced features.
Jun 5 2011 at 6:34pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Keith,
Could you please try again, using the "Buy Now" button of BitsduJour you should not have problems. After you enter the quantity of 5 licenses press the "Update' button next to the quantity field, or the "Recalculate" button next to the coupon code, that refreshes the price to the one for 5 licenses with the 50% discount
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jun 5 2011 at 6:41pm Copy Link
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Louis H GREAT deal for a 3-License purchase! For only 10$ more!. Very Nice!!!!
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Adrian Williams That's right Louis h - update the quantity to 3, click the recalculate and remember to click on the apply discount button too. Gets the final order to £19.19 for 3 user licence. I've used your uninstaller 2010 pro for years but revo seems to be more informative about what it intends doing and give you the option of unchecking files for deletion. great deal today !
Jun 5 2011 at 9:13pm Copy Link
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Keith Norton Help! I tried again to make my purchase, but as soon as I select the Method of Payment, red text appears at the top of the page:: "Please complete the form below, missing or incorrect fields are marked with !" and a yellow triangle with exclamation point appears next to the Coupon Code line along with red text: "invalid code". Deleting the Coupon Code resets everything to full price and eliminates the error message. Re-entering the code brings the price back to 50% off, but the error codes come back and will not allow completion of the transaction. Apparently no one else is complaining, so I'll try another computer later. Rebooting this one hasn't helped.
Jun 5 2011 at 10:38pm Copy Link
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Fred Schall This offer is not clear. Does the $19.62 purchase cover it's use on 3 machines? Also, this is a one time purchase......not yearly subscription? Thanks!!
Jun 6 2011 at 2:40am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hello Fred,

The price here at BitsduJour is $19.62 for one license and there is additional volume discount for more than 3 licenses, so you can buy 3 licenses for $29.43. There is no yearly subscription. Buying a license you can update Revo Uninstaller Pro for free during the minor updates - till the next major update. Then you decide to buy an upgrade to the new major version or if you decide it doesn't worth you can continue to use your 2.x license.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jun 6 2011 at 2:56am Copy Link
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Andreas Hoffmann Hi, is there still a portable version of the Uninstaller Pro available?
Thanks in advance + greetings - Andreas
Jun 6 2011 at 4:13am Copy Link
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barry heur I run multiple virtual machine using Virtual Box on my home system. Does one license and the online activation allow me to install and run Revo Uninstall Pro in each virtual machine?
Jun 6 2011 at 5:17am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Andreas,
No, there is no portable version of Revo Uninstaller Pro
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jun 6 2011 at 5:29am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Barry,

As the activation is per computer, one license is enough to use Revo Uninstaller Pro on virtual machines. But as the the virtual machines simulates a different machine, you will have to contact us only once after the purchase to update your account and you will not have problems to register and use Revo Uninstaller Pro on the virtual machines you have
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jun 6 2011 at 5:39am Copy Link
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Stephane M Hi,

Thanks Vasil for the update on the activation on virtual machines.

I am also running different VM's but not always the same ones, I mean I delete, recreate VM's on a regular basis so does that mean I would need to contact the support each time I want to install Revo Uninstaller Pro on a new VM?
Jun 6 2011 at 5:48am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Stephane,

For sure you will not have to contact the support team before every newly created virtual machine or restored snapshot. But depending on the way you use the virtual machines, I mean if you often create new virtual machines from zero, not just resetting them or modifying them you may have to contact the support team from time to time to reset your account.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jun 6 2011 at 6:35am Copy Link
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Peter R Is there an option to see all installed files of 1 installation run? And to exclude files from uninstall?
Jun 6 2011 at 6:44am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Peter,

I am not sure I understood you completely.
If you are asking about the monitoring of the install of a program you can to review all the items file, folders and Registry items using the "Custom Uninstall" button from the "Trace Programs" module and select which items you want to uninstall.
Otherwise using the regular uninstall feature of Revo Uninstaller Pro you can review and select which found as leftover items to delete.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jun 6 2011 at 7:01am Copy Link
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Stephane M Thanks Vasil, I just purchased 3 licenses.
Nice deal!
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Anand I saw the statement on the top of the page ".... 3-license purchase drops to less that $10 per. Thanks Revo!". However the math is not working for me. When I goto order it comes to around $15 per license when purchasing 3-licenses. Can someone clarify. Thanks!
Jul 8 2011 at 2:57pm Copy Link
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Louis H Anand...

You had to take advantage of the offer during the one day discount back in June for the 50% discount and for the cost to be around $10 for each license. If you are trying to buy it now, you are only getting a 25% discount.
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Anand Thanks Louis! Makes sense, I guess the post needs an update.
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Roger Thomasson @ Anand

Right you are :-) Sorry for the confusion -- I updated the text to reflect the ongoing promotional discount.

-r
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 9 2011 at 12:23pm Copy Link
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SoftCollector Great program! And it is made in Bulgaria! :) What I would like to see in future versions:

1. A list of changes made by the installation program (a bit like what Total Uninstall does), which would give the user the ability to see what changes the installer implements before uninstalling the programs. This option should be made available to advanced users. Right now such a list would only be possible to see at the time of uninstalling the program.

2. I am not sure if this could be implemented at all - an option to change the sequence of start up programs routine. If possible, it would be great!

3. All smaller functions could be improved: disk wipe, trace eraser (Webroot Window Washer is the one to look up to here), etc. These are not the main parts of the program, but since they are included, there is room for perfecting them.

Keep up the good work!

Kind regards,
Pavel
Aug 6 2011 at 12:58am Copy Link
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Jim Willis I bought this several years ago. I love it and still use it on several computers. Works great, constantly updated, and I don't have to keep paying for newer versions. Highly reccomended.
Dec 16 2011 at 1:38pm Copy Link
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Overtkill I'm currently using the trial version of this software, and I must say that I am impressed with it. Being a Sysadmin, I see all kind of software from junk to brilliant. I would give this one a near 5 star rating. The deep detection mode works absolutely awesome when removing stubborn software that doesn't properly uninstall itself. Especially the types that install drivers. Thanks a ton! :)
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SoftCollector A great piece of software! One of the two best uninstallers I have come across (the other being Total Uninstall). I own both.

Also, I was very proud to learn that it has been developed by a Bulgarian company! Way to go guys!

Here is what I would like to see developed in future versions:

1. More control over what Revo has found and considers for deinstalling – a list that the user can check and verify. A list of leftovers is already at hand, but I hope one can be offered at an earlier stage (before the deinstallation).

2. The ability for Revo to follow installations that require a restart of the computer (Total Unistall has that).

Kind Regards,
SC
Jan 29 2012 at 10:21am Copy Link
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Stefan Hauber Great discount for 3 licenses (3 are less expensive than 2 :-) )!

So, when buying more than one license, is there a way to give away some of the licenses to other users?

If yes:
How to let RevoGroup letting know the new user names?
Can this be done sometime later (or has it be done quite immidiately after the buy)?
Jan 31 2012 at 12:12am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Stefan,
When you buy more than one license at once you get only one serial number that let you register Revo Uninstaller Pro on the same number of computers as the bought licenses number.
So you can share received serial number with your relatives or friends and they can use it to register Revo Uninstaller Pro on their computers, but there is no way at our side to associate your serial number with more than one names. So you can share the serial number, you make that decision, but the serial number and account is connected only to your name
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 12:35am Copy Link
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Brian H SoftCollector, I am always grateful for your excellent reviews, product suggestions and insights on the programs being offered here on BDJ. Just to see an alternative, I took a look at "Total Uninstall" on their website, and I liked what I saw, as well. Question for you- although not an easy one, I know, if you had to choose between the two products, which would you choose? Does "Revo Uninstaller Pro" do anything that "Total Uninstall" does not? Because it seems that with the added benefit of being able to "follow installations that require a restart of the computer ", "Total Uninstall" might have an edge over "Revo Uninstaller Pro"? Or am I missing something in the equation? Thanks, as always, for your great advice. :-) -Brian
Jan 31 2012 at 12:50am Copy Link
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Jaap Aap Well, maybe the developer could react to Brian's question too? Is Softcollector's wishlist under consideration for future versions?
Jan 31 2012 at 2:00am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev About Total Uninstall and Revo Uninstaller Pro, both products have a lot of differences and their monitoring modules works in completely different way. Both methods have their advantages and disadvantages. Yes, Revo Uninstaller Pro can't handle the reboot during the monitoring (it saves its log automatically when the computer is rebooted, if the user hasn't done that before), but many programs request a reboot mainly to load their data on Windows start up as it is stored by their installation, so in these cases the installation has completed before the reboot. Also Revo Uninstaller Pro has some algorithms that after the uninstall of trace program completes, we tried to search for program's data that is probably part of the program, but is not caught in the log, because the data is written after the log is saved. That may be data written after a requested reboot during the installation or data written during the usage of the program. It is easy and logical for us to recommend ourselves in such comparison, but it is better the user to make its decision, which product will better suits him.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 2:33am Copy Link
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Tim Parsons Can the Pro version be used portably? Or is the only portable version the free one?
Jan 31 2012 at 3:02am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Tim, only the Freeware version of Revo Uninstaller has a portable version, Pro version can't be used portably
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 3:10am Copy Link
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Steve asp I would like to know an estimate date for the next major update. I the offer today is very good but I would rather wait if there is soon to be a new version knowing we can not update to this version with the current license.

Thanks
Jan 31 2012 at 7:48am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Steve, the new major version will be probably released in the end of the third quarter of 2012 - end of August or September. However registered existing user of Revo Uninstaller Pro will get a significant discount on the regular price of the new major version if they decide to update to the new version
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 8:09am Copy Link
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Tony Simpson As a user of ToTal Uninstaller, I can tell you one thing that it doesn't do and that is it does not remove the program files and folders created during install. I didn't notice this until recently and just to be sure before writing this comment I installed a program under Total Uninstall and then removed it again with TU.

Sure enough TU leaves all the program folders and files intact. This is particularly true if during the install you install the program in a location not on the default C drive. It remains to be seen if Revo does the same, I will see.
Jan 31 2012 at 8:10am Copy Link
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BENNET User I am a long time user of "Your Installer". It is stable in my 3 machines.
Is Revo better than that?

@Vendor
Please confirm if you sell "lifetime upgrade" policy seperately. Thanks in advance.
Jan 31 2012 at 8:10am Copy Link
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Tony Simpson Further to my last post about Total Uninstaller not removing installed program files and folders, I tried the same program install and removal with Revo Uninstaller and while it removed more of the test program than did TU it still left behind a significant number of installed files. Even forced uninstall did not remove the program files.
Jan 31 2012 at 8:10am Copy Link
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Stefan Tester I would gladly join in if not where this policy:

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Online license activation is required with a hardware footprint,
and 1 installation per footprint..
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as i need to use my software from an thunp drive on several pcs
this promotion is nothing i can use :-(
Jan 31 2012 at 8:10am Copy Link
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SoftCollector Dear Brian H,

Thank you for your kind words – and I apology for the late reply.

To answer your question:

1. What Total Unistall does is make a snapshot of the registry (and a list of the file system, if I am not mistaken) before and after the installation and compare them to find differences. This is a very good approach, as it does not rely on algorithms inside TU, but on simple comparison. That said, there are some software titles that write all the time to your disk, creating logs, updating, etc. – like antivirus programs, disk defragmenters, backup software, etc. and Total Unistall lists those as part of the installation as well. Then you have to manually go through the list and delete the entries that got there by mistake (the above mentioned). So: Total Unistall puts the control at your fingertips, and if you know what you are doing and choose wisely, this should give great results. Also, Total Uninstall continues to monitor a software installation after the restart of the PC, which is a plus.

2. On the other hand Revo offers a lot of different possibilities, as its developers were aiming at creating not just a great uninstall tool, but also an Autorun Manager, Junk Files Cleaner, several trace erasers, etc. I have never had any problems with Revo and it seems to be working fine with deinstallations (also having some excellent options like the Hunter Mode, etc.), but what it actually does as far as uninstalling is not as transparent as with TU. It also, at this point, cannot continue to follow the installation when a reboot is required.

I have both titles installed and use them regularly, and cannot say which one is better as they both develop dynamically. If you can spare the extra time and do not mind going through long lists of entries to check which ones to actually delete, TU should be your choice. If you want the job done quicker (and still reliably – from my experience) Revo will suit you better.

Then again, why not have both? :) Revo is unbelievably cheap at the price at which it is being sold today. The only concern is the date of the new version, as Revo is not currently sold with the lifetime upgrade option.

I hope this helps!

Kind Regards,
SC
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VLM Hi everyone, just my bit of input about Revo vs. Total Uninstall. I have been a Revo Pro user for years and I LOVE this program. It offers 2 modes of operation:

- Monitor during installation
- Scan and uninstall a program that was not monitored during installation

As far as I know, Total Uninstall only does the first, and that is reason enough to choose Revo, at least for me.

As SoftCollector has already pointed out, Total Uninstall works on a DIFF principle (before and after comparison), and it picks up activity from programs that have nothing to do with the installation in progress. Revo seems to me far more intelligent in this regard.

Someone, above, mentioned that Revo sometimes leaves some content behind. I have found this to be the case almost exclusively when it is removing a program that was not monitored during installation. For removal of monitored programs, I have found it to be almost perfect.

Vasil, I do suggest that you create some way for customers to break apart registrations and add separate serial numbers. There are situations where one buys in and for a group or community, but does not wish to give out the one and ONLY serial number. That makes it impossible to track abuse by someone in the group or community.
Jan 31 2012 at 8:30am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Bennet Immanuel - No we do not offer a lifetime upgrade offer of Revo Uninstaller Pro

@Tony Simpson - Basically if the files are in use by Windows or other program Revo Uninstaller Pro puts them for deletion on the next reboot and most or all them should be deleted on the next reboot. If that does not happen, we will be grateful if you write a short report to our support emil with he name and the version of the program as well as your Windows version, so we can make some tests and investigate.

@SoftCollector - Thank you for your comments and suggestions, although I do not reply to your previous comments and suggestions here at BitsDuJour, we do not miss to take a record of them
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 8:48am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi VLM, thank you for your feedback and suggestion. In the next major version the registration algorithm will be changed and we will consider how to make such option easier, as you are right that in some specific cases it may be necessary
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 8:53am Copy Link
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Overtkill I started using this uninstaller a few months back, and I can say its worth every penny. Its very thorough at removing applications. Plus it has many other features that you wouldn't expect to find in such a tool. Definite mufti-tasker!

One request: On your autorun programs (list of files that startup with your computer), please consider adding an option to reorder the startup list so a user can control which apps start up first at boot.

Thanks!
Jan 31 2012 at 9:31am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Overtkill, thank you for your feedback and request.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 9:53am Copy Link
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VLM Vasil, I do have one additional suggestion for a future release. Most applications are updated from time to time, so it would be nice to have some way to link an update/upgrade with its original, underlying/prior installation(s). I'm not sure what might be the best way to do this, but it occurs to me that one approach is to append an update/upgrade installation to an existing installation file, rather than naming a new file from scratch. Just a thought to consider ...
Jan 31 2012 at 9:56am Copy Link
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bethel95 I've used RU for several years, and consider it to be an invaluable tool for cleaning up after an app's uninstaller has run (that's the first part of the RU uninstall sequence). I that it gives me control over the delete decisions (in contrast to other uninstallers that run in "black box" mode) while still presenting a friendly user interface.

I've been using RU Pro since the last time it was on sale (about 8 months ago?). It's hard for me to say whether it really performs better than the free version, as I've not done any in-depth testing. If nothing else, though, I like that I was able to support the dev of one of my favorite sysadmin tools. If you're using the free version, please consider doing that, too (and if Pro really is doing the job significantly better, then that's a bonus for us).
Jan 31 2012 at 9:59am Copy Link
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Sputnik I own Total Uninstall and let me say the way it really works.

You have two different modules in Total Uninstall : Installed Programs module and Monitored Programs module.

The Installed Programs module will show a complete list of all the installed programs on the computer (that include all the programs, monitored or not). When you select a program on this list, that launch an analysis (you have here the choice between 4 basic profiles of analysis, but you can create your owns) which will indicate all the changes done to the computer (in the registry and in the file system) by the selected program. If you uninstall a program through this module, the regular uninstall.exe of the program will be launched first and after that the leftovers will be uninstalled using the detected items during analysis. Before the uninstallation, you will have the opportunity to see clearly all the changes in the registry and in the file system made by the program and after the uninstallation you will see all the leftovers which will have been additionnally removed. Here, before the uninstallation, you may easily remove from that log anything you think is not belonging to the program to uninstall.

This first module make of Total Uninstall an uninstall tool very similar to Revo with the only exception that the scan for the leftovers is done before the uninstallation, not after as in the case of Revo.

With the Monitored Programs module you can create a snapshot of the registry and of the file system as they are before the installation of a program; you then install the program as you normally do and after the installation you do a post-install snapshot. The comparison between the pre-install and the post-install snapshots will create all the information concerning what has been changed in your computer by the installed program. The post-installation snapshot can be done after a reboot as it as been said earlier by someone.

The log concerning the installation of a program is very clear and you may easily see all what has been changed in the registry and in the file system. When you uninstall a program through this module, you have the choice to uninstall it with all the information contained in the installation log (and you may easily remove from that log anything you think is not belonging to the program to uninstall), or to uninstall with the regular uninstall.exe file first and then the leftovers with what remains in the log.

What is very interesting here about Total Uninstall is that you may use this program not only to monitor the installation of any program, but you may also use it to monitor any change done to the registry or to the file system when you do anything on your computer and that is a very valuable source of information...

That said, it is clear I'm in love with Total Uninstall but I would be also ready to buy a copy of Revo. There is only a little problem for me here : I really dont like the online activation (which you also have with Total Uninstall) but what I really hate is the limitation of 1 installation by footprint. I know it is ultimately not a problem because you may contact Revo to be able to register Revo Uninstaller another time (and maybe any number of times, I don't know), but only after having told them the entire history of your life (well, in fact I don't know if it's the case but I really hate to contact the software maker to be able to re-register a software I legally own)...
Jan 31 2012 at 10:17am Copy Link
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Milan Topolic Revo rockz like hell !
Jan 31 2012 at 10:18am Copy Link
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Techtoysavvy This is a great program. I just bought a license for another 4 copies. I bought 4 copies on BDJ back in July 2010. I also have TU. Both operate differently as per the details provided by SoftCollector.
Jan 31 2012 at 11:04am Copy Link
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Silat If we buy multiple licenses today and the registration algorithm changes as requested previously, will we be able to get new numbers for each of our licenses?
Jan 31 2012 at 11:20am Copy Link
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Brad This is really great software a must have tool for me. As a fan of BitsDuJour I am always downloading and testing software for purchase.
Revo does a fantastic job of cleaning things up after these multiple installs-uninstall routines.

At least to date I've never had Revo leave my PC in a flaky state. Some applications in an effort to clean every trace of an uninstalled application will inadvertently remove some important reference or files etc. from the system.

My thoughts are if your creating a tool which goes beyond the operating systems uninstall routine a mantra would be to first "do no harm" and while your doing that, make certain you maintain the efficacy of the system.

My experience with using Revo over the last two years is that they have these priorities in focus, striking a delicate balance between maintaining the health of the system and removing the clutter from sloppy uninstall operations.

At this price, its hard to pass up. However my enthusiasm is tempered by looking further down the line. From a marketing standpoint by offering the software at such a significant discount today, they appear to see a larger revenue bump down the road as all these discounted installs of version 2.57 today if a person wants to upgrade will of necessity per their policy be required to cough up some more cash in the third quarter of this year 2012, so roughly nine months if their projections hold. While I am not at all complaining about this apparent fact, nobody said they were a non-profit. For me it puts this discount into perspective.

The only thing which would sweet'n this deal were if buyers today were guaranteed a twelve month upgrade protection for the up coming third quarter upgrade. As all of us know this is not atypical in the software arena.

With this said I did purchase a three install license for my other PC's in the house primarily because of the discount offered. (Prior to this I only had one install) and depending on how deep I must dig into my checkbook to get the upgrade later this year I may go back to a single install. In the meantime though, I get to use the existing version 2.57 indefinitely, which is by the way did I mention is great software on two other PC's in the house.

My two cents, Brad
Jan 31 2012 at 12:01pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Prasad Paranjpe - Thank you for your feedback! But please update the product and do not hesitate to contact our support team for any problems related to the registration or usage of Revo Uninstaller Pro. Yes our current activation/registration algorithms has some weaknesses but as far as we know the update of the program should not cause any problems with registration, there should be other reason for example as you wrote a change of a hard drive or on some Windows versions restore of an image from a backup may also cause such request for re-registration. But I want to note again please do not hesitate to update the program and contact our support team if necessary. We try to solve such registration problems as faster as possible and we always advise you to use the latest version of the product.
@Silat - No, future changes will not affect current purchases. Otherwise we are considering how to make it possible for the future purchases.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 12:04pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Brad, thank you for your feedback. I can assure you that with the discount that you have here now if you update your 3 licenses even with the regular update price when 3.0 is released you sill will be below the regular price for the new 3 licenses package, but you will be able to use the latest versions of the product probably for more than 2 years
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 12:31pm Copy Link
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Joe McCormick I went to the web site to purchase the program. From what I saw it is cheaper to buy 3 licenses then 2? Am I reading this correctly?

1 for $13.74
2 for $27.48
3 for $20.60
Jan 31 2012 at 12:36pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Joe, it is correct, it appears that way as for 3 and more licenses the additional volume discount is active and it lower the price to $6.87 per license
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 12:43pm Copy Link
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Techtoysavvy Folks no activation scheme is perfect. This one is not that bad. It is always a trade-off and the vendors do need to protect their products. And once again, support has always taken care of it.

@Vasil Georgiev, Thanks for previosu reply.It may be my changes to the environment.

Does each user account on a single machine need to activate the license? I usually login to my family machines as Administrator or myself and carry out admin type tasks. The family members login under their accounts and should be able to install/uninstall on their own machines without me having to reactivate for each user on on each machine.
Jan 31 2012 at 12:49pm Copy Link
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VLM Robert Tardif - Just a point of law ... One generally does not buy title to software ... one does not own it. Rather, one buys a license to USE it in certain ways, for a certain period of time, and subject to certain conditions. I realize this does not change the feeling I imagine you have, but just to be technically correct, and I hope you don't mind. :)

Brad Perrault - I agree with your comment about the upcoming version 3. Our congregation has 3 Revo pro licenses now, and I would be VERY happy to purchase several more ... except that we don't really need them right now, it would be a purchase for the future. And if we need to purchase them again, effectively, before the future arrives, well, you get the picture. :)

Vasil, in your reply to Brad, are you suggesting that version 3 is more than 3 years away? I thought I read a comment from you saying it is 6-8 months away, and I wish to have a clear understanding of your present (and obviously changeable) plan.

Joe McCormick - If you can use the licenses now, even just 2 of them, this 3-pack is one step from free. It's a GREAT application, it works just as Brad described, above. Vasil always provides excellent and timely support. It would be hard to ask for more ... unless you want the program to wash your car for you. :)
Jan 31 2012 at 12:57pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Prasad Paranjpe - At the moment the licensing data is stored in the current user profile, so the answer is yes it should be activated for every user. Maybe an easier way is after a successful activation to copy the created license.dat file to the appropriate user folder.You can find more info where that file is store in our FAQ section (Registration subsection) or contacting our support team.

@VLM - I am sorry if I was not clear, yes our current plans are next major version to be released in September, I was trying to explain to Brad that the sum of money that he may pay - 3 licenses now from BDJ plus upgrade price for 3 licenses when 3.0 is released, will be for sure lower than the regular price that we will request for 3 new licenses when 3.0 is released. So with lower price he will be able to start using the product now on 3 computers and use it at least 2 years and few months until 4.0 is released.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 1:38pm Copy Link
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Sputnik @VLM

You're right : this does not change the feeling I have. :)

And I still have the same feeling because there has not been any answer from Vasil concerning this way to activate its software and the limitation of 1 installation by footprint.

He doesn't say if Revo intend to change this way of proceeding for the activation nor he gives an idea about what someone has to write in an email to the Revo's support in order to be able to activate another time the software, nor if there is a limit to the number of activation.

On this basis how can someone feel safe to buy such a software ?

An answer from Vasil would be much appreciated.
Jan 31 2012 at 1:54pm Copy Link
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SoftCollector @ Robert

I have been using Revo for more than an year and I have never experienced any activation problems after updates or under any other circumstances.

I would not say that Revo activation is difficult or peculiar in any way.

I have "difficult" software installed on my machine and I know what you mean, but Revo is not one of those.

Kind Regards,
SC
Jan 31 2012 at 2:03pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Robert, our current activation scheme is clear - the activation is per computer and the activation is computer locked. Probably we will keep such type of registration algorithm for version 3.0, but we will change the algorithm itself trying to avoid current weaknesses.

We do not have a specific requirements for the information that should be provided if a reset of the activation is needed. We realize that there are a lot of possible reasons like: you have changed your computer, or a computer part related to our algorithm, or as I wrote before in specific cases there may be other reasons. We are basically liberal according to the reset of the activation, as after you have paid for the software you must be able to use it properly according to the license. So nobody should be worried or to hesitate to contact us if his legal copy of Revo Uninstaller Pro should be re-registered.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Jan 31 2012 at 2:19pm Copy Link
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Joe McCormick I already have one of the Revo pro version. But I did take advantage of the the 3 license pack because it is a great program to have. I think I now know why the price is so low. It is because in the new release in September. I will install it on 2 of my other computers and still have a spare.

I did try Total Uninstall a few months ago but it seem to be more complicated then Revo Pro.
Jan 31 2012 at 3:20pm Copy Link
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Techtoysavvy @Vasil Georgiev - Thanks. I think it will be easier to run a sync job or batch script that just copies the license file to all the user directories.
Jan 31 2012 at 3:26pm Copy Link
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Sputnik @SoftCollector and Vasil Georgiev

Thank you for your answers.
Jan 31 2012 at 3:30pm Copy Link
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Bruce Looking to me like the product and the company support is very good, as I had just contacted devs recently with some questions and they provided prompt and useful answers.
(Even granted that my questions probably seemed a bit technical and off the usual path...)

So even though I have not had time to fully test the Pro version, my experience with the Revo Free for last few years is very solid and very good. And I don't want to miss the special price which is definitely good.

Plus, one last thought, is that I have gotten such good use from Revo Free over the last few years, that I am actually happy to be able to buy the Pro version, and thus contribute to the support and development of their good Uninstaller tools.
Jan 31 2012 at 7:18pm Copy Link
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VLM Robert, I agree with SoftCollector, I've been using Revo Pro for at least 2 years and Revo FREE for at least a year before that. I've never experienced any problems with installations, reinstallations, upgrades, or the like ... not even a hint of a glitch. Vasil really does appear to have this handled quite well, given his current approach, IMO. And Vasil speaks the truth in this regard: his support is timely, on-target, and helpful in every way. And not just with respect to activations and the like.

Bruce, I agree, the pro version is worth it just to support Vasil & Co.
Jan 31 2012 at 8:48pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Due to the overwhelming response VS Revo Group Ltd. has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 1 2012 at 12:00am Copy Link
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Garry Camps i am a gamer and often change hardware to play the latest games or programs, how would i be affected by the hardware fingerprinting ? would i need to buy a NEW license each time i changed my hardware in my pc ?.

it says in the policy section that only minor updates are free, what does minor mean ?. you also say that major updates are discounted only if you have the latest major version, does this mean that if i was to buy today, then i would need to pay the FULL price for the next major upgrade which as you stated is sometime next year ?. this would mean that your not even giving FREE updates for a year, which is the norm for most other software.

Gazzer
Feb 1 2012 at 2:14am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Garry, No of course you will not have to buy a new license on every hardware change, there is no problem to reset your activation when it is necessary to reactivate the software. And you will not have to contact us for a reset after every hardware change.
About the update policy, current major version is 2, so buying a license now you will be able to update the product for free until version 3.0 is released, that will be the next major version. Yes, our current plans are to release 3.0 before the end of that year, but if you buy a license for version 2.x you will be able to upgrade to 3.0 with a significant discount
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 1 2012 at 2:39am Copy Link
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Wally L I can see that the Pro version is currently at v2.57, but do you have any idea how long it will be before you upgrade to version 3.xx, is it already being planned or is it not even being discussed yet?

Are previous version owners offered an upgrade discount?
Feb 1 2012 at 7:38am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Walter

The vendor actually answered this question earlier. We're getting a ton of comments though, so here is a quote:

"Hi Steve, the new major version will be probably released in the end of the third quarter of 2012 - end of August or September. However registered existing user of Revo Uninstaller Pro will get a significant discount on the regular price of the new major version if they decide to update to the new version"
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 1 2012 at 7:40am Copy Link
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Michael R. I'm not so experienced with these uninstallations. Mostly either I want to keep a program or, if I installed it, to try it out, I'll jump back to a former created backup.

On the other side this seems to be an opportunity today...

Can I see with Revo all the system-changes like adding directories/files and registry-changes, which occured during the installation of a program (in a comfortably way)?

Is it possible when having installed a program under Revo's supervision (some time later) to create kind of a setup-program which would allow to install this program on another computer (e.g. if the original setup-file was no more found)?

If yes,
(a) Is it necessary that Revo is also installed on this other computer?
(b) Can this be done (with a certain percentage of success) when the original program was installed before Revo?

Is Revo 2.x still working (with a minor update) with the upcoming Win8?

Is this not (yet) available continuation-of-logging-after-reboot -feature planned for the next major release? Can you tell what (else) did you plan for the next release?

Thanks a lot...
Feb 1 2012 at 10:08am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Michael,
Yes, after the log is created using the "Custom Uninstall" command on the log you can review logged items as well as uninstall a single one or all of them
At the moment it is not possible to create such kind of a setup-program
We haven't made official compatibility tests with Windows 8 yet, we will deeply test and start working on the compatibility of Revo Uninstaller Pro with Win 8 after the official Beta is released, as far as I know later this month.

As there are still many months till the next major release I prefer not to reveal any of the significant improvements. Also the list of improvements is still updated
About the reboot handling, the technology that we are using at the moment limit us, but we haven't abandoned that feature as it is one of the main disadvantages of the product
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 1 2012 at 11:32am Copy Link
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Sputnik Today I was almost ready to buy Revo Uninstaller Pro but I suddenly realized that I have never tested the Pro version and that I was in fact only relying on the reputation of this software. I then said to myself : "Well, give it a try !".

After installation of Revo, I uninstalled a software which was never monitored by Revo and after the uninstallation with the regular uninstall.exe of the program I made an advanced scan for the remains and uninstalled all what was proposed which was clearly related to the uninstalled program.

I then opened Total Uninstall with which the initial installation of the just uninstalled program was monitored, just to look at the state of the log concerning the uninstalled program. There was full of entries (registry keys, files and folders) clearly related to the uninstalled program which was still there in the log but also in the registry and in the file system themselves : I scrupulously made all the necessary verifications in the registry and in the file system themselves.

First constatation : the alleged advanced algorythm of Revo for the after uninstallation scan still need to be perfectioned.

I then installed a program under the monitoring of both Total Uninstall and Revo (this thing is clearly possible without any negative interaction between the two uninstallers).

After the program was correctly installed, opened just one time and closed right away, I first completed the Revo's monitoring and after that the Total Uninstall's one.

Then I just checked the way Revo is working concerning the monitored programs. There is two basic ways to uninstall the monitored programs with Revo. First a regular uninstall process with which the user will not see anything about what is uninstalled : with this one, everything which was recorded by Revo is reverted back to its initial state. The second uninstall process is a custom one by which you will see all the changes done to the registry and to the file system, leaving you the choice to choose what will be reverted back to its initial state.

If you choose to uninstall a program without any interaction of your part, some changes not really related to the program will be reverted back to their initial state. If you want to revert back to their initial state only the changes really related to the program, you will have to proceed with the second way of uninstallation, which is the custom one.

Total Uninstall offers the two same ways to uninstall the monitored program but with a slightly different approach. The first big difference here is that with each monitored program, Total Uninstall will produce a log of all the changes which have been done in the computer. You may easily take a look at the produced log and clearly see all the changes which has occured during the installation of a program. If you want to uninstall a program without any interaction of your part you just have to uninstall the software straight ahead without consulting the log. If you want to verify by yourself what will be uninstalled by Total Uninstall, you just have to take a look at the log and remove from it the items you think are not related to the program and after that you proceed to the uninstallation of the program.

I prefer this way of proceeding because you may easily see all the changes which have occured in your computer by the installation of a program without initiating the uninstallation process, what you are obliged to do with Revo.

A second point is that you cannot change anything to the log of a monitored program with Revo but that you can with Total Uninstall.

This way of proceeding allows one to clear from the log what is really not related to a monitored program and this done, you have the option to create a backup of the monitored program which will allow you to reinstall the complete software with the only help of his backup : you don't need anymore the the regular setup.exe of the program to reinstall it if you wish.

With this short analysis, not all of which each of these uninstallators can do have been studied, but the most important points of the central uninstallation process have been.

I have tried to do the most objective analysis I was able of concerning these two excellent uninstallators, but my final choice still remains with Total Uninstall which, under these most central aspects, is clearly one or two notches over Revo.
Feb 1 2012 at 2:33pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Robert, thank you for trying Revo Uninstaller Pro and for posting your analysis.
Your first constatation is true and we are improving our algorithms with every new version and we also advise our users to monitor their new installation and to use the logs for the uninstall, as the uninstall with a properly monitored log is always better or in worst case equal to the results from the uninstall with analysis. The reasons are that the analysis depends on the information that we are able to get and work with searching for the program's data and the analysis should balance between safety and accuracy.
Otherwise among our past and current priorities that probably mostly differs us from our competitors is that we are trying to make Revo Uninstaller easy to work with, with clear and reasonable, not over crowded user interface.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 1 2012 at 3:34pm Copy Link
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bai bai The monitor feature is good. I have some ideas for you?

1. Can I call revo in the commanderline? i.e. revo -uninstall setup.exe.
So I can write a user command to setup everytime with monitor feature.

2. Can revo pro provide a "true" monior featue. I mean there is a agent in the tray. When files named with "install or setup" runs, the agent starts a dialog giving you a choice to monitor setup. Total Uninstaller has this feature. It make life easier.(I always forgot to use the monitor feature myself)

3. Make back and restore better. Revo pro has a basic backup feature. If develop can improve it, backup the installed program as a package which can restore in new system or new mechine. Revo will be greater than any other backup software (No backup software can backup installed program perfect today).

4. Background Analyzing. When uninstalling programs, it takes time to analyze the program. Why not analyze all installed programs in the idle time? (Such as defrag HDD program). It will save a lot of time.

5. Chinese Special Price. I am a Chinese and I found revo supports "Alipay Payment". But the price is high for Chinese people. The price in bitsdujour is ok, Why not a special price like this for china? If the price is nice, your software will be more popurlar.
Feb 1 2012 at 8:49pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi bai bai,
Thank you for your suggestions and requests

1. Yes, Revo Uninstaller Pro has command line support. You can download the help file of the product from the support section of our web site and in section 8 of the file you will see supported commands and how to use them.
2. At the moment there no such agent but we may implement such one in the future
3. Such backup feature is considered too for the future
4. We are also considering how to improve the speed of the our analyzing algorithms
5. Recently we started working better with resellers, so in the future we will increase our reseller network for China too.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 1 2012 at 9:52pm Copy Link
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marko ifebo Existe-t-il une version française de Revo Uninstaller Pro ?
Merci.
Is there a French version of Revo Uninstaller Pro ?
Thank you.
Aug 14 2012 at 12:59am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Yes, Revo Uninstaller Pro has a French language in the setup package. You can choose the language in the beginning of the installation or after you have installed it, to change the language to French , go to "Options - Current language" and select French from the language list and press "OK" to confirm.
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Oui, Revo Uninstaller Pro est une langue française dans le package d'installation. Vous pouvez choisir la langue dans le début de l'installation ou après que vous l'avez installé, pour changer la langue en français, allez dans "Options - Current language" et sélectionner le français dans la liste langue et appuyez sur "OK" pour confirmer.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Aug 14 2012 at 1:32am Copy Link
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Nino Saluzzo Will it possible in an upcoming release to introduce an exclusion list of all analyzed logs? In Custom Uninstall, I don't have the possibility to exclude some registry entries / files by default, but just manually.

Doing this each time, I think it penalizes the usability of the product.
Nov 6 2012 at 8:02am Copy Link
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Nino Saluzzo P:S: In my specific case, many tracked logs contain a list of firefox files that I can exclude only manually.
Nov 6 2012 at 8:02am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Nino,

Currently from the Options-Traced Programs you can exclude Registry entries - keys and values, and listed items there are excluded for all logs (they are shown in Red color in Custom Uninstall and won't be deleted).
Otherwise for your specific case with Firefox, you may try to add the main executable file of Firefox (or if that files are added to the log because of the start of another program if you know which is that program you may add its exe file) to the "Exclude Processes" list - from Options-Traced Programs - Processes Tabs
Also yes we are considering to add such Exclude list of files in the future that to be ignored on every uninstall
We will be grateful if you contact us on our support email with more info which are these Firefox file and report to us one or more names of programs that you have traced and their logs consist of that wrong files, to try to reproduce the problem and investigate, as we may be able to offer you a workaround now.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 6 2012 at 8:39am Copy Link
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Phil Tobin BDJ might like to update this offer seeing as it's very much out of date.

The developer has been offering 50% off, not 30% off, for some time now, which means that Revo Uninstaller PRO is available for just $19.62 from the developer's website.
Dec 10 2012 at 1:32am Copy Link
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Matei M. Offer is valid for new version 3.0?
or only for version 2.5.9?
Update is free for higher versions?
Feb 8 2013 at 2:05am Copy Link
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ANTHONY PRESTON Okay I have ver 2 Pro and I am trying to save some money. Can I move the old version to a second PC, And then purchase this special offer and run on my main PC. I am very happy with the older version but it would be nice to upgrade. I realize I can upgrade my existing license but then I will have only one license.
May 10 2013 at 6:30am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Anthony, yes, of course you can transfer your current version 2 to another PC. Just contact our support team with your purchase data ,in order to update your account to be able to activate on the second PC
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 10 2013 at 7:21am Copy Link
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Raimondas Antanavicius Hello. How long purchased license will be valid? Is it permament?
May 11 2013 at 2:41am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hello, purchase of a License includes free updates of the program, till the next major version like 4.0. Major versions includes major improvements and new features. Depending on the features you can decide to upgrade by purchasing an upgrade license (significant discount will be applied) or to continue using the major version you have purchased a license for as long as you want.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 11 2013 at 9:31am Copy Link
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Danny Which I have for several years already, since I have a lot of fun! This is simply the best of the best of its kind!!!
May 13 2013 at 12:24am Copy Link
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HuangYe WuDeng I 'v bought this software for $19.5 .And in CNY ,it's 120?,it's not cheap.But ,it was worth buying.
This is almost the best uninstaller software I've ever used.
May 13 2013 at 12:31am Copy Link
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don cartagena Absolutely love this could not live without it!
May 13 2013 at 12:37am Copy Link
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garrett james I crashed my old drive with the version I bought back 12/10/11. I still have the serial number but can not find that older version to download. Do you have a link. I have other uninstallers as part of other suites but I must say, that Revo is definitely better and faster
May 13 2013 at 12:43am Copy Link
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Quill Pen EVERY software developer "should" as a matter of course provide an uninstaller that completely erases all trace of their software. Sadly, most don't bother and even software with an uninstall.exe usually fail to remove all footprints and detritus.
Microsoft "should" have an Add/Remove process that removes all traces of software, but then when has Microsoft ever done the right thing?
So, here's an unqualified thumbs up... Revo's been king of the hill for as long as I can remember. How I wish I could afford this Pro version at such a ridiculously low price, but in this economy I've zero discretionary income. sigh I am grateful for Revo's generous free version.
Only complaint I've ever heard comes from new users who don't read instructions and don't understand file structure. "Drill down the path" should come second nature but they click everything checked which can inadvertently trash other programs as effectively as an unsupervised registry cleaner.
May 13 2013 at 12:55am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Garrett, yes there is a link to the latest 2.x version that is 2.5.9 on our web site - on the download page at the bottom. Here it is :
http://www.revouninstalle...ion259.php

@ HuangYe, thank you for your feedback, we continue to improve Revo Uninstaller Pro, so such one or similar feature may be added in the future.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 13 2013 at 12:55am Copy Link
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Cary Adams Great software. Must have.

Started with v2, now have 2 licenses for v3.

Learn to log all your installations. Be sure not to run anything else during an installation or else it may be recorded as something to be uninstalled later.

The ability to edit install logs is awesome. Finally don't count on the "canned" install logs offered by Revo. They are very limited and it's likely you will never use them.

The privacy/cleaner features are OK, but you're more likely to use Ccleaner. You won't find a better deal than this one.
May 13 2013 at 5:46am Copy Link
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ron r I read the 'extended features' page, am I correct that this tool can also analyze the installation process of an application and then backup the application for future "reinstall"?

And if this is possible, can it be done on file and registry level? And can there be choice between them? What I mean with this is: only scan and backup registry changes OR file changes during installation?
May 13 2013 at 6:23am Copy Link
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Joyce Dias What if i have already uninstalled a program previously, will Revo be able to identify any footprint files associated with a program that has been uninstalled and clean it up?
May 13 2013 at 6:31am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Ron r, Revo Uninstaller Pro can trace installations, but there is no feature that makes backup of the installed programs based on the information in the log, so the backup feature you are asking is not implemented yet.

@ Joyce Dias, Not sure that I completely understood you, but if you are asking about files with specific files extension created and used by a specific program that you have already uninstalled, then probably you should use the Junk File Cleaner (JFC) tool of Revo Uninstaller Pro and add that file extension to the list of extensions (located in the Options) JFC scans for. Otherwise if you want to search for and remove leftovers of the uninstalled program than you can try the Forced Uninstall feature.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 13 2013 at 6:59am Copy Link
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Joyce Dias Thank you Vasil. I had installed proprietary software that came with a Kodak camera and then edited the video with Sony Vegas. The camera broke and I uninstalled tehir software. However I am unable to delete associated video that is on my computer because everytime I attempt to delete it , it says the file is being used by another program. I am assuming tehre is junk associated with it. Will te junk fil e cleaner determine if those files are still there and can it remove it, allowing me to delete the video files?
May 13 2013 at 7:38am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Thank you for the details Joyce, indeed the JFC may find and delete some leftover temporary or unnecessary files related to the software you had, but I am not 100% sure that this will help you to delete that video file. For such message " it says the file is being used by another program" you may try to use another program - Unlocker (it is free). It should be able to detect the program that is using that video file and help you to "detach" it and then delete is successfully.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 13 2013 at 8:49am Copy Link
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T Raynor And this is for version3?
May 13 2013 at 12:08pm Copy Link
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Mappi75 Thanks for the offer bought

3 license because it was cheaper than buying 2 license ;)
May 13 2013 at 12:44pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi T Raynor, yes current promo offer is for current version 3 of Revo Uninstaller Pro
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 13 2013 at 12:48pm Copy Link
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Techtoysavvy bought 4 since it was slightly cheaper than upgrading.
bought 4 v2 in Jan 2012. I expect I can use those on my other machines. I will use v3 on my main machines.
May 13 2013 at 1:08pm Copy Link
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Gareth Crispell Please send registration key
May 13 2013 at 1:27pm Copy Link
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Faisal Humayun I must admit that with the new features in version 3 (particularly 64 bit support) put Revo right up there now, as one of the the best serving this genre, and at this price point, inexcusable to not get.
These are the kinds of gems which keeps bringing me back to BDJ.
May 13 2013 at 4:31pm Copy Link
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Tom Colvin I just installed Revo Uninstaller, asking for a desktop icon. While the program was installed and properly registered, the only icon on my desktop is for Revo UnInstall 1.94. Can I safely remove 1.94 from my system, without compromising the new Pro 3.0.5 version? I notice that 3.0.5 shows the new program under the new programs list, and then Revo reappears in the older programs available for uninstall.
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DroidLuvr @everyone: IMHO this is one of the absolute best programs out there!! I'm not taking advantage of the offer today, but only because I paid full price to cover every single one of my computers already!

I have used the free version of this (which is still available, but if you can afford it, the paid version is SOOOO worth it) for so many years I can't count, and upgraded to the paid version almost immediately after it came out. I have upgraded every version since then, and it is one of the very first programs I install if I build a new machine.

I don't know of any other product out there that can even come close to the pro version of Revo ;-) -- for those of us that are regulars here, it is a MUST HAVE as we all install way too much software that doesn't get thoroughly cleaned out with a regular uninstall!!! he he he

Just my 2 cents for today -- and no, I have absolutely no affiliation with Revo other than having been a very happy customer for a couple of decades or so now...
May 13 2013 at 7:46pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Gareth, your purchase is confirmed, so you should have received the license data automatically, so check your spam/junk folder. Just in case we will resend it again.

@ Tom Colvin, Yes, you can remove Revo Uninstaller Freeware 1.94 and there will not be any problem with the Pro version. Both versions Freeware and Pro are completely independent so removing one of them doesn't affect the other.

@ DroidLuvr, thank you for your feedback and support on our product and for the additional advice helping on Joyce Dias
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 13 2013 at 9:49pm Copy Link
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VLM I started in v2 and upgraded to v3. V2 is great, v3 even better, I have no earthly idea what would replace this tool. I find is essential.
May 14 2013 at 1:23am Copy Link
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Chris Just to let people know, I purchased this yesterday and today when I ran it there was an update for it already. Now that is what I call a great developer, offer their software at a discount and update it the next day.
May 14 2013 at 1:24am Copy Link
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Terry Lee So good uninstaller (Pro) You can get also free version from authors
homesite! ;-)
May 14 2013 at 2:16am Copy Link
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Alan I have one laptop, but I have 11 VM's on that laptop that I use for testing, etc. I am a software developer, but I'm the only person using the laptop.
Would this qualify as one computer??
May 14 2013 at 6:18am Copy Link
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Peter Thompson Great program. I'm not someone who buys a lot of programs but this is one of those programs that's well worth the cheap price. I use CCleaner usually and it has an uninstaller and a separate registry key remover but the two don't work in unison like this program and I've came across programs that are hard to remove before.
May 14 2013 at 7:07am Copy Link
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Rich OBrien I've been using Revo Uninstaller Pro for years, use it exclusively for uninstalling all software and highly recommend Revo. You can't appreciate how important this software is for doing a clean uninstall until you run it and encounter a program that uninstalls but leaves 600 files behind along with countless entries in the Windows Registry. Revo Uninstaller Pro finds and cleans up these messes. I'm sure it was Bits Du Jour that brought Revo to my attention years ago and I am so ever thankful.
May 14 2013 at 7:10am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Alan Sawyer, yes it counts for one computer and you need a license for one computer. But to be able to register the product on that virtual machines you will have to contact our support team to update your account with the number of virtual machines you want to use the program, as for our activation/registration algorithm virtual machines are other computers. Also Revo Uninstaller Pro is 30 days fully functional trial, so if you reset your virtual machines very often you can use the trial period.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 14 2013 at 7:50am Copy Link
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Alan Vasil,
Thanks and purchase has been made.
May 14 2013 at 8:27am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Alan, thank you for your purchase, your account is updated, so you shouldn't have problems to register the product on the virtual machines
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 14 2013 at 8:59am Copy Link
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Alan Thanks
Haven't even installed the software yet and I'm impressed.
May 14 2013 at 9:01am Copy Link
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nylg Joyce
Some files on a system do 'lock-up' sometimes and so cannot be deleted. If it is a simple job then maybe a utility such as Unlocker will allow you to delete your video(s) when this is impossible to do while in Windows Explorer (your file manager). By the way Unlocker will also allow you to detach a USB memory stick if the system says the stick is still in use. Saves ripping it out and then maybe corrupting the stick and losing all your data.

If the problem is tougher then you could try MoveOnBoot (it is free). This will delete a file as your machine boots up. Yet another way to get rid of a problem file.

I was going to write this a couple of days ago but thought it best to let the developer of Revo answer such questions. I also thought it not wise to give suggestions because this forum is not about providing general help but more for the developer to say what his software can do. I have no connection with Unlocker or MoveOn Boot. I have used them and they are very good tools.
May 14 2013 at 4:58pm Copy Link
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gail f Love my Revo Pro, I have version 2 so upgrading is a little cheaper, glad this offer made me aware to go do that.

My one wish for future development would be to add serial numbers/registration codes as a column that we could really use when we use the export to Excel function. That is the hardest part of getting a new system is trying to find all the installation serials for programs! Having iright with the program name would be a huge plus. Right now Belarc will do it but the ir report is somewhat limited in the software it includes.

thanks!
May 14 2013 at 6:27pm Copy Link
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Vivaldi Bought and installed. Opened the program. What a nice surprise! The UI is wonderful to look at! This is what Microsoft should have done with add/remove but never did. I haven't had occasion to use the software yet, but based on all the comments here, I'm fully expecting it to become a program I get to know well. (And registration was one of the fastest and easiest I've ever done.)
May 14 2013 at 9:27pm Copy Link
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Lwarom Yes I agree about the discounted price of $ 15 reported to my discount to $ 19 for Your Uninstaller 7! Is just the Licensing deal which is pretty tight to Machine ID-activation is required with a hardware footprint, and 1 installation per footprint? In comparison, Your Uninstaller 7 even using a/PC license it is not going that far with the rules. Again, is every one's option though. BTW, I am not in any way shape or form connected to ursoftware.com the Author of Your Uninstaller 7, is just a personal opinion.
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Terry Lee I think about that, the best uninstaller ever is PerfectUnintaller!
It uninstal almost anythin from your computer if you want to do that!
It also to remove all traces from the unistalled program after that when uninstalled program self has been removed first!
May 15 2013 at 12:57am Copy Link
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Mappi75 @Your Uninstaller 7

website is extremly slow, klick "buy button" nothing happend!
Don't know its not really trustworthy ?

@PerfectUnintaller

At download.com the reviews are a real warning!
May 15 2013 at 4:24am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Lwarom, thank you for your feedback. Yes, Revo Uninstaller Pro uses a Machine ID-activation and there is no portable version or other version with that can offer registration/activation scheme
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 15 2013 at 4:49am Copy Link
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Cary Adams Hey Procrastinators... Don't wait any longer. Hit that "Buy Now" button for one of the best software values you'll be proud to own. There is none better.

I misspoke earlier when I said I had 2 licenses,... actually I have 3!

In addition to "normal" uninstalls I use RIP frequently to monitor test installs where sandboxing falls short.

One feature I'd like to see added is the option to backup the registry when doing logged uninstalls (RIP does this for unlogged uninstalls).
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VLM Cary Adams - I believe you mean "RUP", not "RIP". :):)

Terry Lee - If you mean PerfectUninstaller at perfectuninstaller.com, it gets a DISASTROUS rating on Web of Trust. Based upon that, I wouldn't touch it with a ten-foot pole.

Revo Uninstaller has been around for years. The developer is consistent, the software well-conceived and extremely stable and reliable, the user interface as close to perfect as I suppose it can be, and the support superb. By "superb", I don't just mean timely and accurate. I mean, for example, that the developer has sometimes whipped up a customized configuration file or the just to make Revo work with this or that other tool that was not properly implemented in some respect. (Think Windoze Explorer. :)

The developer does NOT whip out a new, useless version each year; major upgrades really are major upgrades, and there have been only two of these in the history of this product. VERY fair, VERY reasonable.

As others have commented, IMO there simply is no better tool for this job, and again IMO, given the silliness of Microsoft's Add/Remove Programs "tool", this one is a "must have".

For those who already have a license, the current upgrade price is a bit better than this BDJ price. But for those buying for the first time, this is a great opportunity.
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Alexander Deliyannis Vasil, I've read more than enough recommendations to convince me that the program is worth registering, but I have a very practical issue: my main PC is a notebook which I use either as stand-alone or hooked up to a big monitor thanks to this http://www.fujitsu.com/ft...prR07.html

I've had serious problems with Machine-ID activation procedures before, because each time I connect or disconnect the port replicator, the software thinks I have installed it in a new machine. Do you expect the same to happen with Revo?

I guess I could arrange it so that I only use the program in one of the two modes (connected or disconnected) since it's not as if I would need it on a daily basis. But if there's a more convenient solution I'd like to hear about it.
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Alexander, I think you should not have problem with that USB-Port Replicator, but just in case it is better to register the program when that device is no connected and the I think you should be able to use it without problems connected or not.
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Alexander Deliyannis Vasil, thanks; I purchased the software and will register it as you suggest.
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Terry Lee Hi VLM :)

I've RevoU_Pro, yourUnist.Pro and PerfectUnist. in my machine!

Still I trust PerfectUninstaller coz in my mind it's a Best of all those!

Please and tell me What's wrong with that? I mean in PerfectUninstal!

Do you have your own experience about that?

Maybe it's too Strong!

So, not any bad for you :)
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VLM Terry Lee - Hi! I only reported on the WoT (Web of Trust) rating for Perfect Uninstaller. I have not used the program. I am very happy with Revo, and I am very happy to hear that you are very happy with Perfect Uninstaller.

Isn't a free and open marketplace wonderful!
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Christhiaan Greco Great software and great support team. I do recommend it.
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DrTeeth I just cannot purchase a program with such restrictive DRM.

Of the programs I have with a PC limitation, the lowest is 3 and the highest is 5. They allow for multiple installs on the same PC too. That os fair to both users and vendors IMHO.
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J.C. If there was a Technician version that i could run i would instantly buy it, but not having a Portable version (for whatever reason) is a no go for me.

I understand your concern about illegal versions being distributed for a portable version but a version that i cannot use on multiple pc`s is just not going to be useful for me.
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Software Seeker Any chance to get 60% off of major version updates?
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Software Seeker, I am not sure I understood your question, because licensed users of 2.x can buy an upgrade to version 3 with discount bigger than 60% of the regular license price, as the new users of 3.x will be able to upgrade to the next major version with at least 50% discount of the regular price.
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PL Dang, I have this, if I didn't I would buy it instantly, one of the best investments I've made in software.
Thank you for this great uninstaller, and keep up the good work.
Signed.
A very pleased customer.
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Bo Grimes Same here Palle. After reading my daily email notification, I only came to the site today to review it. It think it is the single best purchase I ever made at Bits. I would highly recommend it, and if a reader decides to purchase it, I would point you to the "Install with Revo" feature, so that each time you install new software Revo will track everything making it easier to uninstall.
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J.C. Hi,

When will a Portable version be released for all versions? As Computer Technician this is a must.

I`ll buy instantly if a Portable Version is released.

If its not possible to be used portable i will probably never buy it.

Regards
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Tihomir Hinchev @Palle Anker Larsen, @Bo Grimes Thank you for your support, we are doing our best to keep you and our other customers to think this way for Revo Uninstaller

@ J.C. Hi, Yes, currently only the free version has a portable version, we are considering a portable version of the Pro version too.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 10 2014 at 4:01am Copy Link
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Dennis McKay I already have multiple licenses for this software but at this price will buy one more for the new laptop I just bought.
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Cary Adams Many imitators, some free, but none comes close with the peace of mind Revo brings. If your don't have this, get it. This is a great price.
Full disclosure... I have 3 licenses.
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CodeDog Great piece of software, and would love to get it. But, with two desktops on a KVM switch and a laptop, I'm afraid I have to go with software that licenses per user and not per computer.

Good deal today, though...
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Bud Gallagher I agree with CodeDog, great software but I too have multiple computers and only buy software licensed per user and not per computer
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Scot Gerardi Hi J.C,

I am a tech just like you. The pro version will work on a usb flash drive. I just installed it and tested it and it works fine. I ran the install routine and directed it to install on a usb flash. I ran it from there and it worked fine. I am going to buy a couple more licenses for my usb flash drive and my Surface Pro.
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Scot Gerardi, it is not a problem to install Revo Uninstaller Pro on an USB flash drive, but the license information is coded to your machine, so connected the USB drive to another computer and Revo Uninstaller Pro will not run. I am sorry that at the moment we can't offer you a Revo Uninstaller Pro version that is suitable for such usage.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 10 2014 at 12:02pm Copy Link
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Gde Swart Revo Uninstaller is an absolute necessity IMO. Its one of the first 5 programs I install on a Windows PC. I used to think uninstall meant uninstall, but the majority of programs leave so much junk behind after being "uninstalled" its really unbelievable. The major software companies are probably the worst offenders too.
While the free version provides a valuable service, the Pro version is worth every penny since it adds some very nice features. The "Install with Revo Uninstaller" right-click tool is amazing as uninstalling a "Traced Program" results in almost instantaneous removal. If you like to evaluate software (and you probably do if you're on BDJ) you really want this program.
Feb 10 2014 at 12:21pm Copy Link
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Bo Grimes Another feature I love. The logs database.

"'Logs Database' module of Revo Uninstaller Pro shows a list of logs of traced programs that is compatible with your Windows system. These logs stored on our web site are maintained by Revo Uninstaller Pro's team. You can easily use (with one click on the button "Uninstall") these logs to uninstall programs installed on your computer."

I am very diligent about what gets installed, especially from somewhere like CNET, but a a few weeks ago the nasty My PC Backup slipped past me. The "built-in" uninstaller of course didn't work. But the logs database took it right off.
Feb 10 2014 at 12:30pm Copy Link
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Roger McIntosh Maybe someone here can help me out.
I paid full price for the Uninstaller, but could not relicense after my system crashed and I had to reinstall Windows. None of my emails received a reply.
Thanks.
Feb 10 2014 at 12:42pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Roger McIntosh, I see tht you have sent us two emails with rupaf file for online activation, I am not sure why you haven't received our reply, maybe by some reason our reply had been blocked by your mail server. As your license had been reset after you wrote to us, could you please try to activate online again and if not possible, contact us again on our support or registration mail with your rupaf file for offline activation. This time except from our mailboxes we will write you from a common web based mail service to avoid any problem with your mail server. Basically we reply in less that 24 hours for any query and registration queries are treated with priority, so usually the response time is much faster, so I want to encourage everyone - if you do not receive a reply from us in 24 hours, please contact us again and mentioned that you did not get a reply to try to contact you from different mail provider
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 10 2014 at 10:46pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! VS Revo Group Ltd. has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 11 2014 at 12:11am Copy Link
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singularity The best uninstalling experience I have ever had. Always had been safe and super clean.. Great Deal..
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Software Babe I was going to purchase this software yesterday, but when I got to the checkout, they ADDED SALES TAX and I am not even in the state they were selling it from.
I was incensed.

I PAY ENOUGH TAX ON ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING, BUT SOFTWARE? AND, AS A DOWNLOAD? REALLY?

YOU LOST A CUSTOMER!
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Roger McIntosh OK, Vasil, I was finally (after many months) able to relicense.
I did look carefully through email spam and did not see emails (and tried many times to reapply license). But it's working now.
Apparently the licensing of this product is ultra strict, because the only thing that changed was one hard drive (due to a failure) and this required manual intervention by Revo to free up the paid license.

Thanks.
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John H This is a no go because of the single computer license. I have 4 computers in my house I have to maintain. Even Microsoft acknowledges the reality that most homes have more than one computer. A dual desktop and laptop license is the reality for most people and would be breakl.
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PL They do? AFAIK you have to buy a windows license for every machine you own, you can't use the same windows license on more computers.
With the nice price today you can get two license for less than the normal price for one, and four license for less than two at normal price. it's a bargain, and you won't regret it.
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CodeDog @Palle,

You're right about it being a good price today for the software, and at that price buying multiple licenses wouldn't be a huge deal.

But, for people like me who own and use a lot of software, it's not just the purchase price. The devil is in the update costs. I don't mind companies charging for updates, not a problem. However, when you use 3-4 computers that means every time a paid update comes out you're paying for 3-4 license updates. That adds up.

I'm not sure what John H. was referring to, but I do know that these days most companies acknowledge that many home users have multiple computers, and allow for that in their licensing. Not for an OS, naturally, but for most other things. My office suite, video editors, audio editors, graphics software, and most of my utilities are all licensed that way.

I don't even mind paying a couple dollars more for a 'home' license for a program as long as I don't have to keep paying multiple upgrade fees...
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dagmar fields If I buy this now, will Revo 4.0 release soon or something? I want to be able to get updates for this for a while.
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Nico Westerdale Great News! VS Revo Group Ltd. has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
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Tihomir Hinchev @Software Babe - Hi, I am not aware of any additional taxes applied by our e-commerce provider. The price includes VAT for the countries that pay it. Other differences in the price may be if you buy in a specific currency because of the exchange rates. Otherwise if there is other tax it must be specific to your location and is not set by us.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 12 2014 at 12:22am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @ John H - Hi, If I understood your comment right, I think it is more a marketing approach how you named the license packages. For me what is important is the price per computer. A license for 4 computers here and now costs $31.40. On our web site we sell 1,3,5 computers licenses, but we may rename them to single computer license(for 1 computer), small family license( for 3) and big family license(for 5). If the license package is limited to computers number there is no difference. Another approach is if the license allows you to install the software on unlimited number of computes in your house or office
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 12 2014 at 12:24am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @dagmar fields. We are not planning to release version 4.0 in the next 12 months
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 12 2014 at 12:24am Copy Link
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EdSaid How many computers is this license for? Vasil wrote, "A license for 4 computers here and now costs $31.40." That would imply that the single purchase of $15.70 is for two computers. Is this correct?
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi EdSaid, no, $15.70 is the price for single computer license, but for 3 or more computers license we apply additional 50% discount and the price for 3 computers is $23.54, which make it $7.85 per license for 3 or more computers.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 12 2014 at 1:58am Copy Link
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Software Babe @Vasil:
I was paying thru PayPal. Here is a copy/paste of the pay screen.
ARE YOU SAYING THAT CLEVERBRIDGE IS LOCATED IN MY STATE AND THEREFORE, I MUST PAY TAX? I LOOKED IT UP AND THEIR OFFICES ARE IN Chicago, Illinois, 60654. So, does Illinois force outside residents pay taxes?

Your shopping cart
Product name: Revo Uninstaller Pro
Remove unwanted programs and traces easily
Delivery: electronic

Unit price $39.25
Qty. 1
Price $15.70
Subtotal: $15.70
Sales tax: $1.06
Total: $16.76

Sorry, I would have purchased it.
Feb 12 2014 at 7:53am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Software Babe, thank you for your feedback on the issue. As I mentioned I am not aware of similar problem, but I will contact cleverbridge and ask them if they know the reason for such tax. Maybe it is related to PayPal, if I get a reasonable answer I will post it here
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 12 2014 at 8:41am Copy Link
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John H @Vasil Georgiev. "For me what is important is the price per computer."

The management of the license scheme turns a simple utility into another software management project to put on the maintenance list. It is not just about the money. I keep a long term view of managing my computer system.

What is important to me is the utility I get for the price I pay. I would probably use this maybe twice a year during maintenance periods. I am rather focused on what I do with my machines. I only have 3 apps on my Android phone. Since I have redundant computers and backups, I do not need to invest in expensive software to rescue a single critical computer.

I have an old Vista laptop to try out questionable software. I never had a problem with it.

Zoner Photo Studio and my CAD program are the only two single computer licenses I own. I have multiple CAD licenses because my life revolves around Computer Aided Design. The most excellent Zoner Photo Studio is only on one computer and I can live with that.

Your software has an excellent reputation even outside BDJ!
Feb 12 2014 at 10:54am Copy Link
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Watcher1924 Hi. Thanks for the offer. I have been using the freeware editions (portable and installed) for a long time. Is there a problem if we use both of them on the same computer? Since a long time ago it started showing the same date for many programs (more than 100 for each of the two dates I have noticed until now). It's not about system components or something but for programs that I have - in most of the cases - installed one by one.

Also, is it supposed to be closed by pressing the "X" button (because when I do that it makes the CPU work intensively for few minutes (NOT cool), so I was wondering if we are supposed to close it in another way)?

Note: I have turned the icons off.
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Tihomir Hinchev @Software Babe - Hi, this is the quoted answer from the support person at cleverbridge - "Customers should only be charged tax in California for physical products. I tried to place a test order and couldn't replicate the tax issue. Could you ask the customer to send a screenshot of the shopping cart, or a reference number that he generates so we can look into this " So if you want to help us in the investigation of the issue, I will be grateful if you send us a screenshot or the reference number at our support mails.

@Watcher1924 - Hi, I don't think there is a problem to use the portable and installed version on one and the same computer ,they should not interfere, as the portable one keeps its settings in its folder. As for the dates it depends on do you see a recent date or not, as the program reads the dates from the Registry and if some other program modifies the uninstall keys of the programs the dates at Revo Uninstaller will be changed. It will be better to send us a screenshot or continue the investigation of the problem with our support team by emails. Also yes the program is supposed to close pressing the "X" button, and we have not been notified about such problem until now
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Feb 12 2014 at 11:17pm Copy Link
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Danny User Is this a lifetime licence?
Nov 26 2014 at 7:24am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi, purchase of a License includes free lifetime technical support and free updates, till the next major version.. So you do not have to pay for minor updates (3.x updates) and you can use purchased version as long as you want.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 26 2014 at 8:04am Copy Link
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Jon Spain I bought a double license in May 2013 and it paid for itself. As I'm not at home, would that have been version 2, please?

Jon
Nov 27 2014 at 12:30am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Jon, you have bought two licenses for the current version 3.x. We released it February 2013.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 27 2014 at 12:56am Copy Link
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jaco kotze Very, very good app. Imho the best in its class.A must have app for all PC users. Firstly I used the free version, but changed to Pro version long ago. Please keep-up the good work. Jakes
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singularity I agree with Jaco kotze. An absolutely essential tool for every PC for complete and safe uninstall of any software. The logs, monitored install and advanced uninstall are all great features. Using it for many years now. And great deal.
Nov 27 2014 at 2:55am Copy Link
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Mike McCabe Great price for one of the best software products on the market.
Nov 27 2014 at 3:06am Copy Link
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John Hood I have 3.1.1 (paid) - Is this the latest and do I not need to pay for this deal?
Nov 27 2014 at 5:58am Copy Link
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User1 Hi Vasil,
1. For when do you project the "next major version"?
I'm considering a 3 to 5 machine license, but want to make sure it's going to be worthwhile.

2. When the major version arrives, will this one continue to function, only without technical support?

Thanks.
Nov 27 2014 at 6:07am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @ John Hood - Yes, 3.1.1 is the latest version and current deal is for the same version

@User1 - Hi, We do not have a scheduled date for the release of the next version, but we are not planning it in the next one year, more probably in the next year and a half. When the next major version is released, the previous one continue to function and our support team continue to provide free technical support on all previous versions of Revo Uninstaller Pro
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 27 2014 at 6:22am Copy Link
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VLM One more strong vote for Revo Uninstaller. Great software, beyond great support ... the Revo team has even provided code snippets to work around shortcomings in software from other companies. At this price, a no-brainer.

One comment: The Fine Print states: "Online license activation is required with a hardware footprint, and 1 installation per footprint." This is simply not true. The Revo team will allow you to reinstall your software as needed, whether on the same or a different machine. They are excellent .... and very timely ... in every respect.
Nov 27 2014 at 7:34am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi VLM, thank you for your feedback. We highly appreciate it.
About the pricing. Yes the price for one license is $9.95 and for two more licenses it is $6.99 per license - kind of additional volume discount for two or more licenses
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 27 2014 at 7:47am Copy Link
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Peggy Robinson Hmm! Gee I purchased and it doesn't allow me to activate my licenses.
Instead it want me to pay even more money. $39.99.
I guess I threw my $9.95 away
Nov 27 2014 at 7:49am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Peggy, you shouldn't have any problems to register your copy of Revo Uninstaller Pro with the serial number you have received. Just be sure you copy and paste the serial number, as it is case sensitive and includes small and capital letters and enter any user name you want as registration name in the activation form. Then press "Activate Online" button and if their is any problem for example your firewall is blocking Revo Uninstaller Pro you will be notified about this, so try again letting Revo Uninstaller Pro to connect the Internet or use Offline activation option. If you still have problems please contact our support team at support (at) revouninstaller.com and they will assist you as soon as possible, just report what message or error you see. Also if necessary download and install the program again from our web site
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 27 2014 at 8:09am Copy Link
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Peggy Robinson The button is not clickable
Nov 27 2014 at 8:16am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Peggy, most common reason for that is if you have missed to enter user name in the activation form, or if you have missed to copy-paste the whole serial number as provided, as even if it is one symbol shorter the Activation button will be disabled as the serial number is not complete
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 27 2014 at 8:32am Copy Link
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Larry Lambert Hi Vasil, I don't want to install right now. Can I purchase a 2 PC licence now to get the deal? Then after you have emailed the installation key would I be able to download and install the software to the two computers of my choice at a later time?
Nov 27 2014 at 10:57am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Larry, Yes you can use the provided serial number to active any 3.x version of Revo Uninstaller Pro now and later. You can download it from our site or from BitsDujour, which also offer a download link.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 27 2014 at 11:15am Copy Link
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Larry Lambert Thank you Vasil. I'll do it now and download and install in the Holidays next month.
Nov 27 2014 at 11:46am Copy Link
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Jym Ferril "Transfer of a license to another owned computer is allowed." For future reference, what is the procedure for doing so?
Nov 27 2014 at 12:46pm Copy Link
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Gerard Rowan Hi Vasil

Long time happy user. Have just purchased a 3 license offer. Can I change the intended user as this will be a Christmas gift??????. Instructions please if possible.
Nov 27 2014 at 12:50pm Copy Link
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VLM Peggy - If you still have problems activating the program, make sure that when you copy the S/N, you are not picking up any leading or trailing spaces. :)

Vasil Georgiev - I'm not quite clear about your pricing comment, but I don't think it's important. My point is that the second license costs only $4, the rest $7 each. I guess you want to make it easy for people to buy two!!!
Nov 27 2014 at 2:57pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Jym Ferril, yes, if you change your computer or just want to move Revo Uninstaller Pro to another computer you can do that. You have to contact us by email with request to reset your activation or just mentioning that you are changing your computer. Our support team will assist in in few minutes up to a few hours. Such emails are treated with priority
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 27 2014 at 11:11pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Gerard Rowan, yes you have just to contact our support team (support at revouninstaller.com) provide us his name and email to update the data of the order related to that serial number. We need that data to provide a proper support after that, mainly if the user lost his serial number. So contact our support team and explain that your order is a gift and provide a new data to update
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 27 2014 at 11:19pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! VS Revo Group Ltd. has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 28 2014 at 12:11am Copy Link
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James Evans Is it necessary for Revo Uninstaller Pro to monitor/log the original install of software for it to do a better job than Windows install/uninstaller?

I, like many others, already have a lot of software installed on machines and am wondering if purchasing Revo Uninstaller now can improve the removal of software previously installed by Windows and without Revo being on the machine.
Nov 28 2014 at 6:44am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi James, No, when you uninstall a program with Revo Uninstaller Pro it first starts the built-in uninstaller of the program (which is started by "Programs and Features" applet too when you uninstall programs from there) and then starts scanning for leftover Registry items, files and folders and most cases it will found tens or thousands of leftovers. The setup is fully functional trial so you can install the program and make few uninstalls and then see the results and take advantage of the promo here or skip it if you are not satisfied.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 28 2014 at 7:08am Copy Link
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nylg Does the purchase of a licence(s) include both, say a download of the install pro version, and say the portable version? Or could you purchase say one licence for the install version and say one licence for the portable version?

Does the portable pro version have the full feaure set, and more importantly. the functionality to do a 'full clean'/uninstall etc as does the Pro install version?

Regarding install Pro vs Poartable Pro is it the case that you have decide at the time of purchase exactly which one you want? For instance, if in the future you wanted to use your licence key to maybe be able to swap i,e, to use say the Portable version of vice-a-versa, then is this type of thing easily allowable?

I hope I have not complicated things too much by asking such a lot of maybe quite searching type questions. I merely ask because some software developers sometimes have all sorts of variations when they offer both an install version and also a portable version. Ihope also that I am not the only person wondering about this on this forum.

Many thanks for your advice on this
Nov 28 2014 at 7:18am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi nylg, The promo here is only for the setup (install) version and buying a license from here you get a serial number only for the setup\install version. The same is valid if you purchase from our web site - we sell portable and setup version separately and you get different serial number for any of them and you can't use one of them to activate the other version.

Setup version and portable version are absolutely the same as functionality and user interface, but the portable version doesn't have a trial period and we advise the users to install the setup version and test it 30 days for free if they ask for testing time. Except the lack of trial period the other difference is activation algorithm, but that is not important for the user I mentioned it as of course the license of the portable version allows the program to be used on unlimited number of computers and the licensing is per user not per computer as of the setup version.

Indeed we do not offer a pack of both setup and portable version, because we assume that if someone own the portable version he will not need the setup version, based on the fact that they are the same as functionality and the portable version can be placed on the hard drive of a given computer and used as a regular installed program.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 28 2014 at 7:49am Copy Link
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Peggy Robinson I have it fixed. Thanks
Nov 28 2014 at 8:14am Copy Link
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wyndham wales I bought a license and want to delete the copy I have and install a fresh version. Can Revo save uninstall info to a file so that after a new reinstall of Revo, I can copy the file back into the program and have all my installed programs listed, and can be uninstalled by Revo without problem?
Nov 28 2014 at 8:28am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi wyndham wales, my advice is just to install the new version over the existing one, without uninstall of the version of Revo Uninstaller Pro you have. No matter if your old version is 2.x or 3.x making a new install over the existing version will keep all your data and settings of the program and update the program properly.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 28 2014 at 8:41am Copy Link
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Gerard Rowan Thanks Vasil, Will follow your instructions.
Nov 28 2014 at 11:32am Copy Link
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Eugeniusz Giedz I was wondering whether to buy one license for 9.95 or 2 for 13.98. Yesterday I bought one license for 9.95. Today I have a need for a second computer. Can I buy a second license - paying extra 4.03 USD?
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Dmitrij Beliakov Not have Real-Time monitor??? coz not see it in menu.
Only on right-click in menu Install it with Revo uninstaller pro
Nov 28 2014 at 1:40pm Copy Link
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Uncle Buck I have used Revo software for years, both for business and personal use. The Pro version of Uninstaller is a heck of a deal I highly recommend it for everyone !
Nov 28 2014 at 2:16pm Copy Link
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James Evans Today, just purchased a 4 computers license, downloaded, and installed on 1 computer without any problems.

Is the same supplied license key (1) good for the other 3 computers which will be Christmas presents?
Nov 28 2014 at 5:19pm Copy Link
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VLM James Evans - I am just a user, but my experience is that they provide one key good for multiple installs, counting the activations on their end. But if you write to their support at Support at RevoUninstaller.com, I feel certain they will accommodate your request. They are always helpful!
Nov 28 2014 at 6:17pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Eugeniusz Giedz - I am sorry, but it is not possible to buy a separate second license for the difference of $4.03. The price of $6.99 is kind of volume discount and valid for licenses for 2 or more computers bought at once.

@Dmitrij Beliakov - The real-time monitoring module is there. The first option to start it is right click on setup file and select "Install with Revo Uninstaller Pro" and the second one is from Revo Uninstaller Pro started use the button "Install Programs"
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 28 2014 at 10:50pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @James Evans - Yes, we send one serial number that can activate Revo Uninstaller Pro on the number of computers the license is for. But, please contact our support team: (support at revouninstaller.com) and explain your needs and they will assist you.

@Uncle Buck, @ VLM and other positive comments () - Thank you very much for your feedback and support. It is highly appreciated.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 28 2014 at 11:08pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! VS Revo Group Ltd. has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 29 2014 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Steve Amos Just to double check...

You have said that the portable version is exactly the same as the install version.

This means that the portable version also supports Real-Time 
Installation Monitor? I would have thought that something like that would require installation.

Would you please confirm that all features of the install version are supported by the portable version, especially with respect to the real time installation monitor?

On a personal note, I would like to say that I'm disappointed that this deal does not apply to the portable version. While I wouldn't expect the portable version, which costs nearly twice as much as the install version, to be offered for the same low price, SOME sort of discount on the portable version would have been appreciated. I really don't have use for an application I need to incessantly monitor and count the installs for. And this software is very desirable and well respected and would have been nice to have the portable version for a hot deal price. I will probably still get the portable version, but it won't be quite as much fun.

Thank you in advance.
Nov 29 2014 at 12:46am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Steve,Thank you for your feedback. Yes, the portable version is absolutely the same as the setup version and the monitoring module is working properly, just the context menu command "Install with Revo Uninstaller Pro" is not available by default - you can turn it on\off from the options, but you can use the "Install Programs" button from the main toolbar of the program. I understood your point and disappointment, at the current deal, for the price of the portable you can buy licenses for 10 computers, which may be better for some users, but of course depends on the personal needs.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 29 2014 at 1:06am Copy Link
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Steve Amos Thank you for your quick response.

Your answer pretty much cinches it for me; the portable version is what I want.

I'll pass on this deal and wait a few months till I have some extra cash and get the portable. Seems to be the best choice in my opinion. Especially with all the bootable VHDs I have and move around.

Best regards.
Nov 29 2014 at 1:44am Copy Link
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Richard Hartzman I ordered the 4 pc option yesterday but have not received any confirmation or license registration information. What can I do to get it?
Nov 29 2014 at 8:00am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Richard, thank you for your purchase. Did you check your spam\junk folder of the mailbox? We found your order and your email address seems correct so probably that is the reason. Just in case a person from our support team will write you on the purchase mail in few minutes.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 29 2014 at 8:15am Copy Link
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Richard Hartzman Thanks, Vasil. I have received the email from your support team.
Nov 29 2014 at 8:22am Copy Link
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Cary Adams Just another long time satisfied user here... if you're on the fence, this is likely the last day you'll see this deal offered for many, many months.

I've tried other uninstallers, and although many seem to do a decent job, you never really know until months later when a long ago registry deletion error is causing untold grief.

With Revo, I have confidence that even with the most aggressive uninstall features turned on, my system is safe.

FWIW I used to log all my installs w/Revo, but no longer as it seems to be quite effective with the log trail, and logging gets complicated when reboots are required. So if you are concerned with all the programs you've installed prior to purchasing Revo, worry not, as this uninstaller will prove most useful.
Nov 29 2014 at 9:02am Copy Link
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Kelly Hamblin I really want to grab this deal. BUT I want the app for my touchy, buggy, now virus infected Win 7 computer, not this one, my lovely XP system.

Will there be a problem if I purchase it today, download the setup file to my XP computer, and then - when the Win7 gets sorted out - install it on that computer? To be perfectly clear: I would not install it on the XP, just hold the setup file here or on a flashdrive until I am able to use the other computer with some degree of safety.
Nov 29 2014 at 11:45am Copy Link
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Paul joubert Firstly - Compliments.. Vasil, probably (actually definitely) the finest Uninstaller available no question!
I bought a double offer sometime back but was never able to install the second copy. Probably my fault, will contact you regarding that.
That said I need another 2 copies which i will definitely be taking up with this amazing offer. Thank you.
Nov 29 2014 at 12:00pm Copy Link
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Jeff Hubert Will this version of Revo scour my entire hard drive for ALREADY INSTALLED programs so I can uninstall them successfully? Does it find 32-bit and 64-bit applications NOT normally found in Windows Uninstaller feature? The problem I have is TOO MANY installed programs already and don't plan on having to reinstall them to satisfy this type of uninstaller (if it only works with new installations after being installed itself). Please advise.
Nov 29 2014 at 12:34pm Copy Link
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Kelly Hamblin @Jeff Hubert

You won't have to reinstall anything. REVO knows what's there. :)
This is how I know that: I've been using the free version on my XP system for many years.
Nov 29 2014 at 12:39pm Copy Link
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Jeff Hubert Thank you, Kelly. So, to answer my question in both parts, your answers are:
1. YES - it scours the entire HD for ALL installed apps
2. YES - it identifies both 32/64 apps that may NOT already appear in Windows Uninstaller feature, to include those already identified

Am I correct in this? Thanks again :)
Nov 29 2014 at 12:44pm Copy Link
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Kelly Hamblin @ Jeff Hubert

Yep. Exactly right. That is how it has always worked on my system.
Nov 29 2014 at 12:58pm Copy Link
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peter schleifer To bits:

Whenever I buy software here, you invariably flow my account with daily advertising. Here with Revo Uninstaller, it's the same again, albeit my having UN-checked the box "Allow Bits to send you...".

I then had to click on the unsubscribe link again, Friday, and as always, was bothered with "Wait, do you really want to unsubscribe? Give reasons, blah, blah" - I again went thru all this in order to not be bothered by you every day and day.

Now, Saturday, I get another mail, "Last chance to get Revo Uninstaller at 75 % off", in spite of my DOUBLE unsubscribing: Soon, we will need special mail addresses just for bits, since you don't respect even lenghty double de-unsubscribing anymore.

All this is not only perfectly illegal by European law (European Union), but also, it makes your European customers think twice about buying from yours, since all this is an incredible nuisance.

Many customers look up your site daily, in order to see if there's another offer they might buy, but do NOT want to receive daily mail advertising. As said, this is an extreme nuisance, again and again recurring for every single purchase with bits.

_______________

At Vasil: I received ONE code for TWO licenses? Is this correct? I'm asking since I'll install the second license in some weeks only and would not like to have the bad surprise then to be told, "Your code has already been used." Thank you!
Nov 29 2014 at 6:51pm Copy Link
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Kelly Hamblin Never mind my post about being unable to activate. All is well now. Thanks.
Nov 29 2014 at 6:54pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev First, sorry for the late replies,
@Kelly Hamblin - Hi, of course no problem to purchase the program from this deal and download and install and use later. The serial number is valid for any 3.x version.

@Jeff Hubert - Hi, by design Revo Uninstaller Pro lists all applications installed - 32 bit and 64 bit on all drives(including portable and external ones) or wherever they are installed, but they must be installed on the current Windows where you run Revo Uninstaller Pro. Revo Uninstaller Pro gets the information about the installed application from the Registry, so if there is information about a particular application Revo Uninstaller will list it and give the opportunity to uninstall it. Revo Uninstaller Pro also has some algorithms to list some programs that had been installed but not completely uninstalled and there is uninstall data remnants, but Windows applet "Programs and Features" doesn't list them. The setup is 30 days fully functional trial, so you can install it and see the list of programs.
About the browser tools and plug-ins, a specific feature for uninstall of browsers' toolbars and plugins is not available yet, but if the toolbar is installed as setup program Revo Uninstaller Pro will list it and help you uninstall it.

@peter schleifer - Hi, yes if you have bought a license for two computers you get one serial number that can activate the program on two computers
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Nov 29 2014 at 7:46pm Copy Link
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VLM Kelly Hamblin - I speak "only" as a user, but in my experience, and also based upon the vendor's responses, above, you can definitely do as you desire. You can install it on the XP machine, then uninstall it and move it to the Win 7 machine; you just have to write to tech support to allow for a new hardware foot print. Of course, if the software just site on your XP machine, then your Win 7 install will be your first one, no need for tech support in that case.
Nov 30 2014 at 12:26am Copy Link
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On the Road Does the Pro version uninstall 64-bit programs? The Free version does not.
Nov 30 2014 at 12:26am Copy Link
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Danny A top product!
Sep 7 2015 at 12:11am Copy Link
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anders Is there a way of making this purchase into a USB-stick-application?
Adding the license to the portable USB device.
Sep 7 2015 at 1:21am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi anders, no, we are selling here the setup version of Revo Uninstaller Pro, which can't be stored on a portable or usb stick that is going to be used on multiple computers. The registration of the product is computer locked. Otherwise we offer a portable version of Revo Uninstaller Pro, but it is not part of this highly discounted promo
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Sep 7 2015 at 2:30am Copy Link
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nylg Will this work with Windows 10?
Sep 7 2015 at 3:17am Copy Link
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Monica User Yes, works with windows 10 fine.
Sep 7 2015 at 3:34am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Yes, as Monica says Revo Uninstaller Pro is compatible with Windows 10. It had passed the "Windows 10 compatibility" tests by Microsoft and we have published their logo on our web site.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Sep 7 2015 at 3:38am Copy Link
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Trekkerman Is this for only a one year license or lifetime license? Does it include all future versions?
Sep 7 2015 at 5:29am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev Hi Trekkerman, the licensing is major version based, which means that buying a license now, you get free updates till the next major version, but you can use the license you have bought (3.x) as long as you need it.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Sep 7 2015 at 5:52am Copy Link
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John User I am a long time user of the free version which I have on all (6) of my computers. I would like to support the developer by purchasing a Pro license for one or more of the PCs.

However, I went to the website looking for a comparison of the Pro and Free versions and could not find it. Could you post a link or basic differences here?

Thank you for the best uninstall program IMO.
Sep 7 2015 at 7:23am Copy Link
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Cary Adams Best in class. I've been using "pro" for years now, though I've quit using the installation logger. There are just too many programs (I'm looking at you Google, Microsoft and Adobe) that update themselves in the background, and these get picked up by the installation logger. As a result the uninstaller log may inadvertently remove functionality of exist programs (ahhhh... remember the days of shared dlls.... different problem, same result). It has been my practice to let the uninstaller run its course, and follow-up that with advanced scan (reviewing the scan results prior to invoking their deletion).

There's also several "tools" that all-in-once cleaners (CCleaner) are my everyday choices.

If I had one request, it would be that the "unrecoverable" delete tool be integrated with explorer's right cick shell menu.

Those caveats aside, Revo remains unmatched by other uninstallers. And at this price is is an "auto-buy".
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Karl Kanalz I've tried and tried to purchase a two-computer license but NEITHER of your payment methods work! I prefer to use PayPal, but clicking on that option just puts me back into a loop of the same "payment" page.

I THEN tried using your payment by credit card method and that doesn't work EITHER! All data was entered correctly as required, but I'm still unable to purchase this super-excellent product!

HELP!
Sep 7 2015 at 8:16am Copy Link
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Trekkerman When is the next major version expected to be released roughly.
Sep 7 2015 at 9:00am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Karl Kanalz, I just sent you an email.
BitsDuJour Admin - Sep 7 2015 at 9:32am Copy Link
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Software Babe Once you install this, you can copy the directory in the Program Files x86 or wherever you installed it, and it is now PORTABLE. That is what I did. I reformatted my PC recently replace the HP OEM installation software (W7) with a fresh copy of W7 SP1 and use the Portable version I made of Revo often. And yes, I PURCHASED REVO here, 2 years ago and since have upgrade it to a paid upgrade.

LOVE THIS SOFTWARE. Perfect.
Sep 7 2015 at 9:33am Copy Link
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Peter User How about the portable USB version. Are you going to offer that at 75% off
Sep 7 2015 at 9:55am Copy Link
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Stan @Software Babe: I don't think that it's portable because it's still activated on the same hardware.
Sep 7 2015 at 11:26am Copy Link
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David Version 3 has been out for a while, when is 4 expected?
Sep 7 2015 at 12:48pm Copy Link
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Trekkerman The next major version is expected to be released late 2016.

However, this is an estimation so this information is subject to change.
Sep 7 2015 at 2:34pm Copy Link
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Wearsie Jackson @John User. Comparison between freeware and paid is here: http://www.revouninstalle...nload.html

Love the freeware version and have been using it for years! Thanks to BDJ, have purchased the paid version for 3 computers!!
Sep 7 2015 at 3:42pm Copy Link
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John Oliver I was thinking of buying for 5 computers and then I decided to get the FULL
portable version instead. Even though ALL of the good price deals are great value.
:-)
Sep 7 2015 at 7:38pm Copy Link
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conceptualclarity I want to ask BitsDuJour, what in the hell are you doing making your emails to me open up Internet Explorer instead of my default browser? I hate Internet Explorer! It doesn't work on my computer. I don't use it. I would uninstall it if that were possible.

Cut out this nonsense please!
Sep 7 2015 at 10:22pm Copy Link
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TESS273 @conceptualclarity,

That's strange. Though I also use firefox as default browser, I never fail to open the BitsDuJour link with firefox.
I use 'The Bat' and 'eM Client' as Mail client.

Thanks.
Sep 7 2015 at 10:41pm Copy Link
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conceptualclarity Clicking from my BitsDuJour email reset my default to IE. I went to Maxthon and rest that to default at its settings, and Maxthon started opening things again. But when I clicked again on a BitsDuJour link, I got reset back to IE.

IE stinks to high heaven! I want nothing to do with it! If BitsDuJour is going to have its emails open to IE, I'm done with BitsDuJour!
Sep 7 2015 at 11:03pm Copy Link
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Amit Has anyone used total uninstall also with this revo software. I found the total uninstall software to be a bit better. Any comparison from anyone or the revocompany ? Also reviews on cnet seem nice for totaluninstall.
Sep 7 2015 at 11:09pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Cary Adams Thank you for the suggestion, it will be considered as a possible feature.

@Peter User We appreciate the interest in the Portable version. Such promotion is possible in the future, but we cannot confirm that it will be 75% off
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Sep 7 2015 at 11:55pm Copy Link
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Chris Roy Jackson @Revo Group Ltd (or anyone else who can tell me from EXPERIENCE)
How does the portable version work REgarding (the following)???:
does it store all (or some of) the log files (uninstall Logs, etc.) on the (working) machine ??? OR does it store those (working) log files in various "Folders" on the "Flash Drive" (perhaps labeling the folders with the "Machine Name") ???
Sep 8 2015 at 12:16am Copy Link
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Gunderic Hagen Unfortunately, it did not work for me. I could not uninstall a file. I contacted support and after various tries they gave up and could not uninstall the file of interest.

Also, I find it has too many options and ends up being confusing.
Sep 8 2015 at 12:30am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Chris Roy Jackson, By default all information is saved in the folder for Revo Uninstaller Pro Portable. A special folder called "Data" is created that contains the information. No data for the use of the Portable version should be found on your computer if you are using it from a portable device.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Sep 8 2015 at 12:31am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Gunderic Hagen, Thank you for your feedback. We are constantly improving our product and all comments are helpful.
I wanted to look into the problem that you have reported, but I was not able to find anything that can be connected to Gunderic Hagen. Because of that I am not aware of the exact situation. I can guarantee that our Support Team is doing it's best in solving all reported issues. It is very uncommon to leave an issue unresolved and I apologize on the behalf of the Support Team.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Sep 8 2015 at 12:59am Copy Link
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Gunderic Hagen Hi!

You have not found anything in connection to Gunderic Hagen because that is my Nome de Plume.

Should you be interested, it is very possible that I can find the old mails from support confirming what I wrote. Just provide a mail I can send them to and I will take the time to look them up.

it is very comforting your attitude vis a vis your app and clients.
Sep 8 2015 at 1:06am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Gunderic Hagen

Please resend them to support@revouninstaller.com if it is possible.
I really want to look in this issue.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Sep 8 2015 at 1:12am Copy Link
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Chris Roy Jackson @Tihomir Hinchev

Wouldn't that get VERY Confusing if I were doing Installations on multiple computers ??? Is there a reason that it Would NOT be prudent to separate Installations on various computers ???
Or is that being done and I did not ask the question PROPERLY ???
I would like to know HOW the Portable version determines what it is uninstalling and WHETHER (or Not) it has recorded any particular Installation for the CURRENT UnInstall !!! ???

Thank You !!!
Sep 8 2015 at 1:46am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Chris Roy Jackson Basically the folder Data contains separate folders for each computer on which you have started Revo Uninstaller Pro Portable. That way the program will recognize if you have used the Portable version before on that computer and what changes have been made (uninstalled program, traced logs, etc.)
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Sep 8 2015 at 2:12am Copy Link
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Gunderic Hagen @Tiomir Hinchev
I just sent you the mails I found on the subject; they are 2 years old and at that time I communicated with a Mario Pavlov
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Scott Van Leeuwen I do not really wish to purchase software at US$9.95 and then find 2 months down the track that this offer was to get subscribers on board so REVO can charge an upgrade fee of their choosing. Something doesn't smell right.
Sep 8 2015 at 4:09am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Scott Van Leeuwen
The licensing of Revo Uninstaller Pro is per major versions.
If you purchase Revo Uninstaller Pro 3.x you will receive all minor updates for free. When version 4.x is released you will be given the option to keep using the latest version of 3.x . Your license will be still valid and usable. We will be still offering you a free support. You will not be charged again for your license for version 3.
The upgrade to the newest major version is optional.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Sep 8 2015 at 4:24am Copy Link
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Steven Aves People interested in Revo license,
The price for upgrades, multiple computers, how long you have on the current deal license before there is an upgrade you need to buy - IT'S WORTH THE SMALL AMOUNT OF MONEY.

Seriously, it's a very good deal today and you will be money and your time ahead - just buy the pro.
Sep 8 2015 at 6:31am Copy Link
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Presiding Chaplain for Vibrant Life and Successors Greetings everyone! I've posted very favorable comments during past Revo promotions on BDJ, and I'd like to do so again, responding to some of the criticisms made by others.

First, Revo Uninstaller is one of the core applications I install on any Windows machine. No uninstaller can be perfect, but I have found Revo to be close. I recently used it to unravel a problem with Firefox uninstallation -- which, by the say, is amazingly difficult, given the open source nature of the application. Another story for another time, perhaps. The point is that I was patient, tried several things, and finally Revo did the job.

Second, to Trekkerman and others regarding payment for upgrades, I have owned paid versions of Revo for many years. I paid for version 2 way back when, and a couple of years ago I paid for version 3. Thus, the license is neither annual nor lifetime. Paid upgrades are triggered by major version releases, which do NOT occur annually. This is definitely NOT a vendor that grabs for an annual upgrade fee, nothing could be father from the truth. And frankly, their support, when needed, is worth many times the cost of the product, even if it WERE upgrades annually. But it isn't, not by any means.

Third, the portable version works fine across multiple machines, I have found the explanation offered above by Tihomir Hinchev (regarding machine-specific subfolders in the Data folder) to be correct.

Finally, IMO today's promotion provides a superb offer, for those interested.

Best regards to all.
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Software Babe @Stan. I reformatted my hard drive and when I opened up my Portable Revo that I saved from the Program Files directory, it did ask me for my Registration number, which I input. Now it is the PRO version but PORTABLE, so IT DOES WORK the way I explained. Hardware has nothing to do with it. I had also changed out my hard drive from 640GB to 2TB AND put a NEW W7 SP1 from a new DVD I purchased. I was using the HP OEM discs which were HORRIBLE.

Revo is a fine piece of software. I just wish Microsoft would make their OSs perfect from the start. I am an SE by degree and I know that any software that has THAT MANY UPDATES AND UPGRADES employ some uninformed and maybe not trained well, SEs. I can understand the SECURITY updates to make the OS more secure, but UPDATES/UPGRADES to the OS (other than for hardware drivers) CONSTANTLY on an OS? Please........ Microsoft sucks big time. I love Linux, and I wish Revo would make their software for that OS. I have a CD that boots into Linux, so I use that a lot because it is such a FAST OS. Microsoft software is enough to drive a person mad.

REVO however, is one of the finest tools I have ever used. IT IS WORTH EVERY PENNY.
Sep 8 2015 at 11:05am Copy Link
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Chris Roy Jackson I bought the 5 Machine License and I will wait for a special Promotion on the Portable Version for my other machines.
Sep 8 2015 at 12:35pm Copy Link
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Stan @Software Babe: Ok, in my understanding a portable software is hardware independent. What you mean is that Revo Uninstaller is executable without a special setup.
Sep 8 2015 at 9:34pm Copy Link
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Jorge User Thanks I just bought license for 3 Pcs
Sep 9 2015 at 12:40am Copy Link
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GMS I personally regret having bought this software. I used it only once after which he refused to run, the license was no longer valid... Seeing the forums, I am not alone in this case. And the support does not answer.
Sep 9 2015 at 1:42am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @ GMS It is very unusual for the support team not to answer to a request for assistance.If it is possible, please contact us at support@revouninstaller.com with more information to investigate this situation personally.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Sep 9 2015 at 1:49am Copy Link
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Neostar I got this last time it was on offer, it works amazingly well uninstalling random app installs
Apr 10 2016 at 5:41am Copy Link
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Roz Fruchtman Very excited. I had recent issues with a HP Printer file that went corrupt. The HP technician used Revo on my computer and I watched in amazement. So when it is offered here I will be very happy to get a copy.
Apr 10 2016 at 9:39am Copy Link
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John Hood What version?

BitsDuJour: You are doing great listing the various buy options. What we sorely need in addition is the Version of the software being offered here. It would also cut down on messages like this having to ask.

Please consider.
Apr 12 2016 at 4:11am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @John Hood, Thanks! In case of normally discounted promotions (such as this one) we always promote the latest version of the software. I updated the promotion version for this product.
BitsDuJour Admin - Apr 12 2016 at 4:19am Copy Link
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Richard User I used the free version of Revo Uninstaller for many years and was quite happy with it. Two years ago when I finally had to make the move off of Windows XP, I discovered that free Revo only handles 32-bit apps and doesn't "see" 64-bit apps. Frankly, I thought the full asking price was a little steep, so I just went back to the regular old Windows Control Panel app. Now I am happy to see this promotion at a much more attractive price point. I look forward to getting back on the Revo bandwagon when this promotion goes live (tomorrow?).
Apr 12 2016 at 9:23am Copy Link
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toni User I was interested in discounted portable version license only
Apr 13 2016 at 2:59am Copy Link
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Alan User toni user - how does the portable version work?
Thanks,
Apr 13 2016 at 8:36am Copy Link
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Jeff McCanless I have tried almost every uninstaller available on the internet, freeware, shareware, and paid license. I have two Revo Uninstaller licenses today. I am getting a third for one more PC. This is the best uninstaller out there today.

If you are looking for an uninstaller for your PC, this is your opportunity. I have no affiliation with Revo, I am a very satisfied customer.
Apr 13 2016 at 8:36am Copy Link
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John User I have been using the free version for years and looking at the price and the "awesome extended features" I have to spring for the Pro version.

One question though for anyone: I am using primarily two computers and would have to buy the 2 Computers License. However, one computer is dying and I will replace it soon. How do you handle "transferring" the license from one PC to another new PC? Thanks.
Apr 13 2016 at 8:37am Copy Link
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???? User Can I buy this program for rubles, I do not have dollars.
Apr 13 2016 at 9:26am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @???? User, There has to be a conversion to dollars no matter what currency your credit card or PayPal account uses. But that conversion should be done automatically by your bank (which manages your credit card) or by PayPal.
BitsDuJour Admin - Apr 13 2016 at 9:30am Copy Link
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Jeff McCanless @John User, go here, http://www.revouninstalle...t_help.php and email suppport.
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nylg If you buy one, or even more than one licence, then do you have to install any, or indeed all of the licenses within say a certain period of time?

I ask, as I am thinking of buying more machines in the future and would like to buy at what I assume is a heavily discounted price. I also note that this offer is for version 3 so it would make sense for anyone who owns several machines to pick-up some licenses now while this deal is on.

I currently use the free version (excellent tool), and now know from reading the comments that it only works on 32 bit systems. Whereas, the paid for Pro version does un-install 64 bit programs typically found on 64 bit systems.

Many thanks for any advice on the question I raise.
Apr 13 2016 at 1:47pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Alan User The portable version is designed to be used from any portable storage device such as USB memory stick. Once activated you can use Revo Uninstaller Pro portable on many computers, by starting it from the said USB memory stick.
We will be happy to answer all your questions if you contact us at support@revouninstaller.com
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Apr 14 2016 at 12:08am Copy Link
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Lito Same here I was hoping to buy a portable version of this but it doesn't sound like the portable version is included in the sale.
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Richard User Just to clarify, free Revo works on 64-bit systems, but only "sees" and only uninstalls 32-bit apps. Worked great when I was on a 32-bit Win XP system. Not so great on a 64-bit Win 8.1 box with a mix of 32- and 64-bit apps. I was happy to pick up a Pro license today from this promotion.

Note to nylg: fwiw, I didn't see any time limitation on the license key I just received from my purchase.
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Tihomir Hinchev @nylg There is no expiration date of your license, you can use the serial number to activate your copy whenever you want.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Apr 14 2016 at 1:01am Copy Link
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Mohammad Amir @Tihomir Hinchev Can u tell me about license information? Is it one year updates license or v3 updates license? Thanks
Apr 14 2016 at 7:06am Copy Link
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Cool User @ Tihomir Hinchev
Hello Tihomir. Glad to see someone from Revo here.
I had purchased the Pro version a while back (through SharewareOnSale), and installed it on my aging Desktop machine.
A short while later, I had a major hardware failure, and I retired the machine and purchased a laptop.
I tried to install the purchased Pro version on the laptop, using the same serial number that was mailed to me, but it was not accepted.
I wrote to Revo Support a couple of times for assistance, but never received any reply.
I can send you my serial number privately, as well as the name and email I had registered under.
I love Revo Uninstaller, especially the Pro version.
Can you please help?
Also, can I covert my Pro version to portable?
Thank you.
Apr 14 2016 at 7:07am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Mohammad Amir The license is covering all versions of 3.x . That means you will receive free minor updates until version 4.x . Because there is not expiration date you will be able to use the latest version 3.x that it is available as long as you want
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Apr 14 2016 at 7:31am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @ Cool User This is very unusual for our Support Center. Please contact us at support@revouninstaller.com with license information. We will investigate and answer all your questions
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Apr 14 2016 at 7:34am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @ S R The same serial number should be used to activate Revo Uninstaller Pro on both computers
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Apr 14 2016 at 7:35am Copy Link
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S R Thanks for the quick reply, Tihomir. Also, I might not be installing these right away. Are they good for installation and activation anytime so long as it's a V3 install?
Apr 14 2016 at 10:52am Copy Link
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Marc User Another request to add the Portable version to the sale.
Apr 14 2016 at 10:52am Copy Link
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S R I purchased a 2-computer license but only received one serial. Is this code good for activation on both computers?
Apr 14 2016 at 10:52am Copy Link
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Cool User @Tihomir Hinchev,
Thank you.
I have just sent the information you asked for.
Apr 14 2016 at 10:53am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @ S R There is no deadline after purchase when you have to activate your copy. Use your serial number whenever you want on both computers.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Apr 14 2016 at 11:04am Copy Link
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Jim Buchanan This is a fantastic program. I've had mine since May 15, 2013.
Just bought it again for another computer.
Thx
Apr 14 2016 at 1:03pm Copy Link
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Cool User I second that, Jim.
It's my No 1 choice for uninstalling programs.
I have used it for many years.
The Pro version gives you additional features that you do not find in the free version.
I have used several other similar programs, but always found myself more comfortable with the Revo Uninstaller.
Thanks Revo and BitsDuJour for making this product available at this discounted price.
I didn't buy it today because I had already bought the Pro version last year.
Apr 14 2016 at 2:08pm Copy Link
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Adam Bridge Tihomir - as a cautious purchaser (who already owns the excellent Pro version 3) when do you anticipate bringing out Version 4 ?
Apr 15 2016 at 2:22am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Adam Bridge We are in early stage of development of version 4. Because of that we cannot give any estimation on when it will be ready for release. Most likely it will be sometime the next year.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Apr 15 2016 at 2:30am Copy Link
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Karl M. This is by far the best uninstaller software I've ever seen. I've purchased it years ago.
Apr 15 2016 at 6:01am Copy Link
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Adam Bridge Many thanks for the prompt reply Tihomir.
Apr 15 2016 at 6:02am Copy Link
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User1 @Marc User
@Alan User
@Lito
@Tihomir Hinchev

The portable version is 69 bucks, approaching the cost of an entire operating system. That seems high, by at least a factor for four.

No relief on that price?
Apr 15 2016 at 6:15am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @User1 Revo Uninstaller Pro Portable is not a part of this promotion. For questions regarding that version you should contact the Support Center. They will be more then happy to answer your questions This is the link to the contact page:
http://www.revouninstalle...t_help.php

You can leave your comments and suggestions for our product as well.
All feedback is positive for us.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Apr 15 2016 at 6:39am Copy Link
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Rich OBrien Once you've seen Revo Uninstaller find and remove 1,600 files AFTER a program's own uninstall has run, you'll be convinced that Revo is essential. Some programs uninstall completely but a surprising number of famous programs do a terrible job of removing all of their files and Windows Registry entries. Revo can also uninstall software that doesn't have its own uninstall program. I've been happily using Revo for eight years. And I wouldn't think of uninstalling software without Revo Uninstaller Pro.
Apr 15 2016 at 8:51am Copy Link
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Dmitrij Beliakov Strange - but it not have function to automatic trace all new installiations :(
Apr 15 2016 at 1:19pm Copy Link
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nylg @Dmitrij Beliakov
"Strange - but it not have function to automatic trace all new installiations :("

Not sure about this, but the Hunter Mode device has a right click which says autostart with Windows. Some details about this are in the help file.

I have not tried it. I wonder if this starts Revo at system start-up and then it monitors any new installer operations. I wonder if it auto-starts Revo Pro at each and every boot-up?

Maybe the Revo people can advise on exactly how this works. I would like to know because this could be very useful so long as it does not consume too much RAM while running in the background.

I know that the Comodo Programs Manager starts with Windows and it does monitor i.e. logs changes so you can un-install easily. I no longer use this as overall I think Revo Pro is a far better tool.

Thanks
nylg
Apr 15 2016 at 4:55pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Dmitrij Beliakov
@nylg
The auto-tracing of new programs is considered as feature that will be added in future versions.
The Hunter mode has the option "Autostart with Windows" When enabled Revo Uninstaller Pro will be started in Hunter Mode with Windows. This will not trace programs new installations automatically, it will only start Revo Uninstaller Pro in Hunter Mode.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Apr 15 2016 at 11:06pm Copy Link
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bryant jackson I purchased this software but never received the registration code due to a typo error in my email address. Please look under "contact us" and I will explain what happened and give you my correct email.
Frank
Apr 16 2016 at 1:15am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @bryant jackson Please contact us using your correct e-mail address at
support@revouninstaller.com

If possible include the wrong e-mail address as well.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Apr 16 2016 at 1:29am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @bryant jackson, I just sent you an email.
BitsDuJour Admin - Apr 16 2016 at 1:44am Copy Link
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Mohammad Amir Purchased :)
Apr 16 2016 at 7:52am Copy Link
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bryant jackson Tihomir, I sent an email to Constantin Florea and
the error has been taken care of. It was an error on my part and I have the program installed now.
Apr 16 2016 at 12:53pm Copy Link
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Marc User @User 1
I agree the cost of the portable version is too high, the most I'd pay for it is half the price they are currently asking.
Apr 16 2016 at 12:53pm Copy Link
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J Mack So how does the portable version work and where do you select it on the order?
Apr 17 2016 at 1:01am Copy Link
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Daniel User I've used the free version and have heard good things about the Pro.
Nov 25 2016 at 1:37pm Copy Link
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Nelson Carvalho I've tested other good uninstall programs, but what gives me more security / confidence is the Revo Uninstaller. I bought it a few years ago and I do not regret it. I recommend it even more for this amazing offer.
Dec 6 2016 at 10:08am Copy Link
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Doug Atkinson I own the pro version and it is one of the first utilities I install, and then I use it whenever installing any new application. It is always amazing to me how much "junk" programs leave behind when just using their own uninstaller. You do need to use some caution when uninstalling, but if you stick with the defaults, I've never had an issue with uninstalling more than I intended to!
Dec 6 2016 at 10:11am Copy Link
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Dan Alec any chances to have discount for the portable version?
Dec 6 2016 at 10:12am Copy Link
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MBe What is with free ug to v4?
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Steven Avery Can you throw in that Emsi Security thing like you did on another offer in another land? Either way, I will probably buy the 2-pack.

Is your license idea the number of installs, or the number of concurrently active puters? Presumably each computer counts even if you only work on one at a time?
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Nico Westerdale Great News! VS Revo Group Ltd. has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 7 2016 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Steven Avery The license is hardware locked. Once you activate Revo Uninstaller Pro it is registered to the computer according to the activation serve. If you remove the program from the computer this does not unregister it on the server.

@Dan Alec There was a special discount of the Portable version a couple of weeks ago. Because of that this offer is for the standard desktop version only
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Dec 7 2016 at 12:35am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @M Be Because version 4 will be a major new release and the update to that version will be paid. However, If you are a previous customer you will receive significant discount if you want to upgrade.

The current license that you will receive will cover all versions of Revo Uninstaller Pro 3.x
Even when version 4 is released your license will be usable with the latest version 3 of Revo Uninstaller Pro that is available.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Dec 7 2016 at 12:44am Copy Link
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Steven Avery "If you remove the program from the computer this does not unregister it on the server."

This sounds cumbersome. Am I supposed to contact customer service if I change my computer? (You could of course monitor actual activity, up to a point.)
Dec 7 2016 at 5:36pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! VS Revo Group Ltd. has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 8 2016 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Steven Avery You should contact us if you want to transfer the license to a different computer. Such tickets are with the highest priority and we will contact you again as fast as possible.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Dec 8 2016 at 1:04am Copy Link
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Steven Avery Tihomir
"@Steven Avery The license is hardware locked. Once you activate Revo Uninstaller Pro it is registered to the computer according to the activation serve. If you remove the program from the computer this does not unregister it on the server. "

Once again, this seems a bit strange. Most vendors who insist on one user, or one computer (as here) go out of their way to emphasize that if you switch computers the license easily follows. Preferably without having to put in an official request to customer service (bureaucracy).

I was ready to buy two licenses on the current special, but now I have to see if the policy is literally what Tihomir is saying. One activation, one lock, its over.

Steven
Dec 8 2016 at 1:35am Copy Link
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Adolphe I use the previous-generation paid-for version, Revo Uninstaller Pro 2.5.9. Would anyone know whether there is a real benefit added in the present edition ?

I understand the main new feature is the library of pre-programmed installation logs for a large list of software, which one can use instead of recording installs oneself. Is that of any use ? Is it really an improvement over doing one's own tracking ? Above all, is it reliable ?

I have found that my edition has some general clunkiness about it : unrecorded bits during the install in spite of using the tracking mode, the same software appearing as installed twice because it has been updated, softare appearing randomly in both tracked and non-tracked installattion panels (or not), and a certain general uneasiness about the UI.

I'd love to see an improvement on that, too.

Is it possible to install the free up-do-date version alongside the Pro 2.5.9 without breaking things up, in order to rubberneck inside a little while ?
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Tihomir Hinchev @Adolphe User The logs in the Log Database can be used if you have not created your own installation log. Beside that there should be no difference between your own and the one in the database. There are other improvements in Revo Uninstaller Pro 3 mostly the improved search algorithms for the leftovers.
It is not possible to install version 2 and version 3 and have it as separate program. However you can always install version 2 and use it with your license.
In case of problem our support team will be happy to assist you.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Dec 8 2016 at 4:36am Copy Link
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Shad Gibbons Is this a life time Liicense If not how long is it good for?
Dec 8 2016 at 11:51am Copy Link
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Adolphe For what it's worth, when I reinstalled my PC from scratch, Revo made no difficulty to reset my licence by mail.
Dec 8 2016 at 11:52am Copy Link
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Cary Adams @Steven.... As one who has switched a license to a new computer, I'd say Revo's response took about a day. But the reality was that I was so occupied setting up the new machine, that I had numerous tasks ahead of me that didn't require Revo Uninstaller. The day's wait was non-issue. Besides, I really never expected to run an uninstall those first few days... instead I was installing and installing and ...

Yet with another product (not Revo's), one which supposedly released the license when uninstalled, I found that process apparently failed to unregister on the suppliers system... another hassle which got resolved in time.

Hardware-based registration is problematic (thank you Microsoft), but I've found Revo to be responsive, If that bothers you greatly, the fact is that you will be hard-pressed to find a comparable program.

I recently uninstalled Chemtable's uninstaller after a few week's run .... it had no provision for forced uninstalls (a problem since it couldn't find many of my installed programs), and it also kept warning me to remove "remnants" of previously uninstalled programs (the problem here was that one of the "remnant" programs was a working install, and since the remnant uninstall feature was "all or none", I couldn't invoke it.

Choose wisely.
Dec 8 2016 at 11:52am Copy Link
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Steven Avery Adolphe - you can find a YouTube video specifically on the changes, it may not be official but it does a pretty good job. Revo is generally such a good program that it is hard to come up with super improvements to support monetization with us folks who have the version 2. Some of the changes are in other utility areas, where most of us are quite happy (CCleaner, etc).

However, the company has been so generally good in their software that, if you have a spot of cash the $10-15 seems fine for one or two of the current licenses. There are some nice looking enhancements. However nothing shaking the earth as far as I can tell. I will probably buy the two licenses, partly to be most up to date, partly to support a good solid utility.

Steven
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Vivaldi The license is hardware locked once installed, but it's very easy to get it unlocked for installation on another computer.

I had a computer die with Revo installed on it. I emailed support, and within hours they had unlocked the license. I installed and updated it on another computer without any problems at all.

Whenever I get another computer (it's frequently - I have more than one) Revo Uninstaller Pro is the first program I install, followed by Malwarebytes, and Windows updates. Revo goes on first because if any later software installations go wrong it's easy to get rid of all the messed up pieces. It's saved me from rollbacks and reinstalls many times!
Dec 8 2016 at 11:57am Copy Link
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Jim Buchanan Finally have all 3 computers being looked after by Revo uninstaller. Fantastic proggram as far as I am concerned
Dec 8 2016 at 12:16pm Copy Link
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Adolphe Hi again, I've bought the product, and I'd like some help for install from the Revo representative, please.

I aborted install because the installer does not offer the choice of a folder location for the program. Since I have already Revo Uninstall Pro 2, I understand the present version needs to be installed over the previous one, in order to keep the logs of traced programs.

However, my Revo 2 was installed in a non-standard location. I'm afraid version 3 will now be automatically installed in Program Files or Program Files (x86), and thus botch the upgrade. Thank you.
Dec 8 2016 at 3:56pm Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Adolphe User Revo Uninstaller Pro 3 will automatically be installed in the same location as version 2. Because of the previous installation you are not asked to choose installation path. It is taken from the Registry

@Shad Gibbons The license does not have expiration date, but it is restricted to version 3 only. You will not be able to activate version 2 or any future version such as 4 or 5 with that serial number.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - Dec 8 2016 at 11:34pm Copy Link
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Cary Adams @Adolphe User... are you sure about that?

It's all here quite clearly...
http://www.revouninstalle...r-pro.html

"Select Destination Location"
Dec 9 2016 at 1:19am Copy Link
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Jose L Santos Does this offer include the PORTABLE version?

Or would there be a discounted offer for that in the near future?

Thanks.
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Tihomir Hinchev @Jose L Santos, this offer is only for the standard (installable) version. We had a sale for the portable version a couple of months ago so there are no sales planned in the next few months.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 22 at 12:09am Copy Link
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Nektarios Prekas Oh my God, I wanted the portable version as well!
Please try to include!
May 22 at 4:03am Copy Link
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MANOEL User I want to buy
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Adam Bridge Tihomir - when do you anticipate bringing out version 4 (last year you said you were in the early stages of development of version 4 but anticipated it would be released sometime this year - so that could be six months or less from now). I understand this will require a paid upgrade from Version 3 if we buy now ?
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Tihomir Hinchev @Adam Bridge We are still planning on releasing version 4 near the end of 2017
Exact dates are not set but it should be more then six months from now. The upgrade to that version will be paid, but previous users are entitled to a discount.
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 23 at 5:21am Copy Link
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Steven Avery And if I want Revo on two computers, but they are in different locations and only one is used at a time, do I need a 2-licence?

Thanks!
May 24 at 1:54am Copy Link
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Tihomir Hinchev @Steven Avery The license of Revo Uninstaller Pro is per computer and it is hardware locked. Purchase of two computer license is required in that case as you will have to activate it on both computer no matter the location or if they are not used at the same time
VS Revo Group Ltd. - May 24 at 3:56am Copy Link
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Nektarios Prekas (I delete comment, I got an answer from support, thank you!)
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yabatopia Essential tool for BitsDuJour customers and all of us who end up doing tech support for friends and family, just because your the guy "who knows something about computers". Install it on their computers, because no matter what you say, they can't resist to download some "free" computer program to try out. Thank god you can fairly easily clean up the mess they made with Revo Uninstaller and anti-malware software like Malwarebytes.
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Kelly Hamblin Great price - under $10 Wow! - for a great and very dependable application. I recently had big problems with a JAVA install. Revo rescued me with its ability to reverse an uninstall, which allowed me to fix the problem.

Glad I saw this offer. It reminded me to check for updates.
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judi bunner Would not install on XP. after I bought 2.
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