The AOL Uninstaller is a program used to safely remove all instances of AOL applications, plugins, and other software on your computer, which is particularly useful for computers that come preloaded with this kind of programs. The AOL Uninstaller, in theory, enables users to choose which AOL product to keep or which to remove, and would even provide suggestions and tips on the uninstallation process, give you a survey on what you think of AOL products and services, or prompt you to update. In some capacity the AOL uninstaller acts like an AOL-exclusive MSI platform (Microsoft Installer), and it does just this without a doubt.
What is surprising, however, is that the AOL Uninstaller does not actually work as intended and has become a running gag in most tech circles. AOL essentially forces every user of the hardware manufacturer they have partnered with to use their software, which is subpar amongst its contemporaries, and will often prevent you from completely removing their products that have come along installed in the computer. The AOL Uninstaller removes most AOL products, such as AIM (AOL Instant Messenger), but the uninstallation is not complete, nor will it remove other AOL products that are quite hard to manually uninstall.
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