If you are looking for Ashampoo UnInstaller, you have come to the right place. We explain what Ashampoo UnInstaller is and point you to the official download.
What is Ashampoo UnInstaller?
Ashampoo Uninstaller is a Windows de-cluttering system that gets rid of programs and applications that may be causing your Windows to become sluggish and unresponsive. It cleans out digital wastes and useless executable files that may have been left by programs that were used to be installed on your system. De-cluttering is done to ensure that your computer works at its fastest.
Ashampoo Uninstaller can uninstall a maximum of 4 programs at the same time. It does not only remove program but it also tidies up the registry and automatically conducts defragmentation. The difference on your computer’s performance can be checked via before and after speed testing. The uninstallation of programs is also safe as the software automatically backs up a reinstaller incase the user wishes to have it again.
Aside from its tools used in unstalling and defragmentation, the software also makes use of a file wiper and an Internet c leaner. It I also equipped with a file undeleter to restore trashed files. The software has also been developed using an interface which is easy to navigate and explore. The most recent version of the software is the Ashampoo Uninstaller 4.
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File types supported by Ashampoo UnInstaller
About file types supported by Ashampoo UnInstaller
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Last updated: : July 9, 2013