Remove Stubborn Toolbars with New IObit Uninstaller
By on May 26th, 2010

IObit Newly released IObit Uninstaller 1.1 for easy and deep toolbars removal

Boston, MA (IObit) May 26, 2010 IObit today announces the release of IObit Uninstaller v1.1 . Compared with IObit Uninstaller 1.0, this new version runs much more efficiently. With the unique "1-click toolbars removal" feature, IObit Uninstaller 1.1 can uninstall the targeted software completely, including files, folders and Registry keys.

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This unique feature allows computer users to uninstall browsers’ tool bars which are hard to be detected in Control Panel. As we know, most of browser tool bars are rogue software that you don’t know when you installed and how to uninstall. The feature, tool bar uninstaller, allows you to deal with hard-to-uninstall toolbar easily. It automatically detects what toolbars you installed on browsers, no matter they are on IE, Firefox or other web browsers. With just one click, you can remove those rogue toolbars completely.

For other features in IObit Uninstaller, more data about uninstalling applications can be detected. As we know, the Install/Uninstall in Control Panel will leave some data in hard drive after uninstalled an application. However, to use IObit Uninstaller 1.1, nearly all data of this application, including Registry keys, files, folders and settings, will be deleted completely.

You can uninstall applications with secure elements included to set a recovery point,said Hugo Dong, the president of IObit, All the software that installed in your computer will be detected without any omission. And all uninstalled applications won’t leave any data on your hard drive, the whole uninstall process is easy and complete without any security problem .

Advanced Uninstaller works on Windows 7/ Vista/ XP/ 2000 (32bit or 64bit), multi-language supported. For more information, please visit the product homepage: http://www.iobit.com/advanceduninstaller.html

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