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Hey there

I have just found out that Revo uninstaller will not work on WIndows 64 bit. So I am not really sure what program to use as uninstaller? So what do you recommend?
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Do you have the latest version as it works on my win 7 64
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No. But I was told that it does not work properly, it is neither able to detect 64 bit installed programs nor able to remove them. But there are not that many of them I guess but still...
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There are (at the moment) no real 64 bit programmes. I have had no problems using it

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There is a Paid Pro version that does work on 64 bit OS's but I'm sure you are referring to the free version that you would like. Have you tried it in compatibility mode?
I also have it on my XP 64 bit and Win 7 64 bit partitions and they work fine.
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I use the free version ?
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Yes I am refering to the free version. But is there not some programs it cannot detect, the 64 bit programs?
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What 64 bit programmes do you have ?
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