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How to remove programs installed on a separate drive/partition, please


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rogerbid

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HI,

I wonder if someone here can help me please? Sometime ago I was encouraged to install less important applications on a separate drive and keep my C: Drive relatively uncluttered. This has worked well over a few years but after experimenting and trialling a large number of applications I now want to thin out the programs and remove a good number of them.

My problem is that in Control Panel/Programs and Features I can only see the applications installed on C Drive.

How can I remove programs on another drive/partition and be sure the registry entries etc are also removed/restored?

I used to use Advanced Uninstaller 4.0SE, but it has not been updated for sometime. Can anyone suggest a freeware uninstaller that can assist me, or any other suggestions?

EDIT - Sorry, I should have said I am running Win 7 Home Premium.

Thanks,

Roger

Edited by rogerbid, 30 January 2012 - 12:51 AM.

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Troy

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Hello,

Revo Uninstaller has a free version that might help:
http://www.revounins...e_download.html

Otherwise you might have to manually uninstall each program on the other partition by invoking the uninstaller for each one... that sounds exciting.

Cheers
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