Get Uninstall Recommendations from "Should I Remove It?"
Article by George Norman
On 01 Feb 2013
Should I remove this application from my PC or should I keep it? The free, light, very easy to use, and appropriately named “Should I Remove It?” tool provides an answer to this question.

It is a well known fact that if you want your computer to run smoothly, you should uninstall the applications that you don’t need or don't use (that’s just one of several maintenance tasks you should perform to keep your PC running efficiently). You certainly don’t need bloatware, trialware, or other forms of crapware. Now, if you don’t know which applications you should keep and which you should uninstall, I present to you "Should I Remove It?", a free, lightweight, and user friendly application that tells you what PC programs you’re better off purging from your system.

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When you start the application it takes a look at your system so it can find out what applications are installed on it. It also connects to a server so that it can get more information about those applications.

"Should I Remove It?" loading and getting details from server.


On its interface the application presents a list of all the applications installed on your machine. Next to each application there’s a star-based rating system and a percentage-based removal indicator.


Select an application and two buttons will show up underneath it. “What is it?” opens your browser and takes you to a webpage that presents more information about that application. “Uninstall” launches the uninstall process for the application.


From the Settings menu you can choose if you want the application to run on a schedule once a month.


"Should I Remove It?" is, as mentioned above, a free application. You can install it on your Windows-powered machine (the setup is a very simple process) and use it for as long as you want without having to part with your hard earned money.

Additional information on "Should I Remove It?" is available here.







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