Menu Uninstaller Provides a Handier Way to Uninstall Applications
Article by George Norman
On 25 May 2011
If you no longer need an application, it is best to uninstall it from your Windows-powered computer. Since you don’t need that application any more, why let it needlessly take up space on your computer? You can uninstall the application by using the default uninstall tool built-into the Windows operating system, by going to the Control Panel and then clicking Add or Remove Programs (in XP) or on Uninstall a program (in Windows 7).

There is a free application out there that proposes a different and interesting way of uninstalling applications. The application I am talking about is the Roy Leizer-developed and aptly named Menu Uninstaller.

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Instead of uninstalling an application by going to the Control Panel, you can get Menu Uninstaller and uninstall it from the right click context menu. Thanks to Menu Uninstaller, the option to uninstall applications is added to the right click context menu. Say you have the shortcut for application X on your desktop. When you right click that application’s shortcut, you will see the option to uninstall the app. An image to better put things in perspective is available at the bottom.

As mentioned above, the Menu Uninstaller application is offered free of charge. You can use it free of charge for as long as you want, which to my mind is a great thing. I always like it when free applications offer much needed functionality or when they help me get things done faster. Menu Uninstaller works with the old but popular Windows XP, with the much avoided Windows Vista, and with the latest and greatest, Windows 7.

If you would like to learn more about Menu Uninstaller and perhaps download the application, you can grab it straight from LeiserSoft here. If you like the functionality it has to offer, don’t be a cheapskate; consider making a donation to support its development.





Tags: Menu Uninstaller, Microsoft, Windows
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