Using iObit Uninstaller To Uninstall Software That Refuse To Be Removed From Windows 8, 7, Vista, And XP

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I was trying to uninstall Microsoft Expression Blend 4 and various other Microsoft Expression software on Windows 8, but Windows 8 was unable to remove these software.  I think this had happened for the reason that Microsoft Expression software that I downloaded as free trial software were only compatible with Windows 7, and since I upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 8 these software were refusing to be uninstalled correctly on Windows 8.  Luckily, I found iObit Uninstaller.  With iObit Uninstaller, I was able to remove these Microsoft Expression software (free trial) without any problem.  iObit Uninstaller is not only the last resort kind of uninstaller for Windows applications, but it’s also powerful enough to dig up all leftover registry entries from the applications that were previously removed and allow you to delete these leftover registry entries.  iObit Uninstaller supports almost all Windows versions (e.g., Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP).  iObit Uninstaller is a freeware, and so it does not cost you a dime to download it and use.  Furthermore, after downloading iObit Uninstaller, you don’t have to install it onto your current computer, because it is meant to be an application which you can just launch from its current location.  This is great as you can totally copy and paste iObit Uninstaller onto a USB flash drive, bring it over to another computer that needs to have applications to be uninstalled and launch iObit from within the flash drive to uninstall such applications.  Anyhow, you can watch the video right after the break to get a glimpse at how iObit Uninstaller works.  Enjoy!!!

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