Latest Revo Uninstaller Free 2.1.5 version now asks the user for confirmation to uninstall an app. The uninstall confirmation dialog displays the app information and allows users to opt-out of creating a system restore point. The user needs to click on continue for the uninstallation to proceed.
Revo Uninstaller, one of the best-advanced uninstallers out there with IObit Uninstaller with unique hunter mode and Windows 10 apps support. The product is available in Free and Pro versions. The developer, Revo Software rarely releases updates to the free version to fix bugs and improve the scanning of leftovers.
In the Revo Uninstaller interface, when you select an app and click uninstall, Revo starts the uninstall wizard and says it is “performing initial analysis and uninstall”. It also informs the user that it is creating a system restore point.
In the next step, App’s built-in uninstaller will run and you’ll follow the onscreen instructions. When the uninstallation is complete, Revo asks to choose an option to remove folders, leftover files, and registry entries.
Now with the latest Revo Uninstaller 2.1.5 version, when you click the uninstall button after selecting an App, Revo asks for your confirmation “Are you sure you want to uninstall the Selected Program?”
It displays the following information related to the app in the prompt with “make a system restore point before uninstall” checkbox ticked:
- App name – type (32or 64-bit)
- The version number and Installed date
- Company name
- Uninstaller path
Here if you click cancel, uninstallation will be canceled. For the uninstallation to continue, you need to click on continue and follow steps on the screen.
Here is this version’s changelog:
- New: Uninstall confirmation dialog with info review and backup control
- Improved: Scanning algorithms for leftovers.
- Fixed minor bugs.
- Updated language files.
A user who uninstalls multiple apps may find this annoying and there is no way to disable this in Revo Uninstaller.