The Windows program uninstaller has been around for a while, but until now Microsoft hasn't been quite interested in offering users a more advanced tool to cope with more complex application removal needs.
That's why Brute Force Uninstaller could be a possible solution for all those who wish to remove programs on the go, without spending too much time trying to fix errors or other issues.
This particular uninstaller, though, is a different kind of tool, one that's not addressed to beginners. Although it has quite a simple interface, Brute Force Uninstaller relies on scripts in order to remove programs.
Of course, some of the scripts can be easily downloaded from the Internet, but the real challenge is to write one on your own, so it's pretty clear that Brute Force Uninstaller isn't quite an easy to use application.
The software also comes with a bunch of options including one to unload the Explorer.exe process from memory before executing the script, just to be sure there will be no conflicts and everything will go smoothly, as well as another option to delete the remaining files for a full removal.
The application executes the preset commands and there are some options that will enable the script to handle files, directories, registry items like values or whole keys, the processes loaded in the memory, DLL and INI files.
All in all, Brute Force Uninstaller is a decent tool if you have the time to deal with it and in case you are willing to write scripts for each app you want to remove.