Re: Revo Uninstaller
Thanks setishock. Here is an update to where I am. I started goggling some of the registry items that were left over. Found a ton of them to be virus/malware. I went ahead and deleted all of them, and now the laptop works properly.
In class we were instructed to do the following when uninstalling and wanted to see what you think. I look at it as classroom vs. real world, which by the way is different sometimes.
Always use the uninstaller in the program you are removing first. If it does not have an uninstaller, use the control panel to uninstall.
Will using Revo, I noticed that sometimes when removing programs, the program uninstaller will pop up. I will then use it. Once that is complete, then Revo takes over and scans for leftovers. Sometimes it finds leftovers, sometimes it doesn't. So, if Revo was not available, and you could only use the program uninstaller or control panel, and there were leftovers, how do you clean them up? I'm sure there is a utility to cleanup the registry of leftovers, but I don't know about it. Still a student and learning. Maybe I should use the name Greenhorn instead of Copiman ( I am a copier tech).
Thank you for your guidance. It really is very helpful and very much needed.