The Logs Database is a collection of traced logs of installed programs stored on our web site prepared and maintained by Revo Uninstaller Pro’s team. You can easily (with one click on the button “Uninstall” within Revo Uninstaller Pro) use these logs to uninstall programs from your computer.
Yes, Revo Uninstaller Pro version 5 offers its users the option to deactivate one’s license. To do that, click the Menu button (in the upper right corner), select Deactivate License, then confirm by clicking Deactivate. This will allow you to activate using the same serial number on a different computer.
If you need a more in-depth tutorial, you can find it here.
If you do not have access to the computer, on which you wish to deactivate your license, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
The best approach is to decline the reboot request, search for leftovers with Revo Uninstaller Pro, delete any leftovers you deem unnecessary, then finally reboot your computer. If you were unable to decline the reboot request, and computer restarts, the next time you start Revo Uninstaller Pro it will prompt you to continue the uninstallation process.
When your subscription expires, you will no longer be able to update to newer version of Revo Uninstaller Pro. However, all versions released prior to the expiration date will remain functional. You can use any and all versions that are released up until the expiration date of your license for as long as you like. Renewing your subscription will be necessary if you wish to be able to update to newer versions. You can download a specific version at any time from the release history page of Revo Uninstaller Pro — here, simply click the version number to download the desired version.
To close the small blue target window, which appears in the upper right corner of the screen when you are in “Hunter Mode”, you have to click with the right mouse button, click it, and choose Exit, or Open Main Window.
To move it, you have to click and hold it with the middle (scroll) mouse button, then you can drag it to the desired position on your screen.
The reason for this is that Windows 7 does not allow pinning programs containing the word “install” in their name. You can solve the problem by creating a shortcut on your Desktop of Revo Uninstaller, and rename it to just “Revo”, or anything else that does not contain “install” as a word or part of a word.
Purchasing a License for Revo Uninstaller Pro 5 or above includes free technical support and free updates while your update subscription is valid (not expired). For example, if your update subscription expires on 1 January 2021, you can install for free any version of Revo Uninstaller Pro released before 1 January 2021. After that date, if you want to install a newer version, released after 1 January 2021, you would have to renew your update subscription. Depending on features in new versions, you can decide to renew your update subscription by purchasing an updated license (significant discounts will be applied), or to continue using your already purchased version. You can continue using your activated version, for which you have purchased a license, for as long as you want.
Revo Uninstaller Pro connects to the Internet to perform the following tasks:
No other connections to the Internet are made.
There are tens of thousands of applications that leave a lot of unused data, such as registry entries, files, and folders in your computer. Not all registry keys left in your computer are errors, and third-party registry cleaners cannot detect them. Leftover registry keys in combination with leftover files make registry cleaners’ job impossible. Revo Uninstaller Pro helps you remove the leftover registry keys, files, and folders after uninstalling an application.
Reinstalling the program is the first and easiest solution. Because Revo Uninstaller Pro automatically creates a System Restore Point before uninstalling a program, you can use the System Restore feature to restore your system to a previous state. You can access System Restore in Revo Uninstaller Pro: click Tools -> Windows Tools -> Windows System Restore. By default, Revo Uninstaller Pro moves all leftover files to the Recycle Bin when you delete them, so check there for accidentally deleted files. Also by default, Revo Uninstaller Pro backs up every deleted leftover Registry item, so check the Backup Manager for any backups of deleted Registry entries you want to restore.