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"This program manages to do a good job of making sure that your computer is free from bloatware and programs that you don't need." (Best Of Media Editors Review)
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"Should I Remove It?" is 100% FREE, and does not bundle any additional software, that means no adware, spyware, malware or other types of shareware or free-ware.
  • No adware, spyware, malware
  • Easy to install and uninstall
  • Does not run in the background
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"Where Should I Remove It really shines is with the adware, toolbars, and other "extras" that seem to sneak quietly into your system yet have to be dragged out kicking and screaming. Should I Remove It is a great place to start looking."
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"Should I Remove It? explains what those mysterious processes are in the Windows task manager, shows you what those unlabeled apps are in your programs list, and lets you know if they're safe to stop, uninstall, or delete, all with a single click."
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"If things are out of control or you’re unsure what each program does, then Should I Remove It is a program that can help. ...if you’re someone who is less sure about your software then Should I Remove It could be a good option for you."
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"A helpful tool when you decide whether you're going to keep a program. Plus, it includes detailed info on programs' uses and functions as well as the software developer. Perhaps best of all, most programs can be removed from within Should I Remove It? with just a few clicks. Also, the detailed info also includes steps to purge the program from your system."
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"It can be easy to forget which program does what and why you have it installed, making PC cleanup a nightmare. Fret no more as Should I Remove It?, the new kid on the uninstallers block, will help you identify what is worthwhile to keep and what needs to be trashed."
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"Should I Remove It? is a good download to help you decide what programs you don't need. It scans all of your programs and ranks them based on what other users have kept or removed."
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"Should I Remove It is an excellent guide to whether or not you should uninstall a file (or kill a process!)" - Should I Remove It? was featured on Discovery Channel's Tekzilla live on TV. See the full online video.
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If you just want something that's easy and straightforward to help you determine exactly which programs can be scrubbed from your PC, check out Should I Remove It?—you won't be disappointed.
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"I've been having problems with my browsers, Internet Explorer, Mozilla, and Google Chrome for several weeks, slowness and freeze-ups that I never had happen before. I tried every which way to clear the problems and every cleaner imaginable. I ran across this little program and it fixed them all. Just took off all programs that showed red (which I hardly recognized) and my problems were solved. A great little program."

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Ever wonder how to clean out your computer? Many people do, because it’s not unusual to have your PC filled with adware, toolbars and other programs you no longer need or probably never intended to install in the first place. But like most people, what programs should you remove is the tough question. Well, we have your answer, simply download the award winning "Should I Remove It?" app and wonder no more. The app is a tiny, lightweight program designed to show you what programs you have installed on your computer and quickly determine what programs you can safely remove.
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Average rating of 4.9 by 105 users
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