"Should I Remove It?" Tells You What Programs Should be Uninstalled from Your Computer

We all want a clean computer that is free from any adware, crapware, unnecessary toolbars, but few know how clean our computer is. Uninstalling a program from your computer is easy, with help from many 3rd party tools if needed, but knowing what programs should be removed is more important. But unfortunately, that is usually a tough questions even to many computer-savvy user. Well, now we have an answer for you.

Should I Remove It? is an award winning freeware designed specifically to show you what programs you have installed on your computer with a removal rating that quickly tells you how many of them you can safely remove without any regret.

Simply download and install it on your computer, and launch it to find out how clean your computer is. It’s highly recommended that any programs with a red high removal % rating should be removed from your computer as soon as possible.

Should I Remove It - main Window

Should I Remove It? has a huge program library that covers majority computer programs on the market, whether they are legitimate ones like from Microsoft, Google, or the crapware like Babylon toolbar or Ask Toolbar. Each of them has a removal % rating that indicates how much likely you should be keeping it on your computer.

What I like more is the bar chart that rates how many bloatware are loaded by manufacturer. As we know and hate, PC manufacturer love to load tons of trial version of commercial software on a new computer in the hope that some will upgrade to paid editions. Toshiba, according to Should I Remove It?, is the worst, followed by Sony and Dell. Acer has the least bloatware loaded on their new computer.

Should I Remove It - bloatware bar chart

Should I Remove It? is 100% free and does not bundle any additional software. It works on all popular Windows platforms, from XP all the way to Windows 8. Both 32-bit and 64-bit editions are supported.

Kent Chen

Microsoft MVP, IT Professional, Developer, Geek, and the co-founder of Next of Windows.

Last updated: 10/28/2014

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