Check Your PC for Unused Programs in Reg Organizer 8.25

January 28, 2019 (updated 4 years ago) by Chemtable Software

In the new Reg Organizer 8.25 version, the uninstall tool was updated with a new feature – search for unused programs. You can run a search and check your system for the presence of applications that you have installed and have not run for a long time.

By default, the uninstaller searches for all programs that have not been used in the last 60 days. However, you can easily change this period in the settings.

To launch the new feature, run Reg Organizer and select the uninstall tool. In its upper part, you will immediately notice a new item “Rarely Used“, next to which is the “Find” button. Click on it and the utility will start analyzing.

After the scan is completed, the number of found programs will be displayed in place of the “Find” button. Click on it and the list will be reduced – only those programs that have not been launched for a long period of time will remain. You then need to check the applications and, if necessary, remove unnecessary ones. This would free up useful disk space in your computer.

In the new Reg Organizer 8.25, we have also fixed some problems that were detected in the previous versions.

For example, many users complained about the lengthy process of analyzing the “Old Update Files” section. This process is still one of the longest (scan can take more than 10 minutes). However, issues related with hanging and freezing have been fixed.

There were invalid entries in the startup that could not be removed from the program. This problem was also fixed and now such entries can be deleted correctly.

You can download the new version from the official website or via the auto update feature if you already have the previous version.

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