I've only just started to test the script but I love the premise. Two suggestions: * Move the main filter line to the top of the script for easier editing; make it into a variable something for later access. * Allow for exceptions. I'd like to be able to leave the Google Toolbar alone as some of my customers use it.
I'm glad I downloaded the manual version first. I don't really have much crap on my computer, but I wanted to run it as a test. Here's what it wanted to remove: Macrium Reflect (free hard drive imaging tool, not crap) Broadcom network drivers (and management tools) HP Printer "components installer". Not sure if that'll get rid of the driver or not. Revo Uninstaller (good, free, manual uninstall tool, not crap) SpeedFan TreeSize Spybot Search & Destroy The only one I would like to see on that list is the HP one, and only if it doesn't remove the driver. I'm not sure how it searches for what to uninstall, but if it uses filters, maybe "free" isn't a good word to look for. Or maybe allow for a .ini file that will have it ignore certain other keywords?
Reddit loves this app. It's one of the highest rated apps that no one has ever downloaded. I give it 5 out of 5 lulz.
Good software. Although unnecessarily targets some software.