It is good practice as part of maintenance to remove old unused software on your computer. However, the built-in Windows uninstaller is fairly limited, in that you can only uninstall one program at a time and have to wait for each to process before moving onto the next one.
This is where iObit Uninstaller comes in. Normally I would advise against using iObit’s software for a number of reasons (which I will write up about some other time), but their uninstaller program appears unmatched compared to others I have used, including the popular Revo Uninstaller.
Once you have installed iObit Uninstaller (taking extra care to not accept any of the offers and keep everything unticked – this is where it gets the bad reputation, from the bloatware that iObit try to bundle with the program), go down the list and tick each program you want to uninstall. Press uninstall and it will go through each program, uninstalling one at a time.
Occasionally a window may pop up where you need to manually click ‘Next’ or ‘Reboot later’ but this is trivial when you consider the amount of time saved if you were using the built-in Windows installer.
A good point about this program is it will get rid of any residual files (including registry entries and scheduled tasks) upon uninstallation.
I would recommend uninstalling iObit Uninstaller after you have finished using it and only reinstall it when you need to use it again in the future.