So does anyone use an uninstaller or just rely on the built in uninstall process that windows provides? I was perusing this article The best software uninstaller 2019 and I was thinking about this. I think Dave2D recommended IObit Uninstaller in one video a while back. It seems many (not IObit Uninstaller) monitor the system, so when things change it documents for any possible removal. On paper that sounds appealing. In execution I wonder how much overhead that will be, i.e., slowing the system down. Tbh, I never used uninstallers, but my recent foray into adding/removing a bunch of apps got me thinking.