Uninstall Programs In Bulk With BCUninstaller

BCUninstaller (Bulk Crap Uninstaller) is one of those portable apps that I can see being used on new PC’s that ship with a bunch of software crap and used on older PC’s where over a period of time the end user has installed numerous programs. This program is designed to uninstall software programs in bulk. It also had the ability to scan the registry and file structure to clean up the leftovers. Nice utility that is under active development and makes for a nice addition to the tech toolbox


  • Available in English and Polish language, more to come (contact me if you are willing to translate BCU to your language)
  • Uninstall any number of programs at once
  • Quiet (unattended) uninstall of many programs, even if they don’t explicitly support it
  • Intelligent ordering of uninstallers in large tasks
  • Detection and clean up of leftovers after uninstalling applications
  • Uninstall lists (automatically select uninstallers from the list, can be edited in a text editor)
  • Advanced grouping, sorting, filtering and searching
  • Editing tools and backup creation – can generate .reg files and remove junk to recycle bin
  • Visibility of protected and invalid entries (system uninstaller doesn’t see them)
  • Fully portable, requires Net 3.5 which is installed on all Windows 7 machines
  • Automatic error reporting and updating
  • And a bunch more features


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