Add “Uninstall” Option to Windows Context Menu for Programs Shortcuts
Menu Uninstaller is a windows freeware that adds “Uninstall” options to windows context menu when you right-click programs shortcut.
There is a hassle while removing the installed programs on windows. Frst you will need to open the Control panel, find uninstall the program applet, select the program and finally uninstall it after windows is done calculating the disk pace and more options. This windows option neither allows you to bulk uninstall the programs.
Menu Uninstaller is a simple but useful program for windows that helps you easily uninstall any program just by right clicking the program shortcut and choosing the “uninstall” option from the context menu. Menu Uninstaller will ask if you really want to remove the program, and if you click Yes then it’ll find and launch its standard Uninstall tool for you.
The cons of the freeware is that it doesn’t offer the cleanup support. It can neither monitor installations nor it can search your system post-uninstall for application remnants. Its sole purpose is to make it easier to find and launch an application’s uninstall option: nothing more.
Menu installer requires your Name and Email address during the install which you might don’t like, but there is a checkbox that allows you to opt out of being sent promotional emails.
If you can live with that, though, the program does make it quicker and easier to remove applications, and it will make a worthy addition to most PCs.