Bulk Crap Uninstaller 5.7

Bulk Crap Uninstaller is a free (as in speech) program uninstaller. It excels at removing large amounts of applications with minimal user input. It can clean up leftovers, detect orphaned applications, run uninstallers according to premade lists, and much more. Even though BCU was made with IT pros in mind, by default it is so straight-forward that anyone can use it effortlessly!

Bulk Crap Uninstaller features:

  • Detect and uninstall Windows Store apps
  • Uninstall multiple items at once to speed up the process (with collision prevention)
  • Uninstall any number of applications in a single batch
  • Minimal user input is required during uninstallation
  • Can find and remove leftovers after uninstallation
  • Can uninstall some apps even if they don't have any uninstallers
  • Detects applications with damaged or missing uninstallers
  • Adds quiet uninstall options to some uninstallers, even if they do not support them by default
  • Uninstall lists for automation
  • Startup manager
  • Verification of uninstaller certificates
  • Fully portable, settings are saved to a single file

Bulk Crap Uninstaller 5.7 changelog:

  • Added timeout to compressing junk backup by @Klocman in 947e9be
  • Added timeouts to service enable/disable/delete actions by @Klocman in 6115328
  • Fixed launcher failing to start BCU on some systems by @Klocman in 83d6921
  • Fixed wrong/missing icons and wrong executable order in ScoopFactory by @Klocman in dc19718
  • Better handle missing icons and executables in ScoopFactory by @Klocman in 7d0a722
  • Fixed custom PowerShell environments crashing ScoopFactory by @Klocman in 32ca90f
  • Merged Japanese translation by @KKbion from #507 in 109ae7a
  • zh-Hant - Fix typos by @8LWXpg in #501
  • Fixed some errors in Italian translation by @PeppeMonster in #536
  • Updated Italian language by @bovirus in #492
  • Updated packages by @Klocman in 0275374
  • Set up CodeQL scanning on master by @Klocman in 17717ed
  • Switched OSDN link to SourceForge (OSDN appears to be abandoned) by @Klocman in a510d99