Windows Full VersionApr 9, 2014

Free Soft Organizer (100% discount)

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  • Developed by ChemTable
  • Version is v3.40
  • Download size is 12.5 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8/8.1 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/50

Soft Organizer — the new name of Full Uninstall — is a clean software uninstall for Windows that does more than just cleanly uninstall programs. With Soft Organizer, you can remove files, folders, and registry entries left behind by uninstall programs, check installed programs for new updates, batch uninstall programs, silent install programs, and more.

This giveaway has no free updates. Get Soft Organizer with free updates for free updates and other perks, like ability to install whenever you want and home + business use.

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  1. shakir

    Reply to this comment#54

    I have installed and done but unfortunately i have uninstall this pogrom i need to reinstall this but i forget my key where i can find my key please help me!

  2. wrongy

    Reply to this comment#53

    thx, works like a charm now …

  3. wrongy

    Reply to this comment#52

    thanks for the quick fix – wow, superfast support
    … and glad you found the problematic link on your own too ;)

  4. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#51

    Can we all behave like adults — that includes debating peacefully, without name calling and insults. I don’t care who started it. I’m ending it. Debating and expressing opinions and/or facts is great and encouraged… just do it like you aren’t 5 years old.


  5. TrustLater

    Reply to this comment#50

    You are now doing what a good psychotherapist describes as “kitchen sinking”. Your original, unconstructive, hostile criticism is so obviously flawed that, when your glaring lack of understanding is made apparent, you resort to introducing new, irrelevant considerations into your argument. No matter how useful and helpful my suggestion is, you will find something else negative to throw at it, including the “kitchen sink”.

    First, you invite me to “test it”, assuming that I have not already but also implying that you have done so yourself. If you had tested my suggestion and truly found it to be a “useless exercise”, you would share your proof rather than equivocating with “[it] has the potential to trash your system”. Did you test it? Did it “trash your system”?

    Go back and read the questions which, in trying to be helpful and constructive, I responded to. If you have better answers and suggestions, offer them. If not… well, I’m sure you know what you should do.

  6. jjmich

    Reply to this comment#49

    Before being so certain of yourself; test it and you will see that your “commonsensical” approach has the potential to trash your system …especially if more than one software shares common files. Registry values, files and folders that were present before you installed a software will (and SHOULD) remain there. A good monitoring uninstaller will remove ONLY what was monitored and added …it should not remove system files that were there previously.

  7. TrustLater

    Reply to this comment#48

    [@JJMich] Fortunately, you do not understand. What the software does is self-explanatory: It “monitors”. What the system state was before the monitoring begins is immaterial.

    What I call a “trick” is commonsensical, logical and, best of all, it works.

  8. JJMich

    Reply to this comment#47

    re: TrustLater “trick”: may give a false sense of uninstalling previously unmonitored software.

    In my understanding of how these types of software work is correct, the “trick” will not work and is simply a useless exercise.

    Any uninstaller that monitors an installation looks at all the stuff on your system first …before any new software install; then compares the before & after snapshot. So if your previous “unmonitored” uninstall left traces behind; when you monitor a second install (of similar software with something like this program, it will compare the system before/after snapshot and will recognize those previous traces as being on your system before the “re-install” and would NOT remove them.

  9. Brian

    Reply to this comment#46

    First, my complements and appreciation to Ashraf for his excellent job developing this website and business and for offering many great deals and freebies.

    I don’t know if this is irony or not, but I just un-installed this software last night, after what must have been a month of freezing, crashing and numerous blue screens of death. It worked slightly better on my old Dell laptop running Win 7 Pro (about 50 % success) than on my newer Acer desktop running Win 7 home ( about 40% installation success). I am afraid to try it on Windows 8.1. Anyone else having these problems? Everyone seems to praise it here. Am I missing something?
    Based on my experience, I recommend (in descending order): Revo Uninstaller Pro, Your Unin-staller, Revo Uninstaller (free & portable), COMODO Program manager and then Windows built in program manager. I think I’ll give Puran Uninstaller a try next, based on Neil’s comment.
    thanks BM

    If you are thinking of buying Soft Organizer, I strongly recommend giving the “free” version a good run first, before deciding.

  10. Paulo

    Reply to this comment#45

    Good Software, nice to be free.

  11. Neil from Ohio

    Reply to this comment#44

    Excellent freeware alternative: Puran Uninstaller

  12. Syed

    Reply to this comment#43

    Bitdefender reports virus “Gen:Variant.Symmi.23691″ during “Soft Organizer” installation and blocks it. :-(

  13. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#42

    [@wrongy] NVM, found it and fixed :-) Thanks for letting me know.

  14. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#41

    [@wrongy] Thanks, fixed. Can you show me where the log out link is that doesn’t work for you? It must be broken because sign out and log out should do the same thing — log you out of your account.

  15. wrongy

    Reply to this comment#40

    off topic: and could you please explain to me the difference of “log out” and “sign out” from your account at your site. Log out does not work for me – it just brings a page saying “LogOut”m but going back in browser history lets you display your orders and modify your asccount settings, whereas sign out does not and obviously really lets you exit your page and close the door. Thank you!

  16. wrongy

    Reply to this comment#39

    this is a gaotd promotion, so you have to download and install/activate it befor the giveaway ends – please update your description on checkout/final step of ordering process

  17. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#38

    This giveaway is back!

  18. alp

    Reply to this comment#37OLD COMMENT


  19. DonP

    Reply to this comment#36OLD COMMENT

    Hey, everyone, thanks for all the great informational comments. These have helped me a lot. I wish there were these kinds of comments for all the products on here. Please keep the good information flowing!

  20. Piter

    Reply to this comment#35OLD COMMENT

    Спасибо за подарок! Отличная программа! Пользуюсь ею с самых ранних её версий.

  21. Lou

    Reply to this comment#34OLD COMMENT

    Thanks, Ashraf – awesome as ever. I have been using CPM for some time and had no idea there was anything perhaps even better.

    Thanks to all who participated in the technical discussion, especially TrustLater. Your “trick” is one of those Things That Make You Go “Duh” and “Why didn’t I think of that?”

  22. allan davies

    Reply to this comment#33OLD COMMENT

    Thanks, ChemTable and Ashraf . It is so nice to be able to try out software before buying it.
    And thanks to the people posting here, too.

  23. Lilly

    Reply to this comment#32OLD COMMENT

    As I said you can have a look at the log and delete parts of it. From the log not from your drive. It’s easy. Try it.

  24. conceptualclarity

    Reply to this comment#31OLD COMMENT

    “Se7en – Mar 19, 2014

    …Just to enlighten some of you here… this uninstallier needs to monitor the software while installing. It won’t remove already installed or not-monitored software successfully.”

    So if you don’t like the idea of having it monitor your installation because of the possibility it will damage collateral files later during an uninstall, then there’s no point in getting the product as an uninstaller.

  25. TrustLater

    Reply to this comment#30OLD COMMENT

    [@pepe] My pleasure. :) You can get rid of that “Comodo is…. cleanup tasks” or whatever at boot. Look in your Task Scheduler library for a Comodo entry relating to CPM. I don’t remember the precise wording but, unless you have other Comodo products installed, there should only be one. I is safe to delete but, if you want to be extra cautious, just disable it for now and, when nothing bad happens after next reboot, you can delete the task entirely.

    NOTE: Look here for any left-over Comodo pending-remove entries in your Registry:
    If you find any for software that you KNOW was successfully removed, you can delete their Values safely.
    To quadruple-check, you can also look for a Log of any pending actions here:
    C:\Program Files\COMODO\COMODO Programs Manager\PowerRemover.txt

    SoftOrganizer and Comodo Programs Manager do run on the same system (mine are XP, 7, 8.1 ; all 64Bit) without any conflicts.

  26. pepe

    Reply to this comment#29OLD COMMENT

    [@TrustLater] Yeah, I never been brave enough (or been forced) to use CPM’s “backup/restore installer” You’re right, there is so called “force uninstall” automatically performed by CPM just before OS load (most of the time though it does nothing). I just wonder if this “force uninstall” task can be turned off manually?

    I will definitely try SoftOrganizer. Hope there won’t be a conflict with CPM being already installed? And of course your help is much appreciated, thanks a million! Big thanks to ChemTable and SOS.

  27. pepe

    Reply to this comment#28OLD COMMENT

    [@Se7en] Good point… I guess I meant “self-EXTRACTING installers for installed programs” :) Heard/read about Cameyo, but didn’t try it. It offers a “application’ virtualization” allowing you to install it in the cloud and launch the app/soft without any reg changes to your own system right? I assume you’re familiar with it? Are you using it and can recommend it?

  28. TrustLater

    Reply to this comment#27OLD COMMENT

    [@pepe] Hey there! SoftOrganizer can be configured to monitor all software installations (just as Comodo Programs Manager (CPM) does) OR you can launch its monitor by right-clicking on an installer and selecting “Monitor with SoftOrganizer” in the context menu OR you can launch the main interface and install/monitor from there.

    I also have CPM installed and running in the background and like its ability to (supposedly) uninstall drivers; and its ability to create its own backup/restore installer. HOWEVER, I have never tried to use its “backup/restore installer” after uninstalling a program with it. Frankly, I don’t trust that it could do the job properly: Registering any DLL’s, file associations, Registry entries, etc. Also, in some cases, it creates two files that have are referenced at boot (after BIOS/UEFI but before the OS loads) which can REALLY trash your System if everything doesn’t execute **perfectly**. (BTW, you may also notice that you have a TaskScheduler entry for Comodo that you didn’t create personally but which sometimes may run at boot… even if there is no uninstallation in progress. I have seen CPM itself leave a Registry trace it created! ) CPM does too much “behind closed doors” for me to totally trust it. I need to know what is being done so, that if something goes wrong, I know where to start looking too fix it. I use and love several Comodo products but CPM is not my go-to installer/uninstaller.

    SoftOrganizer, besides having other included facilities, tells me EXACTLY what it is doing and THEN shows me any changes to my System as soon as it completes an installation or BEFORE it removes any traces following a standard uninstall.

    Another very cool feature is that you can tell it to continue monitoring a software’s installation even if the installer requires a reboot to finish installation. A really great feature, IMO.

    Finally, if you ever need help, their Tech Support is absolutely top shelf. The main developer himself probably will be the one who responds to your requests.

    Oh! Did I mention that I like SoftOrganizer? :-)

  29. Alex

    Reply to this comment#26OLD COMMENT

    I like it a lot, I wish I would have got it earlier :D

  30. Father Richard

    Reply to this comment#25OLD COMMENT

    Installed great. Really like the program. Just one little note, when you search for a program (and you have to because they are listed in no discernible pattern) and want to return to the “all programs listed” display, you do that by clearing the search box of your search criteria. Great program. Thanks SOS.

  31. Se7en

    Reply to this comment#24OLD COMMENT

    Self executable installers? A setup.exe… an installer… is already a self executable installer xD
    If you want to create software that doesn’t need to be installed anymore, portable software, then try Cameyo.

    Soft Organizer doesn’t monitor your pc and waits for an installation. There’s a tool from Ashampoo that does this, and I disliked it, as I dislike all tools that think that must start with my pc and run all the time in the background.

    This tool must be started manually to start the first scan, or more comfortably, right-click the setup EXE file and choose ‘install with tracing’. Auto installert tracing can be activated too, but that sounds like running all the time and watching my pc (but I never tried that option).

    Just to enlighten some of you here… this uninstallier needs to monitor the software while installing. It won’t remove already installed or not-monitored software successfully.

    Been using this tool for quite some time too, also know it as Full Uninstall and think that was a better name.
    Guess I should actually pay for it ^^ Since I use it often. I’m a fan of testing software and install and deinstall a lot. Sucks for software that requires a reboot to finish installations. SO won’t be able to finish tracing.

    But I must warn you guys, don’t use it blindly.
    Check the logs before you agree to remove their content. There are entries that shouldn’t be there. And it can happen that other software won’t work when it deletes those entries.
    I had this when removing Camtasia Studio trial via Soft Organizer… afterwards my Magix video editing software wouldn’t start anymore. Got a DLL error. I could repeat this behaviour. Since then I check the logs and delete entries that shouldn’t get removed and had no such problem anymore.

    By default the tool creates a restore point.
    Nice idea with the reinstall just to have an uninstall log.

  32. pepe

    Reply to this comment#23OLD COMMENT

    [@TrustLater] Hi, I haven’t use this program before, but judging by it’s description it monitors software installations the same way the Comodo Programs Manager does. I’ve been using the latter for quite some time now and I like it’s ability to restore monitored and then uninstalled application from previously manually made installer (a SFX compressed archive). I also like the fact that CPM automatically monitors any installation in the background, although I must mention that in few cases – even though the installation was reported as successfully monitored by CPM – it wouldn’t list it afterwards among installed and monitored programs. Most of the time it works just fine (and fast).

    Would you know if SoftOrganizer aka FullUninstall can create self executable installers from monitored software installations? How would you compare it to CPM? Thanks!

  33. majoMo

    Reply to this comment#22OLD COMMENT

    [@Ashraf] thanks a lot for to update to v. 3.33.

  34. g. malot

    Reply to this comment#21OLD COMMENT

    Hello there,
    It’s a long-awaited ( at least for me ), easy to handle, much welcome product, because the standard uninstallers don’t
    REALLY uninstall programs, they only pretend to, and leave heaps of rubbish after operating their so-called uninstallation. Lots of thanks and carry-on.

  35. TrustLater

    Reply to this comment#20OLD COMMENT

    I loV3 this Program. Have been using it for about three years when it was still called FullUninstall (which is a better name IMO.) Besides their GREAT tech support, the best feature is that you can immediately see all the changes made during a software’s monitored installation and, in the case of the Registry, jump to any entry right from the program’s interface. The only complaint that I have is that it is very, very s-l-o-w in preparing-to-trace and in preparing-to-display installation results. To be fair though, it has a lot of work to do.

    @SaNad @Freeze – Hello. If you have already uninstalled a program using its own uninstaller or any third-party utility, then even SoftOrganizer will probably not be able to locate/remove all remaining traces. The information necessary to do that simply will no longer be available in Windows. Many programs, especially antivirus programs for example, are notorious for leaving behind traces that only their own special-built tools can find.

    A trick I use, in these cases, is to REINSTALL the program while monitoring the reinstall with something like SoftOrganizer and then uninstalling it with the same tool. Now, you can be reasonably sure that everything will be found and removed. Ciao. :)

  36. Cristi

    Reply to this comment#19OLD COMMENT

    Thank you very much.

  37. Alexey

    Reply to this comment#18OLD COMMENT

    Good giveaway!

  38. Jimmy

    Reply to this comment#17OLD COMMENT

    Thank you for the giveaway

  39. Cheyenne

    Reply to this comment#16OLD COMMENT

    Thank you very much for this software. I installed it on a Win7 64 bit computer with no problems. It has a very good help file, and the interface was easy to figure out and work with.

  40. sabbath

    Reply to this comment#15OLD COMMENT

    Thank you very much. Soft organizer is the best software uninstaller I’ve ever had

  41. mishasin

    Reply to this comment#14OLD COMMENT

    Thank you very much for this great giveaway. Soft Organizer is very efficient uninstaller (it monitors changes made to the system during installation of apps).
    Best regards

  42. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#13OLD COMMENT

    @Everyone: We just updated this giveaway to the latest v3.33; if you already downloaded v3.32, you will need to download this again for v3.33. Enjoy!

  43. user

    Reply to this comment#12OLD COMMENT

    Thank you..

  44. jack

    Reply to this comment#11OLD COMMENT

    Thanks for the uninstaller – nice software!

  45. SaNad

    Reply to this comment#10OLD COMMENT

    tyvm Freeze :))

  46. Freeze

    Reply to this comment#9OLD COMMENT


    Yes, this is exactly what this program is intended for,

  47. tran vinh

    Reply to this comment#8OLD COMMENT

    merci de votre logiciel

  48. SaNad

    Reply to this comment#7OLD COMMENT

    forgive what may seem slightly off-topic but …
    can this software find registry entries that shouldn’t be there?
    e.g. leftovers from previously deleted programs
    if not – please, does anyone know of a program that could do this?
    I’d be more than grateful for any information regarding this.
    Thanks so much :)

  49. Kruk

    Reply to this comment#6OLD COMMENT

    Great program. Much better than Revo Uninstaller. Except uninstalling, it allows you to check for updates for your installed programs

  50. conceptualclarity

    Reply to this comment#5OLD COMMENT

    Is this another one of those programs that monitors an installation, and if not everything was turned of during the installation, you are in danger of removing something you didn’t want to remove when preforming an uninstall?

  51. rohflesh

    Reply to this comment#4OLD COMMENT

    [@majoMo] it was PDFTiger – I tried him out to uninstall but after the entire operation farther was in the system
    I apologise for my English :)

  52. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#3OLD COMMENT

    [@rohflesh] You haven’t even downloaded it from us yet, otherwise it would say “verified owner” by your name o_O

  53. majoMo

    Reply to this comment#2OLD COMMENT

    [@rohflesh] @ rohflesh, can you elucidate me about ‘random soft’? What is that?
    Thanks in advance.

  54. rohflesh

    Reply to this comment#1OLD COMMENT

    its not work for me – example – i cant uniinstal random soft :(

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

Technical Details

  • Developed by ChemTable
  • Version is v3.40
  • Download size is 12.5 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8/8.1 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/50