Filling up your computer with all sorts of tools, games, and other applications can clog it up because each modifies certain registries to properly work and might create conflicts with others, including the well-functioning of Windows. This is why it's a good idea to clean it up from time to time, with applications like Power Software Wiper being suitable candidates for this task.

Although Windows comes equipped with its own feature that lets you remove applications, alternatives specialize on this task and come with more utilities and enhanced features. As a plus, you might also find alternatives easier to use, which is also the case with this one.

An intuitive design quickly gets you up and running, with all installed applications cleverly displayed in a list along with info such as a short description, publisher and path you can open with a single click. In addition, there's also the possibility to switch to icons or list view for your convenience.

A side panel, which you can hide for better navigation, is home to all controls you need. Thorough application details can be accessed and saved locally for later processing. Moreover, with the help of an integrated search engine you can quickly find items of interest.

The uninstall process is done through the target application's default system for basic removal. However, Power Software Wiper triggers an automatic scan on your registries and asks whether or not to remove those left behind and of no further use, for a little extra boost in efficiency.

Furthermore, a separate tab takes you to a list of applications that automatically launch at startup. These can either be disabled in case you want to enable them again later on, or directly removed. Sadly, there's no possibility to add custom ones.

To sum it up, Power Software Wiper is a utility you might want to keep around if you install and remove applications on a daily basis. It's not the best of its kind, but the overall design gets you quickly up and running and gets the job properly done. This is thanks to a registry editor and scanner prior to removal, as well as the startup items manager which are sure to give back more power to your computer.