DCT Giveaway: Ashampoo Uninstaller 5

Winners have now been drawn – and the winning names are:
  1. SK
  2. Have
  3. Dave
  4. baldeagleretired
  5. Mike Markwick
  6. rodney
  7. Shiri
  8. Cheryl
  9. Robert Rozijn
  10. Matthew Nunez


Congratulations to all winners and thanks to everyone who entered.

***DCT Exclusive***

Compliments of our good and generous friends at Ashampoo we have 10 full licenses for Ashampoo Uninstaller 5 to give away to our subscribers. This is the very latest version of this terrific software, just released on September 19th and  incorporating all new monitoring technology as well as many other improvements and additions.

For your chance to win one of the licenses, simply submit a reply to this article with a comment… comments can be anything but we’d prefer if you commented on the Ashampoo Uninstaller 5 software… Giveaway ends 14th October

*If your comment doesn’t appear immediately it’s because first comments must be moderated… it will appear shortly!

Uninstalling programs can be a right pain in the you know what. Even those uninstallers built into applications specifically for the purpose tend to leave associated files and registry items behind. These leftover bits and pieces accumulate and can often create conflicts and other issues. There is only one method which is automatic and guarantees a totally complete uninstall, and that is system monitoring. With version 5, Ashampoo has now taken that methodology to a whole new level:

Installation Monitoring 2.0

No more before-after-comparisons. Ashampoo UnInstaller 5 monitors file and system operations in real time with smart filtering technology, rendering CPU-intensive logging operations obsolete.

Download is a tick over 17.0MB,  it goes without saying that it is 100% clean. However, if you don’t want to allow all of the changes/extras, I suggest you utilize the ‘Custom’ install option which then enables deselection of any unwanted items. Otherwise, just go ahead with the Express installation:

Uninstaller 5’s main interface retains the high level of intuitiveness we’ve come to expect from Ashampoo software, with no unnecessary clutter and nice big buttons clearly defined for primary operations:

Ashampoo Uninstaller 5 is an excellent professional uninstaller, but there is so much more to it than that. Incorporating a wide array of useful tools, it pretty much becomes your one-stop maintenance suite. I knew Ashampoo included some extra tools but I had no idea there were so many, and catering for so many areas. I’ll let the pictures do the talking:

System tools:

Administration tools:                                                                                                 File tools:


 General tools:                                                                                                             Windows tools:


How’s that for a WOW factor!! And you now have a chance to win this fantastic software absolutely free (normally sells for $39.99us).

Read more about Ashampoo Uninstaller 5 on the HOME PAGE.



  • Post one reply to this article. We would prefer if you commented on Ashampoo Uninstaller 5 or told us a little about yourself.
  • Comments must be posted before 00:01(EST) on 14th October. Any replies after the cut off will be deleted and will not count.
  • Post only one comment! Users who abuse this rule may have all replies deleted and be banned from the contest.
  • On October 15th, 10 replies will be chosen by random number generator as winners of 1 FREE license each.
  • Winners can claim their licenses by submitting a contact form which will be available once the draw has been completed and winning names published… *Please read this Important Announcement.
  • Winners must claim their license within 14 days. Unclaimed licenses after that time may be re-drawn.


Another great product from Ashampoo… thank you once again Ashampoo!!

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Jim Hillier

Jim is the resident freeware aficionado at DCT. A computer veteran with 30+ years experience who first started writing about computers and tech back in the days when freeware was actually free. His first computer was a TRS-80 in the 1980s, he progressed through the Commodore series of computers before moving to PCs in the 1990s. Now retired (aka an old geezer), Jim retains his passion for all things tech and still enjoys building and repairing computers for a select clientele... as well as writing for DCT, of course.

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