Windows Installer Cleanup Utility

windowsinstallercleanuputility.jpg Microsoft is such a dear. They provided the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility in their knowledgebase. What it does is, it can fix or remove corrupted installation files if you just can’t get an application to install or remove completely. Designed to be the final line of defense, it’s pretty much a “hail mary” play to see if you can get rid of it and start fresh or even just get rid of it.
This works with all types of application installations including Windows components that you didn’t install at the beginning. You know… like when you’re installing Pinball on a machine that your system administrator has locked down, and you accidentally corrupted the configuration file on the setup? Just like that time.
What do you mean you don’t remember that incident?
Who you trying to play for a fool here?
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