Software Update: Bulk Crap Uninstaller 4.14

Klocman Software has released version 4.14 of Bulk Crap Uninstaller. Released under an open source license, this program can be used to remove several programs and Windows Store apps from your computer at once. It first performs the standard uninstall procedure and then scans the computer for leftover shortcuts and registry keys to remove those as well. Afterwards, external programs such as CCleaner can also be started. Finally, it includes a start-up manager, which can be used to disable programs that start with Windows. The following changes and improvements have been made in this release:

Features and fixes

  • Added detection for applications installed by Scoop
  • Added export command to bcu-console and updated help
  • Added “App” and “Game” folders to potential executable folder names
  • Added App.config to bcu-console, fixes some issues
  • Added search engine
  • Added context menu to uninstall progress list to help with accessibility
  • Improved certificate caching, startup speedup after 1st start if cachin is enabled
  • Improved loading times by using Everything search engine if installed
  • Improved detection of application binary folders – better portable/unregistered scan and exe detection
  • Fixed BCU console not scanning some application stores
  • Fixed ComScanner crashing on some registry configurations
  • Fixed crash on invalid COM entries
  • Fixed crashes on some Japanese systems
  • Fixed main application list being unresponsive during uninstaller processing


  • Added partial Japanese translation (very limited)
  • Fixed some tr translations not being used

Version number 4.14
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 10
Website Klocman software
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License type GPL