Release Date: October 18, 2003.
Nasty File Remover (or NFR), is a small and simple to use tool that scans system folder for driver files (such as nvidia, creative, ati etc etc) and presents the user with a list. You can delete selected files / create a bat file to execute when and where you see fit and even create a standard zip file for backup.
The application has been developed as a wizard, so in order to take advantage of its features it's enough to follow a few steps. This comes in handy, as it prevents you from removing files that can further damage your system.
First of all, you have to select the driver type and the folder where the unnecessary files may be found. You can change the path whenever you want, so it's no problem if the app doesn't detect the correct folder.
There are two available options in the main window, “Quit if only one version is found” and “Select all files after scan”.
Nasty File Remover comes in handy especially when trying to install a new version of a specific driver, in which case it's recommended to use the application only after uninstalling the old version. This way, you can make sure that no leftovers are still on the system, allowing the new drivers to work properly.
All in all, it's pretty obvious that Nasty File Remover can be loaded on any computer, old or new, and it works on all Windows versions. Plus, it doesn't affect performance in any way and, what's more, it's really effective and performs a clean install of your new graphic driver.
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