Total Uninstall work in three ways I think. It takes a snap shot before ( Then appearers to hang ) waits for you to choose a program, as that program runs; any changes are monitored by TU ( working in the background ) which will ask you to run the program at least once; even if that program asks for a Re-Boot.
If after a Re-Boot TU will still be monitoring, then give you a before and after install changes, with the option to import a log; which will automatically go into the installed program folder, just in case you have any difficultly un-installing in x time down the line.
The only thing that worried me to start with, is when I used TU to un-install a program; it chucked out a error message saying it couldn't delete some files. Which turned out to be " .tmp " files, and they got cleared out on next Re-Boot / shut down.
This is how it runs on my " Win ME ", other OS might be slightly different? ??
Edited by El_Tel, 05 December 2007 - 02:51 AM.