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Thank you all of you very much indeed for your kind suggestions.
I have ever said that this program isn't good. However, I have installed it and let it scan for issues. On the other hand, I have never clicked on the 'fixed issues' button at all. I will be deciding to remove it from my computer right now.
I would like to ask you why those programmers design such quite a bad program? Do they want to fake other quite good programs in order to falsify the reputation of the programmers who have designed them?
When I uninstall a program from my computer,I notice sometimes that there are remains of that program, such as folders, and shortcuts icon. et cetera. Why do these remains not remove?
Although I have used the 'Your uninstalled! 7' program for uninstalling a program, those remains of a program sometimes still don't remove.
Thus, I decided to use such a program, CCleaner or another one to remove these remains.
Are there any programs which remove these remains of the uninstalling programs?
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I have ever (never?) said that this program isn't good. However, I have installed it and let it scan for issues. On the other hand, But I have never clicked on the 'fixed ("fix"?) issues' button at all. I will decide be deciding to remove it from my computer right now. (you have not removed it yet.)
I would like to ask you why those your programmers design such quite a bad program.? Do they want to copy fake other quite good programs in order to besmirch falsify the reputation of the programmers who have designed them?
When I uninstall a program from my computer,I notice sometimes that there are remains of that program, such as folders, and a shortcuts icon. et cetera. Why are these remains not removed?
Although I have used the 'Your uninstalled! 7' program for uninstalling this program, certain remnants those remains of the program are sometimes still there.don't remove.
Thus, I decided to use such a program, CCleaner or another one to remove these remains.
Are there any programs which remove these remains of the uninstalling uninstaller programs?
AlpheccaStarsI have ever (never?) said that this program isn't good.
I was intending to say that I have known that that program is not good before I get my answer of my suspicion for this program.
AlpheccaStarsI would like to ask you why those your programmers design such quite a bad program.?
Is 'quite' as 'very'? So, I wanted to modify 'bad' with 'quite'.
AlpheccaStarsDo they want to copy fake other quite good programs in order to besmirch falsify the reputation of the programmers who have designed them?
Does 'falsify' not convey the same meaning?
AlpheccaStarsWhy are these remains not removed?
As long as you didn't remarked this "Are there any programs which remove these remains of the uninstalling uninstaller programs?', I think both: why are these remains not removed?" and " why are remains not removed? are correct
AlpheccaStarsThus, I decided to use such a program,
I meant with 'such a program ' the program which I was suspecting about.
AlpheccaStarsAre there any programs which remove these remains of the uninstalling uninstaller programs?
Why did you say "uninstaller'? Why did you not say " uninstalling/installed program? I think 'uninstaller' would convey 'wizard which performs the process of uninstalling.
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Mohammad LardhiI was intending to say that I have known that that program is not good before I get my answer of my suspicion for this program.
OK, then say: I knew this program was bad before I installed it.
Mohammad LardhiIs 'quite' as 'very'? So, I wanted to modify 'bad' with 'quite'.
We do not use such and quite together.
The programmers designed such a bad program.
The programmers designed a very bad program.
The programmers designed quite a bad program.
Mohammad LardhiDoes 'falsify' not convey the same meaning?
No. It means that the name itself is wrong.
It really does not make sense in this context.
Mohammad Lardhiwhy are these remains not removed?" and " why are remains not removed?
Remains are most often used to mean body parts, or in archaeology. (eg. human remains, the remains of a Greek temple.)
Remnants is a better word for bits of software that are left behind.
Mohammad LardhiWhy did you say "uninstaller'? Why did you not say " uninstalling/installed program?
The technical name for this kind of program is an "uninstaller."
Thank you very much.

You remarked 'these' here as wrong. [why are these remains not removed?" and " why are remains not removed?]

So my question is:

As long as you didn't remark ''these' as wrong in "Are there any programs which remove these remains of the uninstalling uninstaller programs?', I think both: why are these remains not removed?" and " why are remains not removed? are correct

Finally:
AlpheccaStarsMohammad Lardhi Does 'falsify' not convey the same meaning?No. It means that the name itself is wrong. It really does not make sense in this context.
I really didn't get the answer of why you removed 'Falsify' and 'fake'
Mohammad LardhiI really didn't get the answer of why you removed 'Falsify' and 'fake'
It is because the definitions of "fake" and "falsify" do not fit.

You can use "counterfeit" which means to make a copy of something valuable and claim that it is the real thing in order to deceive buyers.
It is an illegal activity to make fake Rolex watches, or to counterfeit a $100 bill.
Mohammad LardhiYou remarked 'these' here as wrong. [why are these remains not removed?" and " why are remains not removed?]
You misread my edit:

I notice sometimes that there are remains of that program, such as folders, and a shortcuts icon. et cetera. Why are these not removed?

Again, I would use "remnants" instead of "remains."
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Thank you so much indeed.

Fake:
made to look like something else, especially something expensive

fake fur /pearls /leather

a fake tan

Finally: my question in this question is : [why are these remnants not removed?] You said that "remnants" is not correct to be written. WHY?
Finally: my question in this question is : [why are these remnants not removed?] You said that "remnants" is not correct to be written. WHY?

It is not incorrect. It is just a better writing style to use a pronoun (these) to refer to the lengthy noun phrase that you have mentioned in the previous sentence..

I notice sometimes that there are remnants of that program, such as folders, and a shortcuts icon. et cetera. Why are these (these = folders, shortcut, etc.) not removed?