That's O.k. just tell your friend to make himself clear is all, we all have a sense of humor at least i hope we do. One other thing, you might want to do this yourself, i found five leftover drivers in my Device manager, here's the instructions to remove leftover software.. I got this from PC Tools..
P.S. Tell your beta team to build a better uninstaller..
I have found that many deleted programs, especially anti-malware programs leave drivers behind that can conflict with all kinds of current programs and slows the boot as well. I have found many that impacted Spyware Doctor.
Before you do the following procedure, check the Services to make sure no old deleted services are still active. Many software utilities do a very bad job of uninstalling.
In order to show hidden devices:
1. Right click My Computer and Select Properties
2. Click Advanced tab
3. Click Environment Variables
4. Below the bottom Environment Variables window pane (System Variables), click New
5. For Variable Name, enter devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices
6. For Variable Value enter 1
7. Click OK. OK to close My Computer
Now open Device Manager, click on View, select show hidden devices from the menu. Most of the orphans will be in non-plug and play drivers and the icons will appear grayed out. You can right click the grayed out driver and click uninstall.
If you do not know what the driver is, bing it prior to deletion so you undertand what you are deleting.
I hope this helps someone with performance problems.
Note: I have also found that some old deleted programs leave behind drivers that are still active (not grayed out). The best solution is to disable them, re-boot and then go back and delete them.