You would think that one person would recomend using a third party uninstaller because thiYou would think that one person would recomend using a third party uninstaller because this program associates itself in every way with the personalization of the desktop including registry keys and display settings and does a poor job at it at thats program associates itself in every way with the personalization of the desktop including registry keys and display settings and does a poor job at it at that
Actually it's usually just easier to let Revo do it for you. All the keys created by DeskScapes are stored in HKLM\Software\Stardock and HKCU\Software\Stardock. Removing the DeskScapes entries here is more than enough. All other keys are created by Windows for things like class libraries (for the .dream extension, etc.)
Also you'd think that someone would have posted that in order to get Dreamscene working properly again that one would have to first disable the application from starting, disable it as a windows feature, uninstall the update, then reinstall it, rebooting after each step in order to get Dreamscene operational again.
Sounds like a roundabout way to do things, and I'm not sure what Windows Feature you disabled, but if it works for you, great! If for some reason you do happen to uninstall Impulse before the applications installed through it in the future (not sure why you would do this if DeskScapes is what's causing issues) you can use the following removal tool to uninstall the application:
Also, for future reference, I would suggest describing the problem you're having first if you want help, as opposed to immediately drawing parallels to cow excrement.