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2015-05-15, 16:56 #1
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A friend of mine keeps getting this pop-up claiming
problems. I told him not to click on anything it suggests.
I haven't seen it and hence can't provide more details
Is anyone familiar with this
2015-05-15, 17:08 #2jwoodsGuest
It appears to be "dubious ware" (you can download it from CNET)...some love it, some hate it.
Suggest your friend create a System Restore point first, then do the following...
1. Download and run "adwCleaner".
2. Download and run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware".
3. Download and run "Junkware Removal Tool".
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2015-05-16, 09:48 #3
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It seems to be a legitimate "PC tune up" utility with some nasty advertising habits.
Personally, I never use PC tune up software as it is usually less than useful. If you want to keep your computer clean of leftover files etc, try CCleaner free.
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