Windows users, more than anyone else are targets for sneaky installers that add unwanted programs to your computer, and hijacking toolbars to your browsers. If you keep installing bundled sneakware, your computer will become erratic and start becoming unresponsive — and if you let it go on and on, it will start doing odd things — and finally if you install enough sneakware — you’ll end up re-installing Windows.
Unchecky isn’t an antimalware, antivirus, or antispyware. Let’s just say it watches your back. It makes sure that sneakware boxes are unchecked if they’re checked — although it does give you the open to re-check them…let’s say if you’re a masochist, for example
So think of Unchecky as a friend who watches your back. You’ll still need a good antimalware and antivirus, but Unchecky is a great program that can help you keep some of the unwanted software from installing on your computer in the first place.
Does it work 100%? Nope. But it does work most of the time. Are you better off with Unchecky than without? Indeed you are. Keep; in mind that Unchecky is a work in progress and it’s not perfect. But even if it prevents you from unknowingly installing most of the unwanted software you’re sure to encounter. If you download freeware, that makes it worth having.
Here’s a little snippet from Unchecky:
Tired of unchecking unrelated offers while installing software?
Have you ever felt, while installing software, that the installer tries to push additional unwanted programs at all cost? Ever missed a checkbox, and spent hours afterwards removing adware? Ever opened your browser after an installation, only to find out that you have a new homepage, a new search engine, or even a new browser? Unchecky aims to keep potentially unwanted programs out of your computer.
We’re always looking out for things to help you keep your computer running well and keep you safe. While no software program can possibly protect your computer 100% of the time from 100% of the threats you’ll encounter online, Unchecky can help you keep sneaky software off of your computer.
Get more information and/or download Unchecky from www.unchecky.com .