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Tune Up Utilities 2012

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by Debda15, Jan 12, 2013.

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    Hi, I recently chose to work with someone using the Soluto program and he found some issue with a program called "alot" that is connected to something I downloaded called Tune Up Utilities 2012, which I paid for. I have been reading for weeks about how to uninstall this Tune Up Utilities 2012 and there is such a wide variety of info on how to do this. I attempted to use my control panel uninstall and that did not work. This Tune Up Utilities 2012 is set up so that you can not uninstall it manually either, from what I have read. I am wondering if it is important to get rid of this software, and if so, what is the best way to uninstall it? Do I need to get an uninstaller program? Or if it is fine to keep it, maybe I ought to upgrade to the 2013 version and not worry about the "alot" program. Maybe it is time to uninstall Soluto and not use that anymore with the fellow who first pointed out this issue. I am really unsure what to do. I originally got the Tune Up Utilities as it advertises to help speed up my computer. If it is going to be more problematic to get rid of it, maybe I ought to leave it alone? Not sure. Thank you for any ideas. Debda15.
     
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