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Unchecky 1.1

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Unchecky is a small and lightweight application that has been designed to keep potentially unwanted programs off your computer by keeping your checkboxes clear during file installations.

The application works by automatically unchecking unrelated offers during the installation process. This in turn saves time and effort in clicks and it makes it less likely to miss a checkbox of an unwanted offer or potentially unwanted program (pup).

Overall, Unchecky is a small and lightweight application that runs silently in the background of your computer. It uses only a small amount of system resources and can potentially protect your system against installing unsolicited browsers or applications that you didn't intend to install.

Titolo: Unchecky 1.1
Nome del file: unchecky_setup.exe
Dimensione del file: 1.30MB (1,358,552 byte)
Requisiti: Windows (Tutte le versioni)
Lingue: In più lingue
Licenza: Freeware
Data di inserimento: ottobre 3, 2017
Autore: Reason Software Company Inc.
www.builtwithreason.com
MD5 Checksum: 4EB0EDFE6B8E85012C4DDC65BD77B624

Added an option to exclude selected programs, so that they won't be handled by Unchecky.
Added an option to create (or not create) a desktop icon during installation.
Added support for handling offers in the Microsoft Edge browser, and improved support for Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Made Unchecky use a constant path during an update, so that it can be whitelisted in security software such as the Windows Firewall.
Added support for DVDStyler.
Improved support for GOM Player.
Improved support for µTorrent.
Improved support for Baixaki Downloader.
Improved support for offers which appear in multiple installers (including iFunbox, Cheat Engine, and EaseUS Todo Backup).
Removed several false positive detections (WinSCP, Debugging Tools for Windows, MPC-HC, and Reg Organizer).
Fixed a compatibility issue with PRO100.

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