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  • #12687884 Reply | Quote


    Have something to say about Process Checker by WinUtilities? Say it here!

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    Didn’t ever have this before yet it registered without me inputting the Registration Code and it used my own name, which was good because there was no other name included in the registration instructions.🤔🤔🤔

    Thank You SoS and WinUtilities for this useful software!

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    Oh and just a little question.

    Why was Roboform bundled in with Process Checker in the SoS hub.exe?

    I’m not complaining, it’s just that I have my own Password program and it threw me for a few moments as to what I should do about downloading Process Checker.

    Was it a mistake or an intentional extra?

    If it was intentional I would have liked to have been told so I knew what I could possibly be downloading onto my PC through the SoS hub.exe.

    Yours respectfully

    #12690872 Reply | Quote


    [@hardysmifff] RoboForm will not be downloaded onto your computer if you say ‘No’. It is only downloaded if you explicitly say ‘Yes’.

    #12691580 Reply | Quote


    About Roboform: Is it the “Free” or “Everywhere” version? Do we get a registration key?

    #12691984 Reply | Quote


    I went to the software company’s website http://www.pcclean.io/process-checker/ and was greeted with a warning FAKE message from another website saying my system was damaged and to install their software. Do I trust a company that take you to spam/phishing pages. NO THANK YOU.

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    I downloaded and installed but cannot find where to enter the registration key.

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    Problems Found:
    Some of the screens show a details view at the bottom. These have two links “More information” and “Comment It”

    When clicking on Comment it shows:

    Oops! That page can’t be found.

    It looks like nothing was found at this location. Maybe try one of the links below or a search?

    #12692888 Reply | Quote



    When you get the file download, the extra text explains that if you have this program from before, you will not be prompted to enter the license.

    Even if you did not specifically have this as a single program, but did have WinUtilities installed, it will use that license.

    Click the Help | About and you should see who it is licensed to.

    #12689243 Reply | Quote


    Really interesting what is gonna be better here than http://www.emptyloop.com/unlocker/ ?
    Could someone tell?

    #12690210 Reply | Quote

    mat richy

    This offer site has some bug and its reported by the antivirus.


    clicking on the site screen take to another


    #12690816 Reply | Quote


    And just one other item, there is a free program by IObit.com called IObit Unlocker that I have been using for a while now.
    It doesn’t have as many bells and whistles as Process Checker, but it does unlock and delete files that can’t be deleted due to being used or locked by other programs.


    once again Thank you SoS

    Yours respectfully

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    The URL “http://www.pcclean.io/process-checker/” works fine for me. What you are seeing is an indication that your browser has been hijacked. If their website had ads (as far as I can tell, they don’t), you could get a message from a different website. You should run a full virus scan to check things out, and another great option is to have a HOSTS file that blocks known bad websites.

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    Mike OD

    I am not impressed whatsoever by this program, as it uses the #1 spyware/data mining company in the world, Google,to connect to it’s database when you inquire about just what’s running. I uninstalled immediately upon learning there was Googoo anything on my pc! My business is absolutely none of theirs!

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    Clicked on the link “Process Checker” in the main article

    And Norton tossed up an Alert: “An intrusion attempt by bodelen.com was blocked. “Web Attach: Fake Tech Support Domains. Network traffic from bodelen.com… matches the signature of a known attack.”

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