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Is activeris malware?

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FastAgain PC Booster is an application meant to improve the performance of your computer. If you don't remember installing it and you want to remove it, try a file removal application, such as... 
FastAgain PC Booster was created by Microsoft Gold Certified Partners and is definitely not malware. It's a very reliable and good registry cleaner. There's uninstall directions on the website,... 
Gee, I installed it and it sure acted like "Security Sheild". It told me that I had a lot of High risk problems and then it wouldn't go away when I declined purchasing it.  
Even though I was never able to use it, I cannot get rid of it.  
Any program that requires you to visit their website to uninstall that program is malware, no ifs ands or buts. I just helped a friend get rid of this piece of garbage. He could not get rid of the... 
reinstaller fastagain pc, en my computer  
Yes, and if you look through the program you will find it hard to get hold of the proper people to get help. It is on my desktop, I deleted it from the control panel and it is still on my computer.... 
THANKS FOR THE WARNINGS. I HAD A SIMILAR PROBLEM WITH ANOTHER OUTFIT THAT ALSO CLAIMED FREE PC SOFTWARE TO CLEAN OUT ALL MY PC PROBLEMS ETC. I DOWNLOADED AND THEY HAD ME ON THE PHONE FOR AN HOUR... 
Ive found all these sites useless, every time I try to get rid of PC Boost, it just says, there seems to be part of it running, and there is no way of stopping it, Tony West ... 

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