Anonymous 2 years ago • updated by Unchecky 2 years ago 6
My computer started malfunctioning when your program got installed by who-knows-how in my computer and it destroyed the search engine, and now I can't REMOVE or UNINSTALL your UNCHECKY UGLY PROGRAM from my computer.
There is no customer support to remove it for those that are no fans of your program. I have the right because It is my personal computer You don't have any right to enter my computer, without my consent!
Please help me take it out, I need to work and keep moving forward... instead of delaying cause bugs from your site!
Unchecky 2 years ago
Please see the FAQ for uninstallation instructions:
Let us know if you need more help.
Anonymous 3 years ago • updated by Unchecky 2 years ago 2
uninstall these garbage out rig now
Anonymous 2 years ago • updated by Unchecky 2 years ago 5
My attorney is sitting right beside me. I did not register for this program and it is destroying my hardware. Attempts to uninstall it have been in vain. Remove unchecky from my system immediately, or i will file suit against your corporation and all of its subsidiaries. Anita Biase
Anonymous 4 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 3 years ago 3
I HATE programs that auto update (with the exception, obviously of antivirus). 90% of problems I've had with my computer have been the result of programs that auto-updated--and broke something.

Is there a way to choose to get notifications of available updates? Auto-update is a real deal breaker, as far as I'm concerned.
RaMMicHaeL 3 years ago
If a new version of Unchecky is going to cause problems, how does the fact that it was installed manually (and not automatically) change anything?
If you think you know better, Unchecky provides an option to disable automatic updates under Advanced settings.

Notifications about new versions are not planned for the near future. The best I can offer now is making an RSS feed of the changelog available. Then, you could use an RSS reader to get notifications about new versions. Is that good enough?