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#1 KalinaCookieEater

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Posted 30 June 2015 - 09:56 PM

my macbook is running very slow. it says i need to clean it or it'll crash. it keeps referring me to mackeeper but i dont have money to pay for it. i dont know anything about computers ive tried cleaning it and my MacBook says its clean and healthy but still gives me popups about mackeeper



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#2 Buddyme2

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Posted 01 July 2015 - 01:59 AM

http://www.macworld.com/article/2861868/how-to-remove-mackeeper-part-ii-the-pop-up-edition.html



#3 Kasich

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Posted 19 July 2015 - 10:02 PM

MacKeeper is not a wise choice, you'd better uninstall it completely as the guide Buddyme2 suggested. To clean your Mac, you can choose the freeware like MacClean and OnyX. Alternatively, you can choose the paid one like CleanMyMac - $40. 

 

To speed up our Macs, we can also do those stpes:

1. Reduce autostarting programs in Login Items

2. Verify and repair disk permissions from Disk Utility 

3. Upgrade to a newer version OS X

4. Reinstall from scratch

5. Upgrade your hard drive to an SSD/Upgrade RAM. 

 

Cheers! 



#4 dante12

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Posted 20 July 2015 - 11:49 AM

Download Malwarebytes Antimalware for Mac, open the DMG file and move the app to your Desktop or Program Folder. 

Start the app and scan for Adware.

Go to the menu Scanner and Choose Take System Snapshot from there.

Copy the result and paste it here.






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