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Epic Privacy Browser Installer,

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#1 cafejose


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Posted 31 December 2017 - 03:15 AM

I believe this, and npEpicUpdate3.dll  should not be allowed on my laptop computer  (Windows Vista sp2).  I tried to install Epic Browser a few days ago, it did not work, and my Firefox ESR browser showed an item npEpicUpdate3.dll, Epic Privacy Browser Installer as an extension.  Also,  AdwCleaner v 7.0.6  found two Registry items, one of which refered to "Epic"; both items named as  "adware.pcoptiomizer"; and I allowed AdwCleaner to remove these items.  



I still find there is  npEpicUpdate3.dll      C:\Users\nameOfUser\AppData\Local\Epic Privacy Browser\Installer\   on the machine.  



I believe I should be allowed to remove this simply by deletion, but just to be sure, I ask HOW TO DO IT?


The computer is otherwise behaving normally.  Firefox iESRtself has been slow for several weeks, long long before trying to install Epic Browser; and Ice Dragon, similar to and based on Firefox, behaves faster than Firefox; and Opera is faster still.  Otherwise, computer behavior is good.

Thanks for any advice or guidance.

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