he complaints about Mackeeper 3.22 Crack are all over the shop: It’s a virus. It holds your machine hostage until you pay up. It can’t be completely removed if you decide to delete it. Instead of speeding up your computer, it slows it down. It erases your hard drive, deletes photos, and disappears documents. There are protests about MacKeeper’s annual subscription fees. Zeobit is slammed for seedy marketing tactics. It runs pop-under ads, plants sock-puppet reviews and encourages sleazy affiliate sites, critics say.
But what’s really strange is that MacKeeper has been almost universally praised by professional reviewers. All week I’ve been checking out reviews on the Web and I can’t find a bad one.
Remove MacKeeper from the Mac menu bar
If you click on the Mackeeper 3.22 Keygen Key menu in Mac’s menu bar you won’t find a Quit command, which might lead you to believe that it can’t be quiet. Force-quitting doesn’t seem to work either.
To remove the MacKeeper icon from the menu bar:
- Launch the MacKeeper app in the Applications folder.
- Click on the MacKeeper menu and then select Preferences.
- Click on the General tab.
- Uncheck the box for Show MacKeeper icon in menu bar.
Now you can quit MacKeeper. If this is your first time running it, no, you don’t have to activate MacKeeper or sign on for any of its services. Just choose Quit from the MacKeeper application menu or press Command-Q.
- Go to the Applications folder on your Mac.
- Drag the MacKeeper app to the Trash.
- You may be prompted for your administrator’s password. Enter it, click OK, and the MacKeeper app will move to the Trash.
- Another pop-up will appear that is very similar to the previous one. It asks if you are sure you want to uninstall MacKeeper. Enter your password and click OK.
Optional MacKeeper ‘Sad to see you go’ survey
After you uninstall Mackeeper 3.22 License Key, Safari will launch a page from mackeeper.com. It’s a survey, asking why you uninstalled the software. You don’t have to fill it out. You can quit Safari and ignore it.
How to remove the remaining MacKeeper bits
Not all of the Mackeeper 3.22 Cracked software bits are removed. Crumbs might remain.
A MacKeeper Backups folder isn’t removed. You can find it in your Home folder (In the Finder, click on Go > Home or press Shift-Command-H.) You can toss this folder into the Trash.
There are a few other places you might want to check to make sure any remaining bits are removed. The most recent version of MacKeeper (3.20.8) as of this writing did get all of these on the uninstall, but it’s still smart to double-check.
The following may be found in your Mac’s Library folder. To access this Library folder, hold down the Option key and, in the Finder, choose Go > Library. You can toss these files in the Trash if you find them.
- ~/Library/Application Support/MacKeeper Helper. Inside this MacKeeper Helper folder is a NoticeEngine.plugin file. Go ahead and toss the MacKeeper Helper folder and this file will disappear right along with it.
- ~/Library/Application Support/MacKeeper Helper
Now just empty the Trash and vow to stay far, far away from MacKeeper forever and ever.
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Pop goes the pop-ups
If you downloaded Mackeeper 3.22 Serial Key “legitimately” (as in, from MacKeeper.com), it’s possible you aren’t seeing a ton of pop-up and pop-under ads in your browser. But if you happened to pick up MacKeeper from downloading software through a third-party clearinghouse, your browsers may be infected by insidious ads that harass you to install MacKeeper and basically won’t let you do anything else. It’s the worst. But you can make it go away.
Stop pop-ups in Safari
First, quit Safari. Even this might be harder than just pressing Command-Q. If a bunch of pop-ups keeps appearing that don’t go away when you click OK or Cancel, you’ll have to force-quit Safari by pressing Command-Option-Escape, choosing Safari in the list, and clicking Force Quit. Now if you relaunch Safari the normal way, those pop-ups will come right back, so instead, launch it while holding down Shift to prevent the last session’s windows from reloading.
Now look for extensions and cookies MacKeeper has stashed on your system. In Safari, go to Safari > Preferences > Extensions, and remove anything you don’t remember installing. (If you’re using macOS Sierra and you go to the Extension tab in Safari, you may see a message that says, “Extensions can be enabled in the Develop menu.” Click on the Advanced tab and then check the box for “Show Develop menu in menu bar.” Then go back to the Extensions tab.)
Next, pop over the Privacy tab, and either click Manage Website Data and search for MacKeeper to remove just MacKeeper’s cache and cookies.
Stop pop-ups in Chrome
In Chrome, go to Window > Extensions. You’ll see a listing of the extensions you have installed. If you see extensions you didn’t install and want to remove, click on the Remove button for that extension.
In the Settings menu, click Advanced, then click. Look for Clear browsing data at the bottom of the Privacy and security section. Click it, and a Clear browsing data pop-up window appears. For Time range, click it and select All time. Click the Clear Data button.
Use a utility to clean your Mac
If that doesn’t get it all, try Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac, which is an AdwareMedic utility that scans your Mac for known adware. Run a scan and check the boxes by anything you want to delete. It’ll find the MacKeeper app and all its various parts wherever they are on your system.
Close down MacKeeper
If the Mackeeper 3.22 Product Key icon is visible in your Mac’s menu bar, then you need to remove it:
- Select ‘Preferences’ from the MacKeeper menu.
- Select ‘General.’
- Deselect ‘Show MacKeeper icon in menu bar.’
Next, close the Mackeeper 3.22 Activation Key program completely. If it refuses to close normally, then you can use force-quit:
- Select the ‘Apple’ logo from your Mac’s menu bar.
- Click ‘Force Quit…’
- Select ‘MacKeeper,’ and then click the ‘Force Quit’ button.
You can now uninstall MacKeeper, just like any other application:
- Open a Finder window.
- Open the ‘Applications’ folder.
- Find the MacKeeper icon and drag it to your Mac’s ‘Trash.’
- Empty the Trash.
Depending on what version of MacKeeper you installed, and whether you actually used any of its features, this might not be enough to delete all of the MacKeeper components.
After uninstalling the main application, there are a few locations that you should check for orphaned MacKeeper components:
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