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Completely remove IObit Security 360 & Advanced SystemCare with BitRemover

There are several reasons for uninstalling software from a computer. But unfortunately, normal uninstalling may not always completely remove programs from a PC. It requires specific tools and we had covered few such tools in the previous posts for some programs.

Now here is another tool, BitRemover which will remove every last trace of IObit’s programs like IObit Security 360, Advanced SystemCare, IObit Conduit toolbar, etc.

“It has been widely reported that after uninstalling IObit Security 360, Advanced SystemCare and their other programs, a considerable amount of data will be left behind on a computer”.

BitRemover is designed specifically for removing IObit programs like IObit Security 360, Advanced SystemCare, Conduit toolbar, Game Booster, Random Password Generator and Smart Defrag without leaving any traces.

Before using the too, uninstall IObit programs as usual and run BitRemover. It requires Microsoft’s .NET Framework 3.5 to operate. It supports Windows 7, Vista and XP. Download BitRemover.


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