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T-Tools Antiseptic for completely removing AOL & AIM Toolbars

T-Tools Antiseptic is a free utility, specially designed to completely remove add-on programs or piggyback programs like toolbars that are often comes bundled with freeware programs.

Although it is possible to 'uncheck' the option during installation of a freeware, sometimes you could end up with one or more of these unnecessary add-on programs and experience some difficulties removing them.

In such a situation the T-Tools' Antiseptic can help you. Currently it can remove every last traces of AOL and AIM Toolbars from your computer.

The program is free from viruses and can be downloaded from here. It works on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 (required .NET framework 3.5)


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