...but if you want to get technical, just try installing and uninstalling the program once, with the bundled toolbar - which, according to one of the other two reviews which rated it one star, installs itself regardless of user selection to do so - there should be no doubt to even a minimally computer literate individual what this program actually is. In order to complete the uninstallation process, the program requests a reboot (?!?), then immedately reinstalls itself onto the browser AND startup again, as does the main spyware program, if you attempt to uninstall that. Are you following my algorhythm so far? It stays resident, spawns a million registry entries, DISABLES control panel, and, according to a user ON CRAWLERS OWN FORUM, continues to redirect the browser in covert ways even after a manual uninstall. Crawler gained notoriety as a malware vendor some years back but the memory of it had grown dim and I carelessly installed it out of trust for your reviews and this website - I've came to this site even before it became C-Net. Well, I've learned my lesson. You've got a lot of cool wares but I went out and bought Kaspersky today and am installing it as we speak. No more freebies for me. Some things you can't trust to casual solicitors and security tops that. Again, I am humbled by the sheer audacity, flagrance, and tackyness of their strongarm hijack tactics. Well, one thing is for sure; they really DO take the spy out of SPYWARE.