that Download.com installs a bunch of unwanted garbage bundled into the free programs they provide. You can't even opt out of getting that garbage when you uncheck the boxes asking you if you want these nasty things.They install it anyway. Now you get to install more stuff you don't want on your computer to get rid of the stuff you didn't want in the first place.C/Net's a great place but Download.com is pure trash. Don't worry though you'l get an apology from a Download.com telling you how sorry they are and were unaware of this and they'll look into it. Won't that just make things better ? Lucky there's a bunch of good people at C/Net that can help you with the removal of that crap. Best of Luck....Digger
Thanks, cnet. My fiance's computer is screwed up thanks to your installer.
Haven't you realized by now that:
And all of the other crap that you're bundling with your download files are BAD for PCs? Once you get these things on a PC, they're damn near impossible to get rid of.
Now, my fiance can't shut down his computer, can't system restore, or anything. This by the way is the FIRST, literally the FIRST (as in, during all the years he's used a computer, he has NEVER had a virus, or malware, or any of that until YESTERDAY, when he downloaded Editpad from this stupid website) virus he's ever had, and he has it because he used CNET.
You people are disgusting. You're absolutely disgusting. You have this huge name, and now people are getting infected left and right. I honestly hope you all burn in hell for doing this to SO MANY PEOPLE.
I'm going to contact search engines and try to get cnet's download.com search results labeled as malicious.