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How to get rid of advanced mac cleaner

It comes on each time i open my computer
Chaned my search engine to yahoo
I want it gone

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Get Rid of Advanced Mac Book Cleaner

When I click on the link it takes me to the general Apple Website. I don't know what to do once I get there. Thanks

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try this one
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Try these steps and get back to us
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Best alternative to advanced mac cleaner or any other app

I have come across many ads related to such cleaner which try to play with your mac's security and even make it slow.
I'm personally using CleanMyMac which is like a simple cleaner for junk files and really old unused files on my mac. You can things on your mac which are just taking some random space. So, I know it is safe to use.

On your take to uninstall advanced mac cleaner, follow these steps:
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7165443?tstart=0

Thank you. Hope this helps you.

Post was last edited on April 1, 2018 6:31 AM PDT

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CleanMyMac is bad too.
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Move "Advanced Mac Cleaner" to the Trash

Advanced Mac Cleaner is a scam. The support guys are too stupid to carry a Hackers title. Just a bunch of hires in Asia who catch other stupid people to pay them. But there is some structure above them who control this business. They got into my system, injected the virus, then they called me and asked for "only" $249 to clean it up. When they spoke with me, they knew my name, address, email, and told me that my machine is damaged and they want my credit card to 'help" me.

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Post was last edited on September 7, 2018 12:21 AM PDT

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Delete Advanced Mac Cleaner

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