MDI Viewer

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  • 3.0 stars

    "Tries to install crapware"

    December 21, 2012  |   By Nothere227


    Well, it does work ...


    Will install a bunch of garbage browser plugins and a garbage search engine.


    Caveat emptor ... they try to hide it with ridiculously tiny text, but the "accept" pages aren't to accept the license agreement for the MDI viewer software, they're to allow it to install bogus software on your computer. Don't be a doofus like me, blindly clicking through on an installation. Ignoring the license agreement text bodies, there's tiny text at the bottom of every box describing the software you'd install if you clicked "accept." Just click "decline" every time ... about 4 or 5 times, in fact, until it installs the actual software.

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