Full user review
"Decline doesn't work!"
It probably eventually does what you want it to.
I am wondering how many of the CNET employees that rated this program have it on their own computers at home. I highly doubt it's on ANY CNET employees computers at all, so why the high review totally ignoring what you must have had to go through to get the program installed without seeing all the crapware that it seems to install whether or not you click on Decline.
IS CNET getting something for giving out this shiny review for an absolute horror show of a program? It does make me wonder although I wouldn't be able to imagine why someone would even remotely give this program 5 stars. It's no wonder they encourage you to install the "Q Installer" to be able to control what you have "chosen" to download. Why would anyone ever choose to install crapware on their computer CNET? Whether there is a good program underneath all the crap remains to be seen but for the trouble to get it installed and then get everything it installed anyway while ignoring the button I clicked on which was of course Decline. Epic fail...