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How to remove True Key by Intel Security

True Key downloads, installs, and runs without user consent or knowledge – A method usually employed by malware.

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True Key by Intel Security (also known as Intel Security True Key) is a free program by Intel for Windows, Mac, ios, and Android and supported internet browsers. True Key by Intel Security has features that allow you to auto-save passwords and sign into your machine (etc.) with your face or fingerprint.

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Although True Key by Intel Security is a safe program published by a reputable publisher the program is known to download and install without user consent or knowledge. Most users are unaware that True Key has been installed until the program bombards them with continuous pop-up messages on Windows desktop.

The program will bundle with associated programs, such as Adobe Flash Player 25 PPAPI and others. If you recently installed Adobe Flash Player it is likely that True Key bundled with the download and installed without your permission or knowledge. Most programs will not detail that True Key and other will also download, install, and run on your computer if you install them.

This is usually an unethical marketing tactic employed by malware, potentially unwanted programs, adware, spyware, browser hijackers, and computer virus developers. The method to bundle programs without user consent and knowledge is a main factor to determine if a program is recognized as malicious or not. In this essence, one could recognize True Key by Intel Security as a potentially unwanted program.

The program will also use system resources such as memory and CPU. This can cause a computer to become slow and sluggish. If a user already has program running and True Key installs without their knowledge this can create a very unpleasant computing experience.

Uninstall True Key by Intel Security

1. Open Windows Start Menu and go to the Control Panel (or select Programs and Features).

2. Click Uninstall a program (in earlier versions of Windows this is called Add and remove programs) in the Programs section in Windows Control Panel.

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3. Search for True Key and other unwanted programs in the list of programs installed on your computer.

4. Double click the program you want to remove to begin the uninstall process.

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