The Kim Komando Show
OCT
20
Tip of the Day

Get rid of annoying programs

  • Kim help! There's a strange toolbar that pops up whenever I surf the web. How can I get rid of it?
  • You've probably installed what's called "bloatware" while downloading legitimate software onto your computer. Bloatware is software that's tucked into other downloads and installs unless you specifically uncheck the box that authorizes it. Luckily, removing this annoying software is simple. In Windows 10, pull up your Apps & Features menu to see a full list of programs. Select the program that's causing you trouble and click Uninstall to remove it. A free software download called Unchecky will automatically scan downloads for unrelated programs, uncheck the box that authorizes them to install and warn you that they're there in the first place. Click here to get the free download appropriately called Unchecky.




Cool Site of the Day

Easily compare presidential candidates

On November 8, 2016, Americans all over the country will be exercising their right to vote. In the meantime, it's your job as an American citizen to be informed of the issues and select a candidate whose views, goals and beliefs align with yours.

But for now, the presidential race is a crowded one with 23 candidates and potential candidates. Luckily in this day and age, doing research on presidential candidates has never been easier. Everything you need to know is readily available online. You just have to know where to look.

A good place to educate yourself on presidential candidates and the important issues is with the Crowdpac site. It bills itself as "the definitive resource for objective data on US political candidates" and has fun and easy-to-navigate models that can show you which candidates align with your beliefs.

Easily compare presidential candidates




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