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Old 20th March 2011, 20:23   #20
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Originally Posted by Batter Pudding View Post
The Winamp Devs don't get much choice over what the AOL marketing people bundle with the product. Just untick it and avoid it along with the other page of AOL Add-ons - and remember that any pennies that AOL can make for Winamp is a "good thing".
Eset Nod32 puts a stop to it anyway, looks like they've had enough of these 'How about you install this as well' in the installers.
Had the same with a MediaInfo update this week.

Thanks for the new stuff, faster ML is a huge bonus.

Too much is never enough...
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