Question about Apple MacBook Air
MacKeeper is scam ware. Close whatever browser allowed it to rear its ugly head, and Quit Safari or Firefox to quit the spinning wheel. If its got a tight grip on your system hold the off/on button down till computer does a hard shut off. Try not to do this frequently. Run Disc Utility and verify Permissions-Fix permissions and remember to have Block Pop Ups checked. MacKeeper will bypass the pop ups block anyway but quickly close a browser window that is usu. blank looking and be careful clicking on ads, streaming video, etc that allows it in the gate. Run and Ap Cleaner and get rid of MacKeeper immediately and hunt and destroy ALL remnants of it on your Mac.
Check out info from Apple @ MacKeeper. Do not install MacKeeper
Posted on Jan 13, 2015
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