Should You Remove Pokki From Your Computer?

Pokki is a legitimate software program designed to improve the users’ browsing experience by obtaining various free applications and providing them with the option to organize them, as well as their files and preferred webpages. Windows 8 users seem to prefer the tool because it gives them back the start button that is missing. The same can also be done by downgrading Windows 8 to Windows 7. Many users find Pokki quite useful and enjoy the many benefits if offers. However, there are a few downsides that should be considered by the users before they decide whether they want to download it or keep using it for that matter.
Pokki can be downloaded from the official site of the application, where users can be fully informed about the services offered by that product. Along with the installation of Pokki, the user is most likely to be presented with the option to install a bunch of other free of charge programs like Tweeki and Toshiba Start. If the user does not pay close attention to the installation process of the application, he may end up with different unwanted programs and applications on his computer.

Why Should You Consider Removing Pokki?

Despite the fact that Pokki is a legitimate application, the tool is affiliated with third parties and does not assume liability for any content, services, and website related to them. So, the content provided by the application may be unsafe. This is why experts recommend removing the tool and not interacting with the apps it provides the users with.

Berta Bilbao

Berta is the Editor-in-Chief of SensorsTechForum. She is a dedicated malware researcher, dreaming for a more secure cyber space.

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  • Sam Iam

    Thanks, Berta. I was wondering about Pokki because it’s taking up space. Even though it supposedly a small 64MB file, it’s everywhere. Using the windows search, I’ve scrolled down to see how much deleting I’ll have to do, to clean up what’s left behind from the uninstall. Like McAfee, you uninstall it from the control panel and it still has hidden folders (not that invisible but tough to clean out).

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