Click the 'Download' button to begin downloading the software using Optimum Installer™. Optimum Installer™ is an install manager that will manage the installation of your selected software. In addition to managing the installation of your selected software, Optimum Installer™ will make recommendations for additional free software that you may be interested in. Additional software may include toolbars, browser add-ons, game applications, anti-virus applications, and other types of applications. You are not required to install any additional software to receive your selected software. When the download box appears, click 'Run' or 'Open' to start downloading Optimum Installer™. Once the download of Optimum Installer™ has been completed, the installation process will begin. To continue the installation of your selected software, press the 'Accept' button. You may choose to 'Accept' or 'Decline' any additional software. Once you have Accepted or Declined the offers, Optimum Installer™ will complete the installation of your selected software and any additional software your chose.
Optimum Installer™ manages the installation of your software. During the installation we set cookies and update your registry:
Optimum Installer™ automatically uninstalls once you have received your download.
After clicking "Accept" you will be offered additional useful, quality software provided by our reputable partners. Your support of these software offers allows us to provide you with Free access to our software. All offers we present are 100% optional.
|Norton Security Scan||Scans your PC for computer threats, viruses, spyware, adware||350 Ellis Street
Mountain View, CA 94043
||Amazon Toolbar allows you to search the web from any site. You can even use it to block annoying pop-up ads and autofill web forms with a single click.||Contact Form|
|We-Care||With the ASPCA Reminder, a browser add-on by We-Care.com, the ASPCA receives a donation every time you shop at more than 1,000 online merchants - at no cost to you.||Contact Form|
|DefaultTab||A unique search tool that is installed into your Internet browser and gives you instant access to searching the Internet from any web page.||Contact Form|
|WeatherBug||Provides local weather information, weather alerts, and weekly weather forecast.||300 Interstate North Parkway
Atlanta, Georiga 30339
|Free Ride Games||FreeRide Games offers consumers free access to full version PC casual games, including hit titles like 7 Wonders II, Cradle of Rome, and The Treasures of Montezuma.||Exent Technologies LTD.
25 Bazel Street, PO Box 10130
Petach-Tikva, Israel, 49011
Host browser simply refers to the browser you used to reach Optimum Installer™. An example of a user's host browser would be if you navigated to a software's download page using Internet Explorer, the user's host browser is considered to be Internet Explorer.
Error search refers to when a user has one of three issues, they will be redirected to the page the product has specified. The three possible times a user can get this error search page are:
New Tab refers to the initial page when opening a new tab in a browser. If a user accepts an offer with the new tab option checked in, the user will change that initial page to the accepted offer. In the example, a user opened a browser and their selected new tab was loaded.
Homepage refers to the initial page when opening a browser. If a user accepts an offer with the homepage option checked in, the user will change that initial new tab page to the accepted offer. In the example, a user opened a browser and the new tab page is shown in red.
The default search engine is the browsers search function and what is used to find what a user is looking for. When an offer is accepted with default search options checked in, the user gets an enhanced search engine from the software they opted to install. A search engine can be the address bar or in a separate bar on its own, like the below example.
If, at anytime, you decide you do not want any of the software or offers that you have downloaded during this process, you can easily uninstall them via Windows' "Add/Remove Programs" using the following instructions:
Windows 7 & Vista
Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, and XP in Classic View
Upon uninstall of the software certain data such as folders, files, registry keys, and cookies, may remain on your machine.