Windows XP/Flipora


How do I get rid of Flipora from my computer

Hello Yahaya,

Although I deal more directly with WindowsXP technical problems and issues, I’d be glad to try to help you out.

Looking up what Flipora is, it seems like some sort of information-collecting social-interacting tool, but for those who do not want to use it (it seems many people are having trouble with it, such as!topic/chrome/Ci5LYDqeByE ), here are some webpages with information on how to remove it:

It seems like most of it can be uninstalled and/or disabled, but there may be portions that require other third-party tools to remove. While it does not seem like Flipora in and of itself is a virus or Trojan, it does seem to collect information and spread it automatically, which may be something some people might not want to do. I hope those pages above help to at least start you off in removing it. Good luck with it, Yahaya!

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Troy M. MCSE, CNA, MCP, CST, IC3, Aplus


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