John McAfee is no longer associated with McAfee Inc.
He may not be associated with them, but I associate them with him.
"McAfee Internet Security" <===> "McAfee's Neighbor Needed Security"
"Adobe Flash Player" <===> "Be Very Careful Installing This"
I don't particularly want McAfee, either, but that's because I already have Norton. If I hadn't noticed that it was installing both Flash and McAfee when I initiated the most recent update installation, it could have created problems on my PC -- no one needs two anti-virus programs.
I realize y'all must have a nice little "synergy" set up with McAfee, but I would appreciate it if Adobe would stop pushing McAfee's wares. At a minimum, opt-out should be the default instead of assuming that of course, everyone wants to install more software on their computer.
I realize y'all must have a nice little "synergy" set up with McAfee, but I would appreciate it if Adobe would stop pushing McAfee's wares.
You are addressing the wrong people here; we are users like you, and we don't like McAfee either (although it's not as bad as Norton!).
To get around the unwanted 3rd-party software we just use the offline installers; their download addresses are published several dozen times every day here at the forum.