OR Microsoft began to delete his files CCleaner, a very popular "optimization and safe cleaning" application for Windows, as a potentially unwanted application or PUA, stating that it did so for the additional software in the installer.
"We are in the process of cooperating with Microsoft to understand why CCleaner recently identified as PUA. We assume that the issue seems to be grouped and we believe that we have addressed it so that our product is no longer classified as PUA ".
OR Microsoft on its part states that its installers CCleaner offer Google Chrome, Google Toolbar, Avast Free Antivirus and AVG Antivirus Free. Although users have the option of skipping their installation, some could end up running software they did not want. .
"While grouped applications are legal, combining software, especially products from other providers, can lead to unexpected software activity that can adversely affect user experiences. While the installers of the application CCleaner provide an option to opt out, some users can easily inadvertently install these grouped applications, ”says the Microsoft.