The GFI EndPoint Security software protects your computer from virus and malware infections that target your computer from a portable device. The software keeps out viruses from iPods, USB drives and other storage devices that physically connect to your computer. It also provides protection from data theft through the USB port or your DVD drive and manages the connections of hardware devices to your system. Remove the security software if it is causing unwarranted errors or if you are upgrading to a newer version of the software.
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Open Windows and log in with a user account that has administrator qualities.
Click "Start" and choose the option for "Control Panel." Click "Programs" and choose the "Programs and Features" option.
Click on the "GFI EndPoint Security" filename in the list of installed programs and click the "Uninstall" button at the top of the list to open the uninstaller.
Click "Next" in the uninstaller window and click the "Complete Uninstall" option. Click the "Next" button to begin removing the program from your computer. Click "Finish" once the removal process is complete to close the uninstaller.
Restart your computer to complete the removal process and save the changes to the system.
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