How to uninstall or remove True Key through Intel Security

After installing any Adobe product, you noticed True Key installed on your computer along with McAfee Scan Plus or other without your consent? Blame yourself for not checking the optional software that Adobe offered when you tried to download one of their products, such as Flash player or Adobe Reader or Adobe AIR.

To prevent this from happening again, next time use Unchecky or pay attention while downloading or installing these apps. If you no longer need the True key, here’s how to uninstall it.

Uninstall or remove the True key by Intel Security

Close any or all browsers if they are already open

1. Visit Control panell > Software > Programs and features,

2. Select Intel Security True Key and click Uninstall/Change.

3. Click on ‘To remove’ button, if any browsers or more open, you will see a prompt to close them, please do so.

4. Wait a few minutes for the True Key uninstall process to complete, then restart your computer when prompted.

True Key Uninstall 1

Tip: We suggest you use Revo Uninstaller Free to get rid of True Key by choosing ‘Advanced Mode’, this not only uninstalls the application but also removes the remaining True Key related entries in the registry after its uninstall.

READ: How to uninstall useless McAfee Security Scan Plus?

Remove real key manually

If you didn’t find True Key in the list of installed programs,

Paste this into Explorer and double click to run the uninstaller.

C:Program FilesIntel SecurityTrue Key

If one or both of the above methods do not help, remove True Key by downloading and running the McAfee Consumer Products Removal Tool (link).

May 5, 2017 Update: A developer created McAfee Security Scan Remover (unofficial from posted above), which the developer claims, also removes True Key files and services and registry keys that are left after uninstall.

If you didn’t find Intel Security True Key in Control Panel, try this tool.

Visit This page to download and then run it.

Note: Try this tool at your own risk. We are not responsible for damage caused to your system.

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