Lenovo is the only company who’s ever used it, and for purposes that certainly don’t sift well with users.
To be fair, the One Key Optimizer program claims to be used only for Lenovo denies that any personally identifiable data is used or stored, but the fact that it does it without users’ knowledge, is troublesome enough.
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However, a recently-uncovered “feature” in its laptops, allows Lenovo to install their own software on the laptops – without the user’s permission and/or knowledge – even if a clean install has been performed using a Windows DVD or flash disk.
The problem was originally reported back in May this year where certain users noted how their Lenovo laptop automatically installed a software called “One Key Optimizer” that proved impossible to remove – so much so that they even reinstalled the entire Windows operating system from scratch, only to discover that the persistent One Key Optimizer kept coming back.
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