How to uninstall mcafee antivirus youtube?
John McAfee has been pretty quiet in recent months following a run-in with the law in Belize over a murder investigation, but now he's back in what may be his strangest appearance yet.
McAfee posted a new video to his YouTube page Tuesday night, in which he appears to criticize the antivirus software company he founded and make fun of himself (he's listed as "Eccentric Millionaire" in the video) at the same time.
In the video, McAfee sports a robe similar to that of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner and reads several letters he claims to have received from frustrated customers over the years asking how to uninstall McAfee Antivirus. In response, he asks his "friend" and lab technician Bartholomew to explain step-by-step how to uninstall the software, while McAfee cavorts with scantily clad women and sniffs bath salts off a table full of guns.
Eventually, McAfee loses his cool. "You know, something went wrong. Fifteen years ago, I had some beautiful software and they took it over. I don't know what they did," he says in the video. "It was like the time I hired that Bangkok prostitute to do my taxes while he f*cked my accountant. It was terrible. The same f*cking thing is going on now."
That's when he decides to uninstall the software himself — with his gun.
Don't try this at home.
McAfee hasn't been affiliated with the software company that bears his name since 1994 when he retired, but that hasn't stopped him from damaging the brand's reputation. One study from YouGov's BrandIndex found that the company's Buzz Score hit its lowest point in 5 years in December, while the murder investigation was taking place.
“While we take any attack on our products seriously, these ludicrous statements have no basis in reality," a rep for McAFee (the company) told Mashable. "We continue to focus on what matters – our customers.”
Image courtesy of YouTube, John Mcafee