'Your device isn't fully protected' on Windows 7?

Q

Why am I getting the "Your device isn't fully protected" message on Windows 7?

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A

Few months after bought your new computer, you will probably get a surprising popup window displaying the following message:

Your device isn't fully protected

Get the most from our mcAfee protection by keeping your subscription
active and enabling all your security features.

[Buy] [Close]

McAfee | LiveSafe

Don't panic. McAfee is using this popup to try to sell you their LiveSafe antivirus subscription package.

If you already installed other antivirus applications from McAfee or other vendors, you can simply click "Close" to close the popup.

If you don't have antivirus application on your computer, you may take a look at the "McAfee LifeSafe" subscription service:

1. Click "Start > All Programs > McAfee > McAfee LifeSafe". You see McAfee LiveSafe screen showing up with this message:

You computer is at risk

Buy a subscription - Your trial subscription has expired. 
Don't leave your PC defenseless against the latest threats 
- buy a subscription now to stay protected.

1. Click "Start > All Programs > McAfee > McAfee LifeSafe". You see McAfee LiveSafe screen showing up with this message:

2. Click "Buy", if you want to buy the McAfee LifeSafe subscription service.

3. Close McAfee LiveSafe screen, if you don't want to buy it.

McAfee LiveSafe - Your device isn't fully protected

If you want to get rid of the popup window permanently, see the next tutorial to uninstall the trial version of "McAfee LiveSafe".

 

McAfee Antivirus Applications

⇒⇒Windows 7 Security

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