It is good Netiquette to research software before installation. Don't install software without checking it out first.
Software is installed on a computer from a package. This may include the download of a zip file and extraction. Webesites may perform an automatic installation. Downloads may be automatic as well.
When navigating through software setup screens programs often ask for permission to install additional software. Software that changes search providers and web browsers is common. Free software often includes additional software for advertising. These addons may collect and use data or expose your computer to the risk of virus. Many people accept the installations without realizing it.
Research software because there may be unknown risks associated with installation.
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