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Killer Control Center Re-installs After Uninstalling

Some users have noted that, when they uninstall the Killer Control Center, it seems to reinstall itself, which is due to our various hardware partners pushing the Killer Control Center through Windows Update. This behavior is tied to your machine or motherboard’s hardware ID.

Although our hardware partners are merely trying to keep your machine up to date, we recognize that some of our users would prefer not to have the Killer Control Center installed on their computer. To that end, we have developed a blocking driver, which installs as a “stub” that tells Windows Update that you already have the latest version of the Killer Control Center installed so that Windows Update does not re-install the Killer Control Center.

You can find our guide for uninstalling the Killer Control Center and installing the block by clicking here. 

Updated on February 25, 2019

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