no, PickMeApp does not contain any virus or trojan or malware.
It is a false positive alarm due, mainly due to usage of NSIS library.
More information about the security issues  read in the following post.

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It seems some known issue with latest Chrome Browser.
See for example the following article  : "Google Chrome Is Blocking a Bunch of Major Sites for Malware, Even YouTube"

To check what google about PickMeApp site please visit the following google url.
http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=/

And then VirusTotal
https://www.virustotal.com/en-gb/url/f741b09bedb49e65be5d34cb1ef8c568737fbb62d8f50c3a929bee7d62d75b65/analysis/

 

Also see the following FAQ "
My Anti-Virus Program says that PickMeApp contains a virus, trojan, malware."

WORKAROUND:

  • Use Firefox!
  • Use Opera
  • Use Internet Explorer
  • Go to the Chrome  default download folder,

    "Windows XP: \Documents and Settings\"username"\My Documents\Downloads"
    "Windows Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8: \Users\"username"\Downloads"

    PickMeApp executable is there ,even if chrome complained about it.
    It is called something  like Unconfirmed 502347.crdownload
    Rename it to PickMeApp.exe
    Run it to install PickMeApp on any removable storage.

     

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The great thing about PickMeApp is that is works with almost any application you have on your computer!  Samples of common programs PickMeApp transfers are: the Microsoft Office suite, Adobe Acrobat, Skype, Yahoo Messenger, Picasa, as well as many games. You can check a list of programs tried out with PickMeApp. It is important to ensure that the programs on the original PC can also be run on the operating system installed on the destination PC. For example, not all applications are yet certified to run on the Windows 7 Operating System. So if your second PC is running Windows 7 instead of the operating system on your original PC, verify that all the applications you want to transfer will run on Windows 7.  Since PickMeApp does not modify your applications in any way, it cannot make an application incompatible with Windows 7 run on a PC with Windows 7.

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Please take a look on the following explanation and solution.

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Yes , please see

Unfortunately we have no a workaround for Adobe Photoshop CS5.

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Please,

If nothing helps, please use support button in PickMeApp to open a support ticket ( for registered users).

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NOTHING! PickMeApp is in its beta testing phase, so for the moment – PickMeApp remains free.

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No. PickMeApp does not change any settings in the selected programs on your first computer. Our powerful technology simply captures the current state of your programs. The PickMeApp re-creation application installed on the second PC keeps a copy of each program at the point of its capture from the original PC, so you can always go back to a previous stage, or completely undo application.

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PickMeApp installation is merely extracting files from archive. By default, the PickMeApp installation extracts all files inside the PickMeApp_ directory where the self extracting archive is located. Alternatively a path where to extract files may be chosen. To "uninstall" PickMeApp means to delete the directory and all files created during extraction.

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First, PickMeApp is the only potable application management service. Even more interesting, PickMeApp is the only generic  program transfer solution that has the power to transfer mostly any Windows programs, even those which are not developed yet!

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Good Question! We have found it may solve some of PickMeApp malfunction.
 

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Eventual, while transferring program settings, PickMeApp might transfer products keys for some programs. For the best result please use any key finder tool, available in the Internet .

We may recommend the most advanced Recover Keys utility,  able to recovery key for more then 3000 programs. There is no other a key finder tool with such impressive number of supported programs.

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No. PickMeApp does not support a backward transfer. The following transfers are not supported

  • Windows 7 to Windows XP.
  • Windows 7 to Windows Vista.
  • Windows Vista to Windows XP.
  • 64 bit platform to 32 bit platform

(Truly nobody supports it. Why? since Microsoft does not support a forward compatibility.)

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YES!, Starting from 0.5.13.2 version, PickMeApp supports 64 bit Windows XP, Vista , and 7.  

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PickMeApp does not officially supports Windows 2000.

The only option left for Windows 2000 users is to use PCMover.

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Yes! PickMeApp supports all Windows OS version starting from Windows XP SP3.

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