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Avira used to be bundled with TuneUp Utilities for sale, but it’s a pity that AVG successfully became a listed company (i.e.: went public) in 2012 and acquired TuneUp Utilities as a whole – became now AVG PC TuneUp, which directly made the marriage between Avira and TuneUp Utilities impossible. After that, the Norman company from Norway once got very close to 360Amigo System Speedup (now ToolWiz’s developer from China) by way of bundling too, but in the end Avira took over 360Amigo before Norman. Then 360Amigo was first offered as an OEM component of Avira’s advanced versions of security software, and then fully acquired.