AOL Coach – What is It?
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A lot of people seem to be looking for information about AOL Coach lately. Usually, although not always, they are looking for the helper application called AOL Coach, although there is also “AOL Coaches”, which is AOL’s online self-help and life-improvement program.

AOL Coach (singular) is the program which runs AOL Auto Fixes for you. If your AOL Coach program is damaged, AOL Auto Fixes will probably not work. You can usually resolve this by simple uninstalling and reinstalling the AOL Coach program.


Here are the instructions for removing and reinstalling the AOL Coach, straight from the horse’s mouth:

“To remove and reinstall AOL Coach:

1. Click the START button, then click CONTROL PANEL.
2. Click the ADD OR REMOVE PROGRAMS button.

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Note: In Windows® 98, Windows Me, and Windows 2000, click the Start button, select Settings, then click Control Panel. Next, double-click the Add/Remove Programs button.

3. On the list that appears, select the latest version of AOL Coach Version (1.0 or 2.0), then click the ADD/REMOVE or CHANGE/REMOVE button.
4. Restart your computer, then sign on to the AOL® service again.
5. Try to run the Auto Fix. The AOL Coach will download again and the Auto Fix should work properly.”

Now, AOL Coaches (plural) is another matter altogether. AOL Coaches is a new AOL offering made in conjunction with Better Life Media, intended to provide to consumers avenues for self-improvement, and featuring such top-selling life-improvement authors as John Gray, Tom Peters, and Stephen Covey. Content and other resources offered by the AOL Coaches is available to AOL members at AOL keyword “coaches”.

 

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11 thoughts on “AOL Coach – What is It?
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  1. Ineed to know where to go to find the aol coach program so i can download/reload it to my computer..it did not do it automatically upon reloading my aol service.

  2. I was told to remove the AOL Coach from the control panel and then re-install it. But I can’t find the AOL Coach to re-install. Where do I find it?

  3. In my add/remove programs it says AOL Coach Version 1.0. Is that any different from what you’re talking about? And if it is damaged or infected, how do I know so I can uninstall it from my computer? I’m trying to clean up my computer right now of all viruses and trojans and worms and stuff of that nature so a quick reply would be fantastic. Thank you!

  4. Your artical on AOL Coach was helpful but you did not suggest weather it was a process that has to run with AOL application. I was going through the programs that I have installed under add/remove and wanted to know if it would be harmful to remove AOL Coach from my system or weather it is best to leave it alone if working correctly? Just trying to clean up my system here.
    Thanks much in advance, Ken

    PS: there is also 2 versions installed on my system as with what an other person has stated above in the comments. v.1.0 and v.2.0. Can the first be removed?
    Thanks again, Ken

  5. I have 2 versions of AOL Coach installed on my computer. Do I need both versions?
    Thank you

  6. Thanks, Dave.
    Your explanation was easy to comprehend and most helpful to me!
    I’ve always wondered just what that meant when I opened Control Panel
    but was afraid to ask! Now I know! Thanks again!

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