Saturday, January 18, 2014

Remove/ Uninstall Adware and Fix Popups

What is Virus? is defined as an unwanted adware program that masks as a useful browser extension to mess up a variety of web browsers such as IE, Chrome and Firefox. This malicious adware is often recommended when you install some free applications like media players, PDF creators and Skype onto your workstation. In another way, your PC is invaded by adware without your awareness when you open several dangerous websites. Thus, it is necessary to pay much attention to the unverified resources if you want to prevent this nasty program from making chaos in your browser.

In some cases, the maker of adware boasts that you will have a wonderful Internet experiences if you put it in your browser. In reality, malware is designed for promoting some cooperation websites and sponsored commodities. When you surf on the Internet, a great many of pop-up windows containing ads, coupons and discounts are opened. adware aims at attracting you to click on the pop-ups and shop on sponsored websites. You’d better not be tricked by insecure program, or you will lose money. This adware can be used by hackers to record your credit card number, password and bank account information. Moreover, these pop-ups always make your PC encounter a bunch of destructive viruses like redirect infections, ransomware and Trojan horses. It is possible that your computer will become disabled. For avoiding further damage, you ought to remove adware from the Windows OS as fast as you can. Virus Screenshot: virus will do much harm to the infected computer:

1. virus is a dangerous and nasty adware virus.
2. virus could replace default home page on Chrome/ Firefox/ IE.
3. virus changes browser settings and drops malicious add-ons.
4. virus collects your online habits and violates privacy.
5. virus generates various pop-ups and promotes risky programs.
6. virus downloads malware and slows down the whole PC performance.
How to Remove Virus from your PC?

1. Restart your computer and keep pressing F8 Key before Windows launches. Use the arrow keys to select the "Safe Mode with Networking" option, and then hit ENTER Key to continue.

2. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del at the same time to open Windows Task Manager and end process. 

3. Go to Computer Control Panel from Start menu and open Folder Options. Click View and then tick “Show hidden files and folders” and uncheck “Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)”. Press OK.

4. Press Windows+R together, then enter "regedit" to start your registry. Delete the following registry files.


5. Delete the following and related system files.

%documents and settings %\ all users\

Note: virus is rather stubborn and malicious. It requests certain computer skills when you dealing with it in manual way. Any incident action could lead your machine to a more terrible situation.

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