Thank you for this. I will add this to the original post in a little bit.As mentioned above, adware is malware. But I don't think some of programs mentioned above can removal adware completely. My Asus was infected with an adware called superadremove that generated disgusting popups when I surfed online. In order to solve this issue, I downloaded adcleaner, malwarebytes and even followed this manual tips to remove all installed programs. But I failed. Well, as someone said, I may do something wrong during the removal process. Finally, I had to choose to reinstall the system to solve this problem. A terrible experience...
Great thread, may I recommend adding these two to the list if possible? Z ZoZoThank you for this. I will add this to the original post in a little bit.
Thanks for this man. I'll be sure to add this in a little while.Great thread, may I recommend adding these two to the list if possible? Z ZoZo
I'd like to add, that using Hitman Pro can benefit you a lot with using MalwareBytes.
This way you can run "kickstart Pro" on kernel execution prior to the OS loading on next reboot. (Helps removing the FBI Virus Ransom-ware's and many virus's that has saved my friends from).
Then, if properly done, use malware bytes and remove any but all unused registry keys, or left over files. Then use "RKill.exe" to re-fix windows permissions.