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How to remove aMuleC ?

aMuleC is a yet another advertising-supported application that is used by its creators to make easy profit. It employs the pay-per-click system, which means that the developers of the program earn revenue when you click on the ads that it shows you. Unfortunately, there is nothing beneficial about that for computer users. The software not only disrupts and slows down online browsing with the never-ending banners, coupons, pop-ups, and other ads, but it also exposes users to unsafe data. There is no question that you should get rid of aMuleC as soon as you can. Read more...

Kuaizip – How to remove?

Kuaizip is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that falls into the adware category. It's a tool that is supposed to help you archive files but in exchange it exposes you to intrusive ads. PUPs can infect computers when users carelessly install free software using Default settings. Kuaizip uses a rather sneaky way to get into your computer but it's not a malicious computer virus and it will not harm your computer directly. However, what it will do is show you loads of advertisement content and lead you to sponsored websites. The ads it generates can not only be very intrusive but also dangerous. They can lead you to dangerous websites and you could end up with malware on your computer. This is why we recommend you delete Kuaizip. Read more...

WIZZCASTER.EXE Removal

If WIZZCASTER.EXE appears on your computer, it means that you have adware on it. The ad-supported program (or adware) is aimed at making money for its developers by generating Web traffic. It does so by exposing you to various advertisements while you surf the Internet. These ads do not improve your online experience. On the contrary, they slow down your browsing and cause unnecessary interruptions. More than that, the ads could lead you to unreliable pages. If you wish to get rid of them, you will have to delete WIZZCASTER.EXE related program. Read more...

aMuleC – How to Uninstall?

aMuleC is categorized as an advertising-supported application as it inserts various ads into your browsers after it gets installed onto your computer. The program uses the bundling distribution method, so it is unsurprising that you do not remember installing it. All of your browsers will be affected by the adware as it works on all major browsers. Regardless of how the application may be promoted, you should know that its main goal is to make money for its creators by generating web traffic. There is nothing beneficial about the app for computer users. We suggest you delete aMuleC without hesitation. Read more...

Remove UC Browser

UC Browser is a browser and a potentially unwanted program (PUP). These kinds of unwanted programs usually are bundled together with freeware, which means that if you install the freeware, you install the unwanted program as well. There are ways in which you can prevent that, however, and it will be discussed later on in this article. If you install UC Browser, it will set itself as your default browser and start every time you boot your computer. Because it can enter your computer without knowing and makes unwanted changes, UC Browser is considered to be a PUP. So we suggest you delete UC Browser. Read more...

Remove KMS-R@1n.exe

KMS-R@1n.exe is an unsafe executable file that may have infiltrated your system with other malicious programs. It is possible that you accidentally acquired it through a freeware bundle, a spam email, a corrupted link, a fake ad, etc. The file is linked to a Trojan horse that is used to steal sensitive information from your computer. The harmful component may cause other troubles as well like slowing down your system speed, making certain applications unresponsive, and so on. We urge you not to waste any time and get rid of KMS-R@1n.exe and its related program as soon as you can. Read more...

Remove About Blank

About Blank is a webpage that you may see when you open your browser, if you do not have a specific webpage to be shown to you on startup. However, if you see About Blank pop-ups or if you get redirected to the page randomly, it is rather likely that this happens because of an ad-supported application. The adware is responsible for other advertisements that you get exposed to as well. Its main goal is to earn revenue by promoting various products and services, which is why it inserts the advertising data into your browsers. If you do not wish to deal with the unnecessary ads any longer, you will have to terminate About Blank related software. Read more...

Remove grckm.exe

grckm.exe is a file that you might detect on your computer or see the process with this name in the Task Manager if you have the software called GIGABYTE Tools and Drivers installed on your computer. If you are sure that this program is installed on the system, you do not need to worry or remove grckm.exe from your PC because this file belongs to a legitimate application. Unfortunately, grckm.exe is not associated with this application in all the cases. Researchers who specialize in the cybersecurity field say that malicious software tend to steal the names of legitimate programs to be able to enter computers unnoticed. Also, they borrow the names of good processes to make sure that they can stay on the computer longer. It is, unfortunately, not that easy to say whether the file is used by good software or malware has already stolen it to hide itself, but, of course, it is still possible to find out that. Further in this article we will explain to you how to do that. Also, you will find out how to remove grckm.exe if it turns out that it belongs to some kind of malicious application hiding on your PC and working behind your back. Read more...

Remove ‘Critical System Failure’ Tech Support Scam

If you keep seeing a ‘Critical System Failure’ Tech Support Scam pop-up saying that there is a critical system failure and your Windows security is compromised, there is no doubt that there is a malicious software, probably Trojan, installed on your computer. This message is fake, so you should not pay attention to it, but, of course, you still have to remove ‘Critical System Failure’ Tech Support Scam pop-up from your screen to be able to use your computer normally. We do not say that it will be easy to delete ‘Critical System Failure’ Tech Support Scam pop-up, especially if it is caused by a Trojan infection; however, we still know how to implement the ‘Critical System Failure’ Tech Support Scam removal, and we are going to share this knowledge with you to help you eliminate it. Read more...

Remove GeoByPass

GeoByPass is an adware type of potentially unwanted program. It tempts users into downloading GeoByPass by promising access to their favorite websites without restrictions. This might convince some user to download it but if you do not remember doing so, then you must have gotten it when you installed freeware. Adware works silently and some users might not even be aware of GeoByPass infecting their computers. The most telling sign of adware is the constant ads appearing when you browser the Internet. Those ads will come in all forms and can be very intrusive. While adware in not considered to be a high risk threat, it can lead you to some dangerous websites. Before you face serious trouble, delete GeoByPass. Read more...