Removal Guide – How to Remove

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How to Remove Ads Fast

I’ve prepared below a removal guide for this virus that is fast and easy to follow, but I wouldn’t jump right there at this point if I were you. I believe it is in your best interest to educate yourself on how your PC was infected in order to make sure it just doesn’t happen again. Of course, it’s fine to just skip ahead to the How to Remove Ads section, and you shouldn’t worry to do this also, but please consider to at least read later what I’m about to detail.


I’ve put up this picture so that you have confirmation if for some reason you’re not completely sure you got the right virus.

How Ads Entered My Computer

Note that all of the things I’m about to list are in a particular order, and that is from most uncommon to almost frequent. The several paths Ads has carved to approach your system are as follows:

  • Through links in spam e-mail. I don’t think I need to elaborate on this, but if you ever open spam email, make sure not to do anything it wants you to, even if it sounds tempting.
  • Through opening attachments, again in spam links. These can be disguised as surveys or whatever. Don’t open them – they may download malware.
  • Through going on unreputable sites that feature corrupted advertisements.
  • And of course, the most widely used way, is through a process called bundling – when a malware is included with a free program.

The last part is by far the highest probability tool virus creators use. It’s done in the following way. If you downloaded a freeware (free software) from a distributor website, no matter how neat it may seem at first, this is probably the thing that’s causing you pain. At some point during its installation it must’ve asked if you wanted to also install Ads. Unfortunately, many users don’t look at the steps during the installation which leads to this situation. If this is what happened to you, do yourself a favor and better stay away from freeware in the future. As you’re about to read they can lead to ugly things.

How Hamrful is Ads

There are several effects that all users report when they’ve been infected with Ads : sluggishness of the system, abnormally high amount of glitches even in everyday use, occasional sound stuttering, freezing, the infamous “blue screen of death,” among many in the same vain. The biggest problem is of course the fact that Ads will attempt to completely fill your PC with other viruses. And they can be especially nasty. I’m not joking. There are reports that as soon as they enter your private files and browsers, they start collecting cookies and “remembered” passwords. If some of your personal information or your monetary accounts’ passwords fell in the hands of whoever created the virus, you can be sure it can lead to a lot of trouble.

How Ads Works

After it infiltrates you, the first thing it does is filling EACH of your browsers with misleading and malicious ads. Hyperlinks, easily noticed by the punctured line that represents them, will make your browsing experience hell. The real problems though, start when a “program” wants to update. DO NOT ALLOW IT! This is probably Ads in sheep’s clothing. Presenting itself as a legitimate software is the oldest trick viruses employ. Once you give permission it will download another malware instead. My Personal recommendation is to not install or update anything until you’ve gotten rid of this threat.

How to Remove Ads

STEP 1 -Works for all versions of windows including Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Mac (OS X)

Click  Windows  windows-button  and R simultaneously. Type appwiz.cpl inside the search field, then OK.


You are now inside the Control Panel.

Here, keep an eye out for Ads plus any and all programs that look like a virus to you. Occasionally they may go with other names – so definitely be wary. Highlight them, then Uninstall.


 STEP 2 Ads has infected ALL of the browsers you use. Removing it from just one will not help you.

For Internet Explorer Users:

Start the browser, then click  IE GEAR —–Manage Add-ons.

internet explorer manage add-ons

When the new menu appears, there should Ads . Also look around for other malware – extension you’re not sure of. Hit Disable to get rid of them.

In case your Home page was moved, click IE GEAR —–Internet Options>edit the URL box, put in the page you want, then click Apply.

Go to STEP 3.


For Mozilla Firefox Users:

Open the browser, click on mozilla menu at the top, go to Add-ons.

.mozilla firefox add-ons

>>>> then Extensions.

mozilla firefox extensions Ads should be somewhere around here –  Remove it.

Go to STEP 3.


For Google Chrome Users:


Start Chrome, click chrome menu icon —–>More Tools —–Extensions.

google chrome extensions

When you’ve reached Ads should be lurking around with its buddies ——-> select  chrome-trash-icon.

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Now click chrome menu icon  again, and proceed to Settings —> Search (the fourth tab), —–> Manage Search Engines.There leave only the search engines you use.

google chrome settings


Go to STEP 3.


For Safari Users:

Open Safari, and click Safari —–>Preferences —–Extensions

Find Ads  then Uninstall.

Go to STEP 3.

STEP 3 (Optional)

This step to remove Ads is completely optional. You need to do this only in the case when the steps up until now were not enough to make your troubles go away. If they WERE enough:

  • You are now clear of the virus. Please consider following us on our channels on Google+, Twitter and Facebook. It will be immensely appreciated, because it will help us grow and in turn – that way we will help more people.
  • If you were not successful, then continue reading.

Step 3 optional guide


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