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adware in the form of a popup
No, there is no adware or any virus on WikiAnswers
Most adware consists of cookies and hidden tags, not viruses. However, some adware has the potential to spread if you forward a file to which it is attached.
Unfortunately, there is no single way to remove adware. Adware is often very sophisticated, complex software that is written to be difficult to remove. Therefore, it will depend a lot on what adware you are trying to remove. The simplest way to remove well-known adware is to install an adware removal program. You can try using Ad Aware (it's free!) and follow the simple tutorial for installing and removing the adware here http://www.howard.edu/technology/adaware/
can be adware
The Windows version of Skype is a software program that contains adware.
You can download free Adware removers from product websites such as Lavasoft and MalwareBytes. You can also get free Adware removers from the Anti-Virus section of Cnet.
Adware Professional is a rogue antispyware. I suggest that you remove it.
No, because it is downloaded from the steam website but if you downloaded from a random website then most likely it has adware.
Giant Savings is a nasty adware or browser extension. You should get rid of it before it downloads other adware programs on your PC. You can follow the guide in the related link.
Adware is known as a type of software that comes bundled up in other software. Adware is known for displaying advertisements on a user's computer based on the webpages that the person has viewed.
There are many known adware removal tools. Examples of adware removal tools include popular on the web sources such as Lava Soft and Norton Anti-Virus.