My Adware Adventures My Web Stuff Video Series
This page and video is offered to help those looking to remove some very stubborn software that most likely was downloaded by a young or inexperienced computer user.
The examples I give are live and using one of the best known software distribution networks online.
The MyWebSearch page, portal, email, etc. seems to be nicely done but the overall company that seems to sponsor the pages has for years left out the part where people can remove the applications completely.
This is Adware according to the AntiVirus Industry and I have seen this type of network pass the downloads from the left to data mine to the right.
It's easy to remove but you must make sure your computer doesn't have this problem again.
This video should offer all the information you need. If you need additional support due to additional issues feel free to submit a service desk ticket and a technician will help you.
For help, submit your Service Desk Ticket by clicking here. Create your account, submit the issue and we will get started as soon as possible which is often times faster than this video.
Other great resources for the Do IT Yourself people.
Google.Com : (You thought I would link to anything but this site?)
Disclaimer / Notice:
(This article is designed to educate computer users on good user security standards and about software on the market that can assist in correcting flaws with other software using removal tools and prevention tools. The websites used in this example were picked based on a request sent in by a visitor that was having issues using the uninstall program option offered by the software creator. All rights reserved and individual copyrights are observed as being the registered owners of the domains offering the applications download button.)
This is only for your reading as well as offering someone the opportunity to download the FunWebProducts removal tools.
The page makes reference to "3rd party" tools as the cause of having problems removing the software. Clearly the video shows otherwise but, in all fairness the copyright on the uninstall page is of 2006 which would mean the information is very out of date.