Tencent QQ by Tencent Technology (Shenzhen) Company Limited is chat software that originates in China. There is nothing malicious in its activity. Main issues with Tencent QQ are: it installs with Chinese interface and sets on Startup of Windows. Users cannot determine what buttons to click to follow uninstall process. Sometimes users cannot find Tencent QQ in the list of installed programs. In this article we will show how to remove Tencent QQ from computer.
MPC Cleaner is system optimizer and registry cleaner. It is classified as potentially unwanted program due to aggressive advertising, constant pop-ups and alerts and installing without user permission. MPC Cleaner also modifies your browser search engine and homepage settings to search.mpc.am and installs adware application MPC Hot News on your computer.
Reimage Repair by Reimage is computer optimization and troubleshooting program. It promises to fix different windows errors and remove viruses. Reimage Repair performs quick scan of your computer and then offers you to buy software. If user refuses to pay, Reimage Repair starts creating reminder pop-ups and scaring messages. This messages inform you of "serious" problem with your computer.
QkSee by Taiwan Shui Mu Chih Ching Technology Limited is ad-supported image viewer that installs with freeware. After installation may affect browsers by modifying search and displaying ads and pop-ups. Advertisement appear in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. Advertisements are branded as "Ads by QkSee" or "powered by QkSee".
WebDiscover Browser is a commercial browser built on open-source Chromium platform. It installs without users consent and sets as the default browser. According to its developers, it allows surfing the web from the desktop. However, WebDiscover also brings several inconveniences: it installs Safestsearches.com as default homepage and search engine, it may insert additional ads to search results and webpages you visit.
DealWiFi by RAFO Technology, Inc. is promoted as software that can make WiFi router from your PC. There is no description of technology used on their website, however we can surely say these are false statements. Developers try to make user install DealWiFi to hijack browser settings with mystart.dealwifi.com search engine and earn on user clicks on the search results. It also modifies newtab, homepage and installs extensions to prevent removal of this settings. We were not able to get free WiFi using this app. DealWiFi is considered Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) and should be removed from your computer.