Category Archives: Removal guides

Download Keeper

Download Keeper Removal Instructions

If you see Download Keeper in your browsers, it means that you have an ad-supported application on your PC. The adware is called Razor Web and its main purpose is to promote its sponsors. The application has an official website at myrazorweb.com, however, it is not very useful, as it does not have a download button.

This means that the software travels bundled with freeware and shareware. During the installation process it is presented as an additional offer. Oftentimes computer users do not notice it and agree to the offer unwittingly. If you never wanted the adware in the first place, you should not hesitate to delete Download Keeper from your PC.

CouponFactory

CouponFactory Removal Instructions

If you see CouponFactory in your browsers, it means that you have an ad-supported application on your PC. The adware is called Razor Web and its main purpose is to promote its sponsors. The application has an official website at myrazorweb.com, however, it is not very useful, as it does not have a download button.

This means that the software travels bundled with freeware and shareware. During the installation process it is presented as an additional offer. Oftentimes computer users do not notice it and agree to the offer unwittingly. If you never wanted the adware in the first place, you should not hesitate to delete CouponFactory from your PC.

Browser Gloss Ads

Browser Gloss Removal Instructions

If you see Browser Gloss in your browsers, it means that you have an ad-supported application on your PC. The adware is called Razor Web and its main purpose is to promote its sponsors. The application has an official website at myrazorweb.com, however, it is not very useful, as it does not have a download button.

This means that the software travels bundled with freeware and shareware. During the installation process it is presented as an additional offer. Oftentimes computer users do not notice it and agree to the offer unwittingly. If you never wanted the adware in the first place, you should not hesitate to delete Browser Gloss from your PC.

Coupon2Mac

Coupon2Mac Removal Instructions

If you see Coupon2Mac in your browsers, it means that you have an ad-supported application on your PC. The adware is called Razor Web and its main purpose is to promote its sponsors. The application has an official website at myrazorweb.com, however, it is not very useful, as it does not have a download button.

This means that the software travels bundled with freeware and shareware. During the installation process it is presented as an additional offer. Oftentimes computer users do not notice it and agree to the offer unwittingly. If you never wanted the adware in the first place, you should not hesitate to delete Coupon2Mac from your PC.

Ads by NetCoupon

NetCoupon Removal Instructions

If you see NetCoupon in your browsers, it means that you have an ad-supported application on your PC. The adware is called Razor Web and its main purpose is to promote its sponsors. The application has an official website at myrazorweb.com, however, it is not very useful, as it does not have a download button.

This means that the software travels bundled with freeware and shareware. During the installation process it is presented as an additional offer. Oftentimes computer users do not notice it and agree to the offer unwittingly. If you never wanted the adware in the first place, you should not hesitate to delete NetCoupon from your PC.

eDealsPop

eDealsPop Removal Instructions

If you see eDealsPop in your browsers, it means that you have an ad-supported application on your PC. The adware is called Razor Web and its main purpose is to promote its sponsors. The application has an official website at myrazorweb.com, however, it is not very useful, as it does not have a download button.

This means that the software travels bundled with freeware and shareware. During the installation process it is presented as an additional offer. Oftentimes computer users do not notice it and agree to the offer unwittingly. If you never wanted the adware in the first place, you should not hesitate to delete eDealsPop from your PC.

Ads by Give4sure

Give4sure Removal Instructions

If you see Give4sure in your browsers, it means that you have an ad-supported application on your PC. The adware is called Razor Web and its main purpose is to promote its sponsors. The application has an official website at myrazorweb.com, however, it is not very useful, as it does not have a download button.

This means that the software travels bundled with freeware and shareware. During the installation process it is presented as an additional offer. Oftentimes computer users do not notice it and agree to the offer unwittingly. If you never wanted the adware in the first place, you should not hesitate to delete Give4sure from your PC.

ShopMoreApp Ads

ShopMoreApp Removal Instructions

If you see ShopMoreApp in your browsers, it means that you have an ad-supported application on your PC. The adware is called Razor Web and its main purpose is to promote its sponsors. The application has an official website at myrazorweb.com, however, it is not very useful, as it does not have a download button.

This means that the software travels bundled with freeware and shareware. During the installation process it is presented as an additional offer. Oftentimes computer users do not notice it and agree to the offer unwittingly. If you never wanted the adware in the first place, you should not hesitate to delete ShopMoreApp from your PC.

LionSales Ads

LionSales Removal Instructions

If you see LionSales in your browsers, it means that you have an ad-supported application on your PC. The adware is called Razor Web and its main purpose is to promote its sponsors. The application has an official website at myrazorweb.com, however, it is not very useful, as it does not have a download button.

This means that the software travels bundled with freeware and shareware. During the installation process it is presented as an additional offer. Oftentimes computer users do not notice it and agree to the offer unwittingly. If you never wanted the adware in the first place, you should not hesitate to delete LionSales from your PC.

SaleBuilder

SaleBuilder Removal Instructions

If you see SaleBuilder in your browsers, it means that you have an ad-supported application on your PC. The adware is called Razor Web and its main purpose is to promote its sponsors. The application has an official website at myrazorweb.com, however, it is not very useful, as it does not have a download button.

This means that the software travels bundled with freeware and shareware. During the installation process it is presented as an additional offer. Oftentimes computer users do not notice it and agree to the offer unwittingly. If you never wanted the adware in the first place, you should not hesitate to delete SaleBuilder from your PC.