Casually installing one download may result in several other things being installed as well. I’ll review the steps to remove these pesky, problematic, painful, Potentially Unwanted Programs, or PUPs.
How to remove a website from a computer is a common question, yet it actually doesn’t make sense – websites aren’t on your computer. I’ll look at what is.
The Google Chrome browser has a sign in feature that remembers your settings and can sync across numerous computers. It may be getting things confused.
Temp files that you can’t delete are often safe. Still, I am concerned that one of your files sounds like it’s related to known malware. The first step is to clean up.
High memory usage by Internet Explorer can result from several different things. I’ll review the most common.
The Bing toolbar is apparently showing up unexpectedly for some people. I’ll look at important terminology and how to get rid of the Bing toolbar.
There are a couple different ways to restore your Internet Explorer address bar if it has disappeared.