You Should Un-Install FakeInstaller
Adware can be a literally a pain in the neck with all of its pop-ups and how it makes a computer act like a snail. Ugh, the headaches! FakeInstaller is yet another one of those devilish adware programs out there that can cause you even more headaches and stress. But never fear, because every problem has a solution.
Pop-up ads and a slow computer aren’t the only sign that you have been infected with FakeInstaller adware. You may notice a change in your home page. More than likely it will be changed to www.ircdown.com or www.ircfast.com, which is the same website but in a different language. Sometimes it is FakeInstaller itself that causes the change, but usually it is caused by one of its buddies that it has been bundled with called Trojan-Downloader.Agent.DUJ. They pal around so much that if you have signs of one, you more than likely have the other.
Now, I said earlier that every problem has a solution and I still stand by that. But how do you get rid of FakeInstaller and any other destructive program that it may be associated with? Well, you could go through your entire system, hunt it down file by file, and delete any new files it has made. Of course, that sounds like a bigger headache than just putting up with the pop-ups and the slow computer; and who has the time? Then there’s the option of tossing your computer out the window and getting a new one, but I wouldn’t recommend that at all. It’s too expensive and I don’t want you to hurt anyone with your computer.
There is a third option, however, and that is to get yourself a good anti-spyware program, like ZookaWare PC Cleaner. ZookaWare PC Cleaner gives a guaranteed 100% removal of all spyware and adware from your computer. Plus, they immunize it from future threats like FakeInstaller. You can’t get much better than that. So get ZookaWare PC Cleaner, get rid of spyware, and get rid of some of those headaches.