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Why you should get rid of apps and services group is a media company that owns the e-mail service popular in CIS countries which provides mailboxes at,,, domains. Many years ago they launched their own search engine and started developing a number of services and applications. The main feature of Mail.Ru products is that they are often spread in an intrusive way – there is no warning about additional soft to install. In most cases users are surprised at seeing icons and start page like // or // in Chrome, Firefox and IE after they have just installed a freeware program. As far as we know Mail.Ru just pays money to software developers but does not control how honestly they distribute sponsored applications. In our detailed guide read about how to remove apps from PC, and get rid of search and start page in Chrome, Firefox or IE.  Continue reading

MTView. How to remove

MTView (mtview.exe) is a chinese unwanted program. It is absolutely useless for you. But it is able to modify the browser settings (such as start page, search engine, etc) and insert third-party ads in your Chrome or Firefox. That’s why we highly recommend to get rid of MTView as soon as possible and remove all its remains from the system.  Continue reading

Content Defender. How to remove

Content Defender published by Artex Management S.A. is classified as adware. Often it is the cause of third-party ads and intrusive websites showing in your browser. As a result your browser works slowly and additional malware can be downloaded at any time.  You should get rid of Content Defender as soon as possible.  Continue reading

GoCoupons. How to remove

GoCoupons is an ordinary adware program. It gets on your PC when you install freeware programs downloaded from untrusted sites. GoCoupons is designed to show ads in browsers and generate revenue to its developers. In most cases the app is useless for users and should be removed from computer.  Continue reading – fraudulent website is a deceptive site that tricks users into installing malware disguised as ‘Flash player update’. FPLR abbreviation is a try to resemble a Flash PLayeR. In reality the site is designed purely to distribute bundles with potentially unwanted programs (most of which belong to adware type) and infect computers with browser hijakers.  Continue reading