The Top Fourteen Telltale Signs of Spyware, Adware, and/or
Windows - all versions
When you start your computer, or when
your computer has been idle for a long time, your Internet browser opens to display Web
When you use your browser to view Web
sites, other instances of your browser open to display Web site advertisements.
Your Web browser's home page
unexpectedly changes or you can't change it to another home page.
Web pages are added to your Favorites
folder and you don't know how they got there.
Toolbars are added to your Web browser
and you've never seen them before.
A program or programs may not start
When you click a link in a program, the
link does not work.
Your Web browser suddenly closes or
It takes a very long time to start up
Outlook Express may not work like it
once did. Other programs may no longer work or suddenly stop working without explanation
You can't change your default search
engine or your search results seem to be mostly advertisements disguised as relevant
You receive "special offers"
from sites you've never visited. You notice a huge increase in spam.
The people you send email too complain
about advertisements in the email you send them.
When you go to download a program and
you are told you must install other programs just to get the one you wanted.
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