Snap.do (potentially unwanted programs- PUP) is a toolbar that changes the start page and search engine of your brower. It also tracks your browsing habits and redirect you to thematic web sites (based on the sites you visit) for targeted advertising. Software vendors who distribute this program earn money foreach successful installation. Snap.do can be offered via free programs during installation - installation is often pre-selected.
For Vista/Seven/8, go to Control Panel > Program and Features > look for Snap.do and remove it. For XP, go to the Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs > look for Snap.do and remove it. Then check via your browser options and uninstall the Snap.do add-on. Finally via your browser options change your default search engine and homepage.
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AdwCleaner can remove many spyware such as Babylon and Claro. Simply download the software, then run the software and select the Delete option.
Install Malwarebytes, click on Updates > search updates. Boot into Safe Mode. Launch MalwareBytes', click on Perform full scan > Search and select all your drives. Once the scan is complete, click on Delete.
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