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How to Quickly Remove V9.com Web Browser Hijacker

Date: July 21, 2013 10:35 PM - Views: 2,226 - Article ID:5078 - Comment: 0
How to Quickly Remove V9.com Web Browser Hijacker

V9.com is a web browser hijacker and is classified as a Potentially Unwanted Programs. This hijacker slows your web browser down and makes browsing the internet a pain. This is because it will cause your web browser to display annoying pop-up advertisements.

Potentially Unwanted Programs or PUPs is a term used to describe unwanted programs such as rogue toolbars, adware, rogue browser extensions or add-on, along with other malwares which may compromise your privacy.

This is how the V9.com or en.V9.com website looks:

v9.com website

Here are two computer programs that you can use to quickly remove V9 hijacker without the hassle of editing your computer Registry or deleting files manually.

One of the programs below is sufficient enough to remove this hijacker, but you may use both if you want to.

  1.  AdwCleaner:
    AdwCleaner


    Click here to download this program.

    Click here for more information about this program.
     
  2.  Avast Browser Cleanup
    Avast Browser Cleanup

    Click here to download this program.

    Click here for more information about this program.

These programs do not only remove the V9 hijacker, they also remove other Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) like rogue toolbars, adware, rogue browser extensions or add-on and other malwares.

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