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Removing Ad Choices

by nmfd323 / February 24, 2014 10:24 PM PST

Hello, been having a problem which I'm tired of trying to fix. I have Windows 7 OS and am finding adware called AD Choices on many web pages. I did do some internet research and checked the add ons as well as uninstall programs and find no listing of Ad Choices. Currently I have ran Malware Bytes and Spy Hunter. Both did not locate or removed Ad Choices. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Brian

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Based on a quick search
by Jimmy Greystone / February 24, 2014 10:50 PM PST
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Thanks
by nmfd323 / February 25, 2014 8:36 PM PST

I guess the story say it all !!

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Where's the answer? What a bunch of sheep!
by dennphill / April 6, 2014 1:56 AM PDT
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OK. So it's a Google program, and because they sponsor it I have to let Google gum up my machine? And I have no choice? And NO way to remove the pop-ups? And need to learn to live with AdChoice pop-ups? And no way to remove AdChoices? Where's the alternative to Google, then? Worthless response - certainly not "Best Answer" - I'll look elsewhere because I do not believe I have no choice in this matter.

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Try installing
by itsdigger / April 6, 2014 2:00 AM PDT

AdBlock Plus . You do have a chioce just get off your duff and do a little research.

Digger

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How dare you denigrate sheep.
by Dafydd Forum moderator / April 6, 2014 2:08 AM PDT
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If you're getting popups
by Jimmy Greystone / April 6, 2014 10:40 AM PDT

If you're getting popups, the source is likely elsewhere. "AdChoices" is just a name for a group, it's not software of any kind. Which, of course, you'd know had you taken a minute to actually RTFA I linked.

And a lot of people like DuckDuckGo as an alternative to Google. Never used it myself, so can't comment on it beyond what I just said.

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