Do you know what Shopping Assistant is?
Did you install Shopping Assistant trusting that the program will save you time and money whenever you choose to shop online? Unfortunately, promises to enhance your web browsing and interaction with online stores is just a trick to fool you into installing a program that actually works for unfamiliar online advertisers and software developers. The misleading promotion is a good enough reason to delete Shopping Assistant from the operating system right away. Unfortunately, computer users often do not recognize a scam and let the unreliable adware (advertisement-supported software) run free. This is when different security issues arise, and so you should remove the application before it is too late.Shopping Assistant screenshot
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Shopping Assistant is not malicious itself; however, it can be installed onto the computer using misleading information. Computer users do not install the program onto their operating systems with much thought because it is quite obscure. Due to this, the developer of the extension SuperWeb LLC has chosen software bundling as the main distribution option. When you download software from unreliable sources, you may install Shopping Assistant, Zebar, NetTock, HypeNet, and other ad-supported programs created by infamous software developers. Do not trust unfamiliar applications and decline them when you have the option, or adware removal may catch you by surprise soon enough. Do you have no idea how to remove unreliable programs flooding you with suspicious pop-up and banner offers which actually belong to third parties capable of spying on you as soon as Shopping Assistant is installed? We can help you with this task.
Advertisements presented by Shopping Assistant may promote installers, surveys and links all related to third parties. Unless you are familiar with these parties, and you can access privacy policies linked to their services, you should not trust them. We recommend Shopping Assistant removal because this browser extension is supposed to help you but instead allows third parties to install tracking cookies and spy on you. Use automatic malware removal software if you want to ensure that undesirable software is deleted, and the system is safeguarded against other misleading threats, or proceed with the manual removal.
Delete Shopping Assistant from Windows
Delete from Windows XP:
- Go to the Task Bar and click Start.
- Choose Control Panel and click Add or Remove Programs.
- Move to Change or Remove Programs and Remove the undesirable one.
Delete from Windows Vista and Windows 7:
- Move the cursor to the Task Bar and click the Windows icon (Start menu).
- Go to Uninstall a program and find the list of installed applications.
- Right-click the application you wish to remove and select Uninstall.
Delete from Windows 8:
- Tap the Windows key to access the Metro UI menu and right-click on the screen.
- Click All apps to access the Apps menu, then click Control Panel and go to Uninstall a program.
- Identify the program you wish to remove, right-click it and select Uninstall.
In non-techie terms:
Whether you choose to delete Shopping Assistant manually or using automatic malware removal software, it is most important that you do get rid of this unreliable advertisement-supported program. If you do not want to install authentic malware removal software (see instructions below), and choose to remove Shopping Assistant manually, we strongly recommend installing a malware scanner which will let you know if your operating system is secure to run at this moment.