Do you know what Shopping Chip is?
If Shopping Chip has been installed onto Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers, you can expect a number of unreliable pop-ups to flood your desktop and the websites you visit. These advertisements should not be trusted at any point, and clicking on them could be dangerous to your virtual security. Note that the displayed information could be targeted at your own personal interests, which may fool you into clicking on truly deceptive and dangerous advertisements. If you have already done this, you may have been routed to unfamiliar websites or asked to install suspicious programs. These are not the routes you want to take, and Shopping Chip removal is strongly recommended.
Have you discovered that the suspicious Saveshare was installed together with Shopping Chip? This is the plugin which may come bundled, and we do not recommend trusting the saving deals presented by this application. You should also be careful with the unauthorized redirecting to websearch.searchrocket.info and the advertisements presented by ad.yieldmanager. In most cases, computer users are not informed about the installation of these additional programs, which is why we categorize them as PUP, or potentially unwanted programs. It would be best to delete these applications from the computer as well because they are unreliable and could be used to expose Windows security vulnerabilities. Luckily, you can delete Shopping Chip and all of the undesirable software using one step.
If you install automatic malware detection and removal software onto the computer, the suspicious Shopping Chip will be deleted in no time. Note that the suspicious adware programs flooding your browsers with unreliable adverts will be stopped as well. The installation of authentic Windows security software is the best option for those computer users who are inexperienced with manual malware removal and who are unsure how to locate and delete the components related to additional plugins. If you are sure you can remove these on your own you can also use the instructions below to remove Shopping Chip.
Remove undesirable programs
Remove from Windows 8:
- On the Metro UI start screen right-click on the background and select All apps.
- Select Control Panel and then click Uninstall a program.
- Right-click the program you wish to delete and select Uninstall.
Remove from Windows Vista and Windows 7:
- Move to the left of the Task Bar and click Start.
- Select Control Panel and then Uninstall a program.
- Find the undesirable program, right-click it and select Uninstall.
Remove from Windows XP:
- Locate the Start menu icon on the Task Bar and click it.
- Select Control Panel and move to Add or Remove Programs.
- Click the undesirable application and select Remove.
Delete undesirable plugins
Delete from Mozilla Firefox:
- Open Firefox and simultaneously tap Ctrl+Shift+A.
- From the Add-ons Manager menu on the left select Extensions.
- Remove the undesirable extension and restart the browser.
Delete from Internet Explorer:
- Open IE and simultaneously tap Alt+T to open the Tools menu.
- Select Manage Add-ons and click Toolbar and Extensions.
- Disable the undesirable plugin and click Close.
Delete from Google Chrome:
- Open Chrome and simultaneously tap keys Alt+F.
- Scroll down the menu to Tools and click Extensions.
- Locate the undesirable plugin, click the trash icon and select Remove.
In non-techie terms:
Shopping Chip is a browser plugin which comes packaged with a number of unreliable and potentially dangerous computer programs. If you notice any suspicious advertisements disrupting the running of your browsers, there is no doubt that adware has been installed as well. We recommend utilizing automatic malware detection and removal software to have Shopping Chip deleted and the operating system guarded against similar threats in the future.