Offers Free Scan to Remove Spyware, Malware or Adware Infections

In an age when so many computers are currently infected with some form of spyware, malware or adware infection, blog site Spyware Removal is offering PC owners a free spyware scan to help them protect their computers from hackers and viruses.

According to the owner of, hackers are increasingly becoming more sophisticated and are developing more and more advanced spyware, malware and adware to infect computers. As a result, PC and laptop owners have become more vulnerable he says.

On visiting the site, visitors whose PCs are infected with spyware are asked to follow a simple three-step process to remove the virus. In the first step, visitors are asked to reboot their computers in safe mode with networking. This is done through turning the computer off for at least 30 seconds, switching it back on and pressing the F8 key repeatedly until the Windows Advanced Options Menu screen appears. The ‘Safe Mode with Networking’ is selected by using the down arrow.

Step two involves downloading the “SpyHunter 4” spyware removal tool. This is done by clicking the download button, or if the infection is blocking the download, PC owners are instructed to press the Windows key and R to open the Run dialog box. They are then asked to type “iexplore” and click OK.

The final step involves following the step-by-step installation process, which involves selecting the correct language, and agreeing to the End User Licence Agreement. Once installed, the SpyHunter software automatically launches, updates itself and scans the computer for all spyware and virus infections.

Site visitors are invited to leave a comment with their name and email address if their problems persist so that can help remove the computer virus. The three-step instruction also applies to the site’s other blog posts concerning malware, adware and registry cleaners such as GoPC Pro and Optimizer Pro.

According to the site owner registry cleaners, which pose as legitimate programs claiming to improve computer performance are particularly tricky. These “unwanted programs scan your computer it will find hundreds of “issues”. Then it’s going to ask you for money to “fix” those issues and if you don’t pay up, it will try to hold your PC hostage”, he says.

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