The Threat of BHO.ajs Adware and Your Computer
Adware is something that is often overlooked in its early stages, but the threat of BHO.ajs adware and your computer is nothing to take lightly. Adware is free software that is installed onto your computer, usually bundled with free software downloads, and is used to cause your life a living hell. Some adware is used to automatically fill in forms on the web, track your internet activity, and even add icons to your desktop. On a more serious note, adware can access your registry files and cause your computer to slow down or even stop running correctly.
Not all adware is bad, but it can be pretty annoying when you are trying to perform functions such as a simple Google search and your results are not what you wanted. The purpose of adware is to generate revenues for the software developer and this is done through web-based advertisements. Believe it or not, you actually agree to have some adware installed on your computer when you download free software. This adware is bundled with the free package and is acknowledged in the end user license agreement.
Having adware does not mean the end of your computer. You can obtain free adware removal software that in many cases will remove most of the adware, but not all of it. If you want to be certain that all of the adware is removed, bite the bullet and by a good spy removal program. There are several programs on the market so do some research to be certain that the software you purchase has real-time updates and can guarantee 100% removal.
I know during our tough economic times we are all watching our wallets, but for less than a night out on the town, you can protect your computer for years to come. It’s an investment that will pay for itself in no time at all.
Cyberlab runs on Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10. It has no ads, popups or bundled software and fully uninstalls by clicking Start > All Programs > select Cyberlab and click Uninstall.