- Annoying Pop-up's
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Shows commercial adverts
SAveLots is a browser add-on which is supposed to provide you with information about the latest deals and offers on the Internet. The name of the program may be spelt in many different ways because it is capable of randomizing it on different computer. Moreover, the browser add-on is promoted on a very simple-looking website named savelots.net, which is not the online source of the browser add-on. SAveLots, which is categorized as adware, is bundled with other program and distributed by deceptive website. For example, SAveLots may be bundled with some fake Java or Flash Player updates advertised on corrupt websites. SAveLots is likely to be distributed by the DomaIQ installer, which commonly encountered on phishing websites. If you ever encounter a suspect pop-up warning inviting you to update some software program, ignore it because you are likely to be taken to an unreliable website.
Similarly to other adware programs, SAveLots automatically collects information about you. More specifically, it records your click, search terms, impressions, browsing history, browser language, browser settings, browser type, and other non-personally identifiable information. The data collected may be used for marketing and advertising purposes, which may result in you receiving targeted ads. Luckily, you can prevent this from happening by removing SAveLots from the PC.
Below you will find our step-by-step instructions on how to uninstall SAveLots. However, your computer needs protection against malware and spyware, and our team recommends using SpyHunter because this anti-malware program can easily remove the adware program and safeguard your privacy. Act right now if you do care about your personal data stored on the PC and want to be sure that you are secure on the Internet.
How to remove SAveLots
Windows Vista and Windows 7
Due to the fact that adware programs are usually installed along with some other unreliable programs, it is worth scanning the system to find out whether the computer is malware-free. Click the button below to download a free scanner, which you can use every time you suspect that the computer contains some malicious programs.