- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Annoying Pop-up's
Common Dictionary is a program that will allow you to check different words in the English language dictionary. It seems like a very useful application because it promises that you will not need to use a web-browser or other slow tools in order to do that. The program is compatible with all the newer versions of Windows and MAC OSX, which means that you will definitely notice its presence if Common Dictionary appears on your system. Even though the application might seem perfectly decent, the truth is that it has many drawbacks, which is why we recommend that you remove Common Dictionary from your system as soon as possible.
The research carried out by the specialists at pcthreat.com has shown that Common Dictionary is a typical advertising-supported application. Even though it promises to allow you to check words in a dictionary, the truth is that it will just provide you with commercial ads. It is very likely that you will see banners, coupons, in-text, and other similar advertisements on your screen. You should not click on them because it is unclear where they will route you. Keep in mind that ads might still cause harm to your PC even if they seem decent.
It has to be emphasized that Common Dictionary will not only show ads, but also other unreliable activities. For example, it will monitor and record the domain of each page you view, the advertisements you click on, and other information associated with your activities on the Internet. Actually, the majority of advertising-supported applications act in this manner. Therefore, we suggest that you do not let them enter your system in the future. The easiest way to do that is to install an antimalware tool on your system and keep it enabled all the time.
Luckily, it is possible to delete Common Dictionary from the system via Control Panel. If you do not know how to do that, you can use our manual removal instructions (see below). Users who have never tried deleting malicious software can also invest in an antimalware tool, such as SpyHunter. The automatic application will erase all the existing infections in a blink of an eye and you will be protected from future threats as well. Thus, we believe that it is worth investing money in this tool. If you decide to use another one, you should definitely make sure that it is reliable.
Remove Common Dictionary
Windows 7 and Vista