- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
You will want to remove QuickShop from your computer, the moment you realize this application spams you with multiple commercial offers that could lead to serious computer security issues. QuickShop is nothing but an adware application that enters your PC bundled with freeware. This also means that you will need to delete more than just QuickShop from your computer because, clearly, adware programs do not travel alone. Get yourself a licensed antispyware tool to determine what potentially dangerous applications you have to remove from your PC.
Usually, it is possible to uninstall adware programs manually. QuickShop is no exception because it has an entry on the list of installed programs. However, there might be some adware components that are not easy to get rid of. That is why (as mentioned above) you are strongly recommended to invest in a computer security program.
We would like to point out that QuickShop is not a malicious infection because it DOES ask your permission before it gets installed on your system. The problem is that users often do not realize they are about to install adware because they are too focused on the main program they want to set up. By “main program” we mean an actual freeware application QuickShop comes bundled with.
QuickShop comes from a notorious group of adware applications that are all based on the JustPlugIt engine. It is practically identical to RealDeal, RightCoupon, LuckyCoupon, SharkManCoupon, and an extensive number of other applications from the same family. Seeing how QuickShop works just like its predecessors, we can tell that it employs the same distribution methods as well. Hence, it is obvious that one cannot download QuickShop from the official website.
Adware programs make use of third-party installers to spread around, and as far as QuickShop is concerned, this application may enter your computer via the InstallerRex, Vittalia, and Amonetize installers. The most common mean of QuickShop distribution is the InstallRex installer. Chances are you don’t even know you initiate adware download because this installer often hides behind fake download buttons on file sharing websites.
What’s more, it is very likely that users do not understand adware has entered their computers unless it starts displaying a lot of annoying commercial offers. These offers may also prove to be dangerous, especially if malevolent third parties embed their own outgoing links into them. Refrain from clicking QuickShop ads and do everything you can to get rid of this application.
Uninstall via Control Panel and scan your computer to search for more unwanted applications. Do not hesitate to terminate all the potential threats to safeguard the PC from harm.
How to remove QuickShop
Windows 8 & Windows 8.1
Windows Vista & Windows 7