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Danger level 7
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Connects to the internet without permission


DailyWiki is known to be an advertising-supported application because it shows various commercial advertisements on the screen. Users usually do not even understand that ads are caused by DailyWiki because this program says that it is only going to help you find relevant Wiki articles. Research has shown that some versions will really act as they promise; however, all of them will still show advertisements, so DailyWiki is put into the category of advertising-supported applications (adware). All these ads are really very annoying, but it is primarily advisable to get rid of them because they might expose users to potential threats. Adware programs might perform other unwanted activities too. DailyWiki is no exception, so we are going to describe it in a more detailed way further in this article.

Research carried out by the specialists at has shown that DailyWiki does not install any extensions to browsers; however, it uses the process called dailywiki.exe to show ads. If you have this adware on board, you will definitely notice the presence of this process in the Windows Task Manager. As has been already mentioned, you will also see all kinds of advertisements that will probably have a label “Ads by DailyWiki” or “Provided by DailyWiki”. Do not click on such ads in any way because they might quickly redirect you to third-party websites and thus cause harm to your system. Our specialists also believe that there is a slight possibility that DailyWiki will connect to your Internet to send the collected details to third-parties. Yes, DailyWiki will record information about you, but it seems that it is not personal. Some users still feel uncomfortable knowing that, so we suggest getting rid of DailyWiki immediately if you do not want to reveal anything to third-party companies.

There are thousands of other adware programs and any of them might slither onto your computer in the future. We could not detect the official website of DailyWiki but we are use that it uses the method employed by other advertising-supported applications too – DailyWiki enters systems in a bundle with other applications. Users usually get software bundles from third-party web pages and torrents. If you have recently downloaded a program from there, it is not surprising at all that DailyWiki has slithered onto your computer too. You should check whether you do not have other undesirable programs on board too. You can do that by scanning the system with the SpyHunter antimalware suite.

In our opinion, the quickest and easiest way to delete DailyWiki and stop ads from appearing is to scan the system with SpyHunter, which is a very powerful antimalware tool. If you do not want to invest in an automatic tool, you can try to erase this advertising-supported application yourself; however, you should not forget that it is not so easy to do that. Besides, other undesirable programs will stay and they might continue doing various activities behind your back. If you want to be sure that your PC is clean, scan your system with an automatic tool after you delete DailyWiki adware manually.

DailyWiki Removal Guide

Windows XP

  1. Click the Start button.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Select the program and click Remove.

Windows 7 and Vista

  1. Tap the Windows key to access the Start menu.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Click Uninstall a program.
  4. Select DailyWiki and then click Uninstall.

Windows 8/8.1/10

  1. Launch RUN by tapping the Windows key + R.
  2. Enter Control Panel in the box.
  3. Click OK.
  4. Click Uninstall a program.
  5. Right-click on DailyWiki.
  6. Click Uninstall.
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