It’s been a while since the release of Windows 10, but the system still doesn’t seem fully developed. Now and then new threads about glitches in the OS appear: from inability to upgrade to problems arising during the use of Windows 10. One of the most frequent errors that users had to face is Something Happened error. This less informative error is frustrating not only it emerges at the very end of upgrade process meaning that the great amount of time required for upgrade was spent in vain, but because it says nothing about the reasons of it.
DNS Unlocker is an application which is unrecommended to be installed and utilized. For the most of users it may look as a handy addon that unblocks the blocked sites and media, though under the thorough analysis, it appears to be a bright example of an adware. Soon after DNS Unlocker infiltrates system, a bunch of ads begin to appear on every page spoiling browsing experience. It is important not to take this ads for real and think that coupons and discount presented by DNS Unlocker are valuable.
Chromium browser is a threat that uses its resemblance to Google Chrome to trick people. Chromium takes after the interface as well as as settings of genuine Chrome installed on your computer – all this is done for user to mistake the fake browser for Google Chrome. Though there are mixed reviews on the product on the web, mostly users who tried out the browser advise to remove Chromium.
Mysites123.com belongs to hijacker group of malware which is sometimes also called redirect viruses. This is malware that is responsible for taking control over browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Microsoft Edge. It feigns to be a browser add-on and once it is installed willingly or not, it starts messing up with browser settings and conduct. Mysites123.com begins with changing the main page to mysites123.com, the search page that gave name to the hijacker. This page copies the design of Google search page in an attempt of making its presence unnoticed.
Safe Finder is a browser hijacker with a disorienting and a cynical name and form. It uses a smear of an application and a search page that will protect system from the dangers coming from the Internet, meanwhile being such a danger. To seem more legitimate it states that the search is absolutely safe as it is powered by Yahoo. The page is constructed so that it would show only these links which sites are promoted by Safe Finder. You should see through the trick and not use this search. But there another problem raises – how to change the home page back to the former one.
Tencent QQ is a popular Instant messaging application that provides many pleasant services like group and voice chats, playing online games, and even shopping. The application developed by Tencent Technology (Shenzhen) Company Ltd. is extremely popular in China and began to spread outside the country territory. The program itself is no threat to you PC, however on the Internet there are many complains about the program and forum topics with questions how to remove Tencent QQ.
Search.yahoo.com is a page which appearance has very much in common with genuine search provided by Yahoo company. The page is closely related to several browser hijackers of Spigot family, so if you see frequent redirections to this page, then unfortunately it means that your system is infected with a browser hijacker. The most common thing about this search that people have used it for some time before raising suspicions.
Windows Prime Shield application belongs to the family of rogue programs developed by FakeVimes. Such applications have the form of trustworthy antimalware programs that will protect your system, meanwhile being themselves a malware that doesn’t have any of the stated capabilities. However, Windows Prime Shield imitates the security activities quite well. From the moment it is installed and until it is eliminated, the application will launch virus scans automatically with every system reboot. And no matter what you do or how clean your PC is, it would give you alerts about viruses
DealPly is a shady browser plugin that once installed starts to exercise the characteristics of adware. The ads it generates will appear constantly interrupting you from browsing. They will emerge suddenly and prevent you from page viewing until you close or click it. The pop-ups may differ in appearance – from selling goods with greats discounts to warnings about system vulnerabilities. Since every click initiates forwarding to the sites that DealPly promotes and by this gains revenue, it is interested in making people clicking the ads.
msvcr80.dll is a file belonging to Microsoft C Runtime Library, and is essential for the programs developed within Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. You may receive on of these messages while running or launching any program written with the use of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, or simply with the start of system. In particular, recently there were many forum topics and questions by the users who encountered the problem when using iTunes application. Fortunately, mostly the error text contains a designation of a program that has issues with msvcr80.dll