Slow Internet? It could be malware. See how to solve

When your computer or notebook starts to get weird, the internet slows down, the browser home page is modified, new programs appear without you having installed, ads constantly surfing the internet and with sites being redirected automatically to other pages, among other adverse situations that may one thing is certain: your computer is infected by viruses or malware. "All viruses are malware, but not all malware are viruses." In order for you to better understand this difference, viruses are a malicious code that depends on other programs to work, are attached to multiple files and usually only take effect when the user opens the infected file. Malware, in turn, is a malicious program that can install and play automatically without user intervention, causing critical crashes in Windows, data theft and loss, credit card fraud, money theft, password theft, social networking and emails, among other scams online. Malware types include spyware, adware, phishing, viruses, Trojans, worms, rootkits, ramsoware, and browser hijackers. Remember, "Just detecting and removing viruses and malware is not enough, you need constant protection that complements your antivirus without compromising the performance of your computer or notebook." Learn more by clicking here. In this guide, we'll show you how to verify that you are a victim of these threats and how to clean and repair your infected system. For this, we will use the SCAN module of the virtual technician: ClimUP and the AdwCleaner program.
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Compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, 8 e 7.
Follow the steps below:
You have not installed ClimUP yet? Your computer or notebook may be at risk and perform poorly. Click here and see how to install.

Before you begin, close all open windows and programs.

Step 1 Right-click any empty area of the Windows desktop and click ClimUP; ClimUP Step 2 When ClimUP is open, simply click once on module 1 "SCAN" and wait; NOTE: You will be redirected to the official site of the AdwCleaner program. ClimUP Step 3 When loading the page, click "Free Download" and wait for the download to begin and end; ADWCleaner Step 4 When finished, run the downloaded file; ADWCleaner Step 5 When ADWCleaner is open, click "Check Now" to start scanning hosted threats on your computer or notebook; ADW Cleaner Step 6 If, after the scan, a threat is found, click "Clean and Repair" and then "Clean and Restart Now" to start the cleaning process. NOTE: Wait until cleaning is complete and ready. Just cleaning is not enough, you need to protect yourself from new viruses and malware. Click here to enable maximum protection against viruses and malware.. ADWCleanerMódulo speed up - ClimUP