Giant Savings - how to remove unwanted Giant Savings ads?
Giant Savings is a browser add-on which promises to help Internet users save their money while shopping online. This browser add-on is developed by excellent apps (215 apps) and is compatible with Google Chrome, Mozilla FireFox and Internet Explorer. Notice that this browser extension and ads which appear in online shopping websites are not related to virus or malware infections, however this browser plug-in is promoted using free software (bundling) and most commonly computer users installs this plug-in unwillingly. If you feel that Giant Savings was installed on your computer without your consent, most probably it was installed together with some free software downloaded from the Internet. Computer users should realize that many freeware developers are using such browser add-ons to monetize their free software, to avoid installation of unwanted browser extensions one should closely inspect every installation step of freeware and disallow any changes to be made to your Internet browsers settings. While Giant Savings is not a virus, it's an unwanted application which should be removed from your computer - such unwanted browser extensions slows down Internet browsing and displays unwanted ads.
There are several different scenarios how Giant Savings could be installed on one's computer: computer users can download Giant Savings from it's homepage and be aware of it's existence or this plug-in can be installed together with some freeware (computer users installs Giant Savings without their consent). If you feel that this add-on was installed on your computer without your consent and you don't want to see any unwanted ads when browsing online shopping websites you can use this removal guide to eliminate Giant Savings extension from your computer.
Giant Savings removal:
Windows 7 users:
Click "Start" ("Windows Logo" in the bottom left corner of your desktop), choose "Control Panel". Locate "Programs and Features". Look for "GiantSavings" (215 Apps) select this entry and click Uninstall.
Windows XP users:
Click "Start", choose "Settings" and click "Control Panel". Locate and click "Add or Remove Programs". Locate "Programs and Features". Look for "GiantSavings" (215 Apps) select this entry and click Remove.
After uninstalling Giant Savings scan your computer for any left unwanted components or possible malware infections. Recommended anti-spyware software.
Remove Giant Savings from browsers:
Remove Giant Savings from Internet Explorer:
Click "Tools" (or gear icon in Internet Explorer 9), select "Manage Add-ons". Look for Excellent Apps related entries (Giant Savings) and disable this entry.
If you continue having problems with removal of Giant Savings you can reset you Internet Explorer settings to default.
Windows XP users: Click "Start", click "Run", in the opened window type "inetcpl.cpl". In the opened window click on "Advanced" tab, then click Reset.
Windows Vista and Windows 7 users: Click the Windows logo, in the start search box type "inetcpl.cpl" and click enter. In the opened window click on "Advanced" tab, then click Reset.
Remove Giant Savings from Google Chrome:
Click on a wrench or bars icon (top right of the screen), select "Tools" and click on "Extensions". Locate: "Giant Savings" select this entry and click on a trash can icon.
Remove Giant Savings from Mozilla FireFox:
Click "Tools" (at the top of the window), select "Add-ons". Click on "Extensions" and disable this add-on: "Giant Savings".
If you continue having problems with removal of Giant Savings you can reset you Mozilla FireFox settings to default.
Open Mozilla FireFox, at the top left corner of the main window click "FireFox", in the opened drop down menu choose Help and then click on Troubleshooting Information, in the opened window click on "Reset FireFox" button.
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