Supreme Savings - how to remove this adware?
Supreme Savings is a browser add-on which displays coupon ads when it's users visit online shopping websites (Expedia, Kmart, OfficeDepot, Zales etc.). This browser extension is developed by 215 Apps (Excellent Apps) and is known to infiltrate user's Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla FireFox) without their consent - most commonly Supreme Savings plug-in installs itself together with some free software downloaded from the Internet. While Supreme Savings is not a virus it's definettly an unwanted program which should be removed from one's computer. Notice that bundling unwanted browser add-ons is a very common tactic users by freeware developers and download websites used to monetize the incoming web traffic.
The worst part of such promotion method is the fact that most commonly computer users doesn't pay close attention to the installation steps of freeware downloaded from the Internet and they install Supreme Savings or other adware unwillingly. While in majority of cases it's enough to uncheck some ticks in the installation process of free software to avoid installation of such unwanted programs, some download websites are using silent installers - in such cases the adware is installed on users computer without any warnings. To avoid unwilling installations of Supreme Savings or other PUP (potentially unwanted programs) be sure to download free software only from legitimate sources.
Supreme Savings coupon ads may seem useful for some Internet users, however because of it's deceptive promotion tactics this extension can be categorized as being adware. Moreover when users install browser extensions developed by 215 Apps their Internet browsers will display unwanted ads in various popular websites (Ads not by this site). Basically Supreme Savings is a useless browser add-on created to make money from unsuspecting computer users who installs it. Use the provided removal guide and eliminate this adware from your Internet browsers.
Supreme 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 "Supreme Savings" (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 "Supreme Savings" (215 Apps) select this entry and click Remove.
After uninstalling Supreme Savings scan your computer for any left unwanted components or possible malware infections. Recommended anti-spyware software.
Remove Supreme Savings from browsers:
Remove Supreme Savings from Internet Explorer:
Click "Tools" (or gear icon in Internet Explorer 9), select "Manage Add-ons". Look for Excellent Apps related entries (Supreme Savings) and disable this entry.
If you continue having problems with removal of Supreme 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 Supreme Savings from Google Chrome:
Click on a wrench or bars icon (top right of the screen), select "Tools" and click on "Extensions". Locate: "SavingsApp" select this entry and click on a trash can icon.
Remove Supreme Savings from Mozilla FireFox:
Click "Tools" (at the top of the window), select "Add-ons". Click on "Extensions" and disable this add-on: "Supreme Savings".
If you continue having problems with removal of Supreme 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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