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Recently, I have been on my daughter's laptop and she told me that her google showed inappropiate results, almost as if it were hijacked by a hacker or something. I went to yahoo answers for some help and it turns out that it is a malware, adware issue. However when I run programs it finds some but they seem to not be deleted? I ran malware bytes and super-anti spy.
Restart rkill..Since RKill only terminates processes, after running it you should not reboot your computer as any malware processes that are set to start automatically, will just start up again. Instead, after running RKill you should scan your computer using malwarebytes right after you run rkill.
ETA: boopme or another helper will be along to help you check for a rootkit.