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#1 MountainDewer

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Posted 04 June 2017 - 06:33 PM

Hello, i'm MountainDewer (got my name from the drink on my desk) and I originally came here mainly for help as my older brother downloaded some stuff that came from sites that I would originally avoid. I would love to have some help as there are new tabs that open up on there own only to show things such as "Emily wants to exchange nudes", once I opened my Chrome and it automatically was on that, yet I set my 'New tab' to where it automatically is to Chrome.

And literally just now I had a tab open for my login at Bleepingcomputer.com and I can read the tab saying "#1 Game" and that is all. 

I have a hobby of doing digital art, mainly mammals or furry creatures of sorts and considering these are making my computer slow is bugging me. Although i'm sorting out files and deleting them and I hope I can dig through my files and find some things that aren't considered great.

Speaking of files, is there anything that should never be on a computer? I saw someone on another post say something about .dll? But i'm unsure, I am great with computers it's just I am afraid of downloading anything.

Mainly redirect is the problem. I get all types of websites so I can't exactly say just one to be removed.

(Also do any of you know if Reimage Repair is safe? I was thinking of downloading it just to make my computer speedy. Here's the link http://www.reimageplus.com. I'm afraid that if I get off of this site, bleepingcomputer, that it will change to one of those porno sites so i'm trying to type fast)

I have three pictures also involving a sort of adblock disturbance? Involving Youtube and Google and i'm sure other sites but I usually don't go on many others.

It is like the page thing where the page crashed and a frown but it isn't on the whole page? Like where ads are supposed to be, it's there. As if they were replaced. This new kind of thing is making be wary on if I should trust the extension anymore. But it worked so much in the past to where nothing could block what I was doing. All of my extensions have crashed before, when Google Chrome was being quite a nuisance, when I opened it, it went to a dark grey screen, I forgot the link it had when I did but the link seemed familiar as the ones when I opened Chrome and had to quickly get onto a New Tab to avoid seeing what would have loaded.

Command Prompt sometimes can pop up, too. But usually I can't catch it with the Snipping Tool I got. But Command Prompt kind of stopped? Other than it usually sometimes pops up, like beside Chrome but not on the literal screen..  It appears on the taskbar but it doesn't show up on screen is what i'm saying.

Also I have a picture of a Advertisment... in a new window? But it doesn't show up on the taskbar, it kind of stays on the tab it appeared on.

I can try to explain it better then I did if anyone needs it.

I'm going to uninstall some stuff I believe I won't need to try to solve the speed problem. I'm sure that will fix it partially.

(Also I have McAfee for scans and such, I just got a extension called McAfee SECURE for making me not go on dangerous sites.)

 

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