Need this in a .zip or .7z format as .exe's are blocked in many places.
I'm trying to uninstall your program. I'm assuming it's a single use program, that is download it when you need it, then, delete it. I'm afraid I don't understand your above term "using the 'mode uninstall.'
I see Adware in my downloads file, but there's no uninstaller. It's not listed in "Programs & Features," so I can't uninstall from there.
I'm trying to get numerous SearchScopes entries OUT of my registry. While I successfully downloaded & ran Adware from Bleeping Computer this morning, when I tried to download from your site, Sonar blocked it. I don't know what Sonar is, so I figure I'd better uninstall, clean out Adware, and do some reading before I try again.
Is the "mode uninstall" a new term/function? Can someone help me understand,please? Appreciativley...
Unable to down load this files as all .exe are blocked - do you have a zip/7-zip version?
@rickghouse: I had the exact same error & avast blocked downloading this file from this site!
But having used this app in the past, I clicked on the "External Link" button (under the 'Download' button near top / right of this page, and tried downloading this from bleepingcomputer.com . . . success!! Hope this helps.
my adw cleaner said it was out of date so i downloaded a newer version but problems occurred and my anti virus blocked it as it was seen as a threat to my computer i was really impressed with this tool now i am unable to use it hope you can give me some feedback as how i can remedy this problem so i may go on using your product
Today all of a sudden Adwcleaner 3.311 is blocked as Trojan by Windows defender and my 360 Internet Security.
What is this??????
I have tried to download this several times with the same result as everyone else, Norton Internet Security is treating this programme as a trojan and deletes it. I have been on the NIS website forums and people there are quoting that the programme is safe to use and providing website links for download, both the BleepingComputer and Xplode links yet is still being blocked by NIS, any ideas if there is another programme available...?