What is GoingGo?
Browser extensions are meant to enhance your browsing; however, GoingGo is not a plugin which you should trust to provide you with the best services. In fact, this application is extremely suspicious and virtual security experts recommend that you delete it from the operating system right away. If you do not remove GoingGo, there is a great chance that the questionable program will spy on you, and this is not what you should allow happening. Well, do you know how to delete the suspicious application? Do you know how to stop adware related to it? Do you know how to protect your Windows operating system against other potentially harmful threats? Continue reading to find the answers.
How does GoingGo work?
Our researchers categorize GoingGo as an advertisement supported program, or adware. Do you know why? It is because this suspicious application supports online advertisements, deals, coupons, surveys, sweepstakes pop-ups and other suspicious offers. Even though this is how the program is meant to work, we do not recommend that you pay attention to the displayed pop-ups, banner or inline adverts just because they present the services of unknown third parties. Unfortunately, schemers may pay money to have the developers of advertisement supported applications display offers and ads which are completely unreliable. If cyber crooks were successful, they could even present corrupted offers linking you to malicious websites or activating malware installation setups.
How to remove GoingGo?
Even though running GoingGo is not recommended, computer users keep this suspicious, virtual data tracking browser extension on their Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers. This is not what Windows security experts recommend. On the contrary, you should delete the plugin right away because its services are not only unreliable but the plugin is also known to track your virtual data. In some cases, it is possible to delete GoingGo manually (see the guides below); however, if the plugin was installed together with adware, malicious software and potentially undesirable programs, you may want to use automatic malware detection and removal software instead.
Manual Removal Guide
Delete from Windows XP:
- Open the Start menu from the Task Bar and select Control Panel.
- Double-click Add or Remove Programs and Remove the undesirable application.
Delete from Windows Vista/Windows 7:
- Move to the Task Bar, click the Start icon and select Control Panel.
- Go to Uninstall a program, then right-click the one you wish to remove and select Uninstall.
Delete from Windows 8:
- Access the Metro UI menu, right-click on the background and select All apps.
- Open the Control Panel and click Uninstall a program to find the undesirable software.
- Right-click the application you wish to remove from the PC and select Uninstall.
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