Uninstall “Actual Click Shopping”
Remove Actual Click Shopping ads, coupons, pop-up, and online discounts on your Internet browser program by executing the uninstall guide on this page.
Actual Click Shopping or ActualClick ads is an adware that shows online ads, coupons, and discount when the program learned that user are browsing online shopping web sites. It manages to see what user is doing because Actual Click Shopping in injected into the browser to perform its tasks that is to monitor on user’s interest while surfing online. There is also a possibility that adware may gather some private data from your computer. This can lead to identity theft in which your personal information can be used on online fraud.
There may have certain ways how the adware can sneak into the computer. Mostly, Actual Click Shopping code is wrapped to freeware or programs that are offered by some download web sites. Installing the program also installs Actual Click Shopping into the computer even without your approval. On some cases, there is a prompt on the installation process. However, due to its discreet form, many users failed to set an option of excluding Actual Click Shopping during installation. Some directly download the add-on from official web site which is actualclick.com.
Other ways that attackers are applying to spread Actual Click Shopping is through silly absurd advertisements and browser redirect. Malicious links from emails, social networking sites, and install messaging program may also lead the installation of Actual Click Shopping adware.
To remove the adware, you must delete the accompanied add-ons, plug-ins, and extension. It is tricky however. Installed add-on on the computer may appear different and is randomly generated between installations. Hence, all of that serves Actual Click Shopping advertisements on the affected browser.
'Actual Click Shopping' Removal Procedures
Step 1 : Run Anti-Malware Program to Automatically Remove Actual Click Shopping
Running anti-malware scan on the affected computer can instantly remove components installed by Actual Click Shopping. However, there is no guarantee that this will check and fix existing problems on all Internet browsers.
If you did not get rid of Actual Click Shopping using this virus scan, please check the manual removal instructions as outlined below. Restoring Windows to previous state prior to the infection may also be the solution.
1. Click on the button to start downloading our recommended anti-malware tool. Save it to an accessible location inside your hard drive or clean USB drive if you are downloading from a different PC.
2. Once the download completes, install the tool using the default configuration. You do not need to change any settings while running the installation procedure.
3. Update the program when installation completes. Typically, this is an automated process, so, Internet connection is required in order to download necessary database.
4. Run a complete scan of the affected computer and remove all identified modules linked to Actual Click Shopping.
5. To finalized the removal process, the program prompts to restart Windows.
Step 2 : Uninstall Actual Click Shopping from Windows Control Panel
You may skip these steps if the previous scan has successfully removed Actual Click Shopping from the computer. Though, if there is a need to carry out manual removal, please execute these steps and refer to guide below specifically created to remove the threat from particular browser.
1. Go to Start > Control Panel.
2. When Control Panel window appears, click on 'Uninstall a program' under Programs area.
3. Your display now shows a screen to uninstall or change a program. Look for a name 'Actual Click Shopping' and click on Uninstall/Change. If 'Actual Click Shopping' is not present, try to look and remove items with the following names: Bundlore LTD., ActualClick
4. On the next prompt, you need to confirm the uninstall process.
5. Click OK to proceed with the removal of Actual Click Shopping.
Step 3 : Remove the Actual Click Shopping Add-ons and Extensions from your browser
Internet Explorer Instructions
1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Navigate to top menu and click on Tools. Next, select Manage add-ons from the list. A window where in you can manage Internet Explorer add-ons will open.
3. Click Toolbars and Extensions on left side of the window.
4. Then, to remove Actual Click Shopping from this list, simply highlight it and click on Remove button. If 'Actual Click Shopping' is not present, it might be using a different name. Find and delete related entries like Bundlore LTD., ActualClick.
5. Click OK to save the settings and restart Internet Explorer.
Google Chrome Procedure
1. Open Google Chrome.
2. Locate and click the Wrench or Three-bars icon on top-left portion of the browser. Then, select Settings from the list.
3. Once it opens a window, click on the Extensions located on left side panel.
4. Usually, Google Chrome has empty Extension, unless if you install base on your preference. Also on this area, you can find the item provided by Actual Click Shopping. Remove the unwanted entry. If in case it is not present, you need to find and remove relevant Actual Click Shopping extensions like Bundlore LTD., ActualClick.
5. You may now restart Google Chrome.
Mozilla Firefox Direction
1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.
2. Navigate to top menu and click on Tools. It will display a drop-down list; please select Add-ons to open the configuration window.
3. Click Extensions on the left panel. This will show a list of installed extensions.
4. Find the Actual Click Shopping extension. If it does not exist, find related items such as Bundlore LTD., ActualClick. Click the Remove buttom to uninstall it.
5. Click on the X of Add-ons Manager tab to close the current window.
6. Back at the Firefox browser, go to the address bar, type about:config. Next, click on 'I'll be careful, I promise!' if it displays a warning "This might void your warranty!"
7. Type Actual Click Shopping in the search box. You will see all items that were modified by Actual Click Shopping. Right-click on the modified preference and click on Reset to restore the original setting. Repeat the process on all affected entries.
If 'Actual Click Shopping' is not present, try to look for a related entry. It may use a different name like Bundlore LTD., ActualClick.
8. You may now close the window and restart Mozilla Firefox.
Step 4 : Optional Browser Cleanup
If the previous instructions failed to remove Actual Click Shopping, this procedure will help you reset browser settings to default value. The process quickly removes adware and other malicious components from your browser.
NOTE: Please be aware that running this tool may also remove add-ons, extensions, or plug-in that you intentionally load on the browser, not just Actual Click Shopping.
1. Download Avast! Browser Cleaup by clicking on the button below.
2. Double-click on avast-browser-cleanup.exe to run the file.
3. If you receive "security warning" from Windows, just proceed and run the tool.
4. On initial run, the tool will check the browser for unwanted programs. If it finds any programs with poor reputation, it will prompt for instant removal. Please click "Remove all add-ons listed below and cleanup browser." After removing unwanted add-on, we're not yet done. You still have to continue to steps below in order to reset browser settings.
5. On Avast! Browser Cleanup interface, you will see popular browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. Select browser program that is affected by Actual Click Shopping and click on Reset browser settings to its default value.
6. Next, you will receive a prompts if you want to revert settings for the affected browser, just click Yes to proceed.
7. Lastly, Avast! Browser Cleaup will display a message "Browser settings have been successfully reset" after making the changes. Click on OK and restart the browser.
Prevent Actual Click Shopping From Ruining Your Computer
Take the following steps to protect the computer from threats. Suggested tools and security setup within installed software helps prevent the same attack on your PC.