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I read your advice,then i started my task manager and the process which you told first to stop it is not listed there.
please help me friend.
my email id is firstname.lastname@example.org
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Nov 12, 2014 | Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
The removal of Relevant Knowledge is pretty simple compared to other forms of spyware/adware. First, go to the Start Menu.
Select Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs. For Vista users, select Control Panel -> Uninstall a Program (it's in small print under Programs). Search for Relevant Knowledge in the list.
Single-click on RelevantKnowledge, and click Uninstall up near the top. It will take you through the process, thus ridding you of your spyware.
Next, open your Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete once. This will either open your Task Manager, or give you the option to open Task Manager. Make sure Relevant Knowledge is not on the list - if it is, End Process.
Restart your computer. Relevant Knowledge should be gone! If it isn't gone, try this process over again.
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