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Every time i go to a web site i get multiple popups and want to know how to stop them from poppin up

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Hi
main reason of pop-ups your computer has spyware, obtain a reliable anti-spyware software such as SpyBot
and clean the all spywares in your computer
Also use reliable browsers such as Opera and Firefox.

Good Luck

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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