So the first thing is the first. Did you try to try out the usual methods of removing spyware on your computer before running a spyware removal software? I'm asking because many of these spyware removal software companies are shyster and do not allow everything they want without payment. I know I used most of them!
First you want to get control, alt, delete. Go to the Task Manager and see what works. You may have to click all users to see all the files. Now, if you look at the list of programs that run and you see something you do not recognize, you can search for it. Search for the name of the program and search for the computer. Then you can see what it is and when it is installed.
You find it very often that things have been settled in the past few days and you can guarantee it has nothing to do with it. In these cases, it is quite safe to say that you can delete them and get rid of some problems. Not always, but sometimes you clean up your computer and you run a lot better.
Go to this control panel and go to the "Add / Remove Programs" list. Then you can find the program and select the removal. This will run through a series that will extract all files from the runtime mode, but sometimes you will still have to delete the folder named after the program. To do so, you must note the folder that the program listed in your search. Then go back and check when it was finished.
If this does not help, after you've reviewed the lists and removed the necessary stuff, you may want to check out the spyware removal software. But as I said, check the things first and see if you can not run smoothly first.
For the success of your computer,