|pcchick. If you read through the posts you'll see only one poster, harrypotter, was promoting his own product and he is pretty obviously a spammer. Malwarebytes is a free, well-trusted program that will get the system up & running again, after which using the other, also free, tools mentioned on here will remove the majority of the remains. Anything left after that can be safely ignored as they will have no effect.|
Speaking as a tech myself I'm well aware that a tech can remove this sort of thing, at a price, but I would prefer users are educated to do a bit of self-help and these sorts of malware are relatively innocuous and fairly easy to remove, again, for free.
If the OP is still interested, there's a manual removal walkthrough available on Bleepingcomputer
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