My father-in-law's computer is beset by WinFixer pop-ups. I've searched through Google and have found many posts recommending very prolonged procedures to remove it. Have any of you here dealt with it in a manner that won't freak him out (i.e., doing much more than downloading a patch/program and clicking the FIX IT option)?
I'm assuming disabling it through the 'msconfig' startup options isn't sufficient.
"To be the man, you gotta beat demands." -- The Lovely Mrs. Tracker
I ran into this issue about a month ago with a user when installing a new HP all in one. TrayApp was the first application that tried to install itself on boot followed by WinScan and then PhotoGallery.