How to uninstall Relevant Knowledge

Yesterday, I download a program AVI converter. Since then, I have some pop-ups on my computer and browser redirect. Relevant Knowledge has taken up my PC. It always displays surveys, advertisements, poll and so on. This is disturbing and I want to remove it on my computer. Please tell me how. Thanks.

4 Responses

  1. denver says:

    Relevant Knowledge claims that the program is not a virus, malware, or computer threat. According to them, it is an online research project to see how users interact with the Internet. Anyway direct from their web site, I got this procedure to uninstall Relevant Knowledge.

    1. Go to your Start menu in the lower left hand corner of computer screen.
    2. In the menu select Settings then Control Panel (Select “Control Panel” only for Vista & Windows 7).
    3. Under the Control Panel menu, find and select the icon for “Add/Remove Programs” (or “Programs and Features” in Vista and “Programs” in Windows 7).
    4. Locate RelevantKnowledge from the list of software currently installed on your computer. Highlight RelevantKnowledge and then hit Remove (or “uninstall” in Vista and Windows 7).
    5. A prompt will ask you to confirm you want to remove RelevantKnowledge.

    Hope this may help.

  2. kelsey says:

    i have uninstalled the relevantknowledge on my computer. but yet it is still saying its in my system. i have checked all of my places. and its in my notifications. i dont know what else to do. can someone please help me

  3. Melody says:

    I see this on a McAfee site: To completely purge RelevantKnowledge from your computer, you need to delete the files, folders, and Windows registry keys, and registry values associated with RelevantKnowledge. These files, folders, and registry keys are respectively listed in the Files, Folders, Registry Keys, and Registry Values sections on this page.

    For instructions on deleting the RelevantKnowledge registry keys and registry values, see How to Remove RelevantKnowledge from the Windows Registry.

  4. Anyone says:

    Does this copy file in our computer to there server?