If you are not careful enough and download/install every software without looking, then there is a good chance you have already met Ask Toolbar. While downloading software you might give a software permission to add Ask toolbar as well. So installing Ask toolbar is not an issue at all, but removing it can be a little headache.
Ask.com will not only install the Ask Toolbar, but also other things that are difficult to get rid of. They will add an extension and change your search engine that will not be removed with the standard removal process.
Although, Ask.com do offer a removal software after being criticized so much, but still there is a chance that it might not be removed, so you need to know both manual and automatic methods.
Tip: While installing, try to read everything before clicking on “Next”, “OK” or “Install”. Ask toolbar is not the only software that can get in your system like this, uncheck any added software if you don’t need it. Furthermore, if there is an option of “Custom Installation” in any installer, select it, instead of going for the “Recommended”. Read full post →How To Remove The Ask Toolbar
Earlier there were reports that Home Depot had dropped their support for Apple Pay, and if you’re a shopping at Home Depot who uses the feature naturally you would be disappointed. However the good news is that the reports were wrong and that Home Depot has not dropped their support for Apple’s mobile payments service.
In fact, the retail giant plans to be one of Apple Pay’s largest supports with more than 2,000 of its retail locations supporting the payment feature. According to a report from Bloomberg, the company was upgrading its point-of-sale systems and in the process, disabled the use of Apple Pay which led to many speculating that Home Depot had dropped their support, despite the fact that there was no formal announcement of support to begin with. Read full post →Home Depot Plans To Support Apple Pay With More Than 2,000 Stores