The Adwcleaner 2015 software is free to download and helps remove adware, toolbars, undesirable programs and homepage hijackers. The latest update takes Adwcleaner to version 4.204, as seen within the screenshot below. This software is compatible with many versions of Windows that include Vista, XP, and up to Windows 8.1.
It’s not hard to find yourself on the wrong side of certain software that you might not want on your computer. Adwcleaner by Xplode aims to help by providing a free removal tool to combat most problems, which apparently impacts around 5 percent of web users. You could have downloaded a utility, video, or something else and now you’re trying to decide between Malwarebytes vs Adwcleaner.
You can manually fix some problems by resetting Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Chrome browsers to their factory defaults. Another option that some find a lot easier is to use one of a few well recognized tools, like AdwCleaner. The latest version saw its generic detections updated, a typo mistake fixed, and saw the addition of local database v12-05-2015.2.
Version 4.204 arrived in mid May 2015, although looking back at the changelog it’s clear updates release every week or two on average. You can choose to download Adwcleaner for free from Cnet, or directly on websites like ToolsLib and see the complete history on this page.
We have seen a few problems mentioned about the latest update and this included one user stating they get “error Line 15809”. This happened for a couple of people and it comes with another error stating, “Subscript used on non-accessible variable”. It’s not clear why this is, also the issue could be isolated to a few cases only. Do you use Adwcleaner for finding undesirable programs and if so, are you having any problems?