...Is a complete dog. I got a new, fancy windows 10 laptop for Christmas, and eager to check out my favorite game on it, on my favorite browser. I downloaded google chrome... from a shady website, and during the download, it asked me a bunch of stuff. Thinking it would be the same as google chrome installation normally is, I just clicked accept accept whatever thinking it was something with Windows 10 Security...
I was completely and utterly wrong. I accidentally allowed Royal Raid to get into my computer. I noticed browser speed to plummet, and getting these weird pop-up ads to new tabs. Using some logic, I concluded that it was an extension and deleted it from GC. It came back, immediately.
If you ever accidentally let Royal Raid into your computer, follow these steps in order!
1. Delete Royal Raid from Program Files in C Drive, and uninstall it through the control panel. 2. Delete it from GC/FF/IE. It is a browser extension, and delete it from inside the browser. 3. Divide and Conquer. Depending on how long you've had it, it could be everywhere now. Get some anti-virus that is well-respected. Do this research on a device not infected. Destroy every single file of Royal Raid, or you've gotten nowhere.
Does anyone have the screen cap where fizzer goes 'It doesn't really matter what browser you uses WL work the same on all of them. It's just some people are Terrible elitist about the browser but I wouldn't listen to them as there probably idiots' or something along those lines and very ranty.