Did you know that you need to remove Relevant Knowledge from your operating Windows system? It is not recommended trusting this questionable application which runs on your computer through a green globe icon on the Task Bar. The program is advertised within an official website relevantknowledge.com, where you may be convinced that the program is completely safe to use. This is not entirely true and you should run your PC with extra precaution if Relevant Knowledge is running alongside. If you continue reading you will find out why you should delete the program from your PC.
Relevant Knowledge setup includes a clear Privacy Statement and User License Agreement where a potential user is warned about personal data collection. Despite this, not many Windows users have the time or interest to read through this. Once the program is installed, its tray icon is added to the Task Bar and you are informed with the following:
Welcome, thank you for joining RelevantKnowledge!
In exchange for your benefits that you receive as a member of our online community, you agree to have your Internet browsing and purchasing activity monitored and used solely for market research purposes.
Additionally, you are asked to share the number of computers running in your household and your postal code. This is where your secure browsing goes down hill as the program records your browsing habits and collects other private information. Later on this is used to produce virtual surveys which you should not participate in. Relevant Knowledge is an authentic company which represents legitimate surveys. However, you cannot be sure if one of these surveys is not sent by schemers. If you clicked on a fictitious survey, you could share highly private information, release automatic malware installation setups or get rerouted to online phishing sites. Therefore, we recommend you delete Relevant Knowledge from the operating Windows system.
As research shows, Relevant Knowledge can be used as adware as well, if schemers manage to infect your PC with such malicious files as rkinstaller.exe, videoinspector.exe, rlvknlg.exe, rootkit rlservice.exe or adware prmrsr.exe and rlvknlg64.exe. If you do not remove these malign components, cyber crooks could be enabled to steal your login data, reconfigure the Internet Explorer, release misleading pop-up ads and notifications, hijack system processes or connect to remote servers. Since manual removal of these files is impracticable, you should install automatic removal software to delete Relevant Knowledge. If you are determined to remove Relevant Knowledge manually, you can try to delete it using the guides below. Please use a free PC scanner SpyHunter to examine your PC once you are done with the manual tasks, as you may find out there are more dangerous programs you should remove.
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Windows Vista/7:
Remove from Windows 8: