If you must get yourself an application which would inform you about various coupon deals and discount offers, better stay away from Savings Bull. Although this program promotes itself as a useful application that can help you save money while shopping online, the program is nothing but an adware application that may expose you to potential system threats. Thus, you are advised to remove Savings Bull from your computer immediately, along with other programs that this adware might have arrived with. Keep in mind that such programs often travel in packs.
The reason why you should not trust Savings Bull is because this program often enters your system bundled with other adware and adware helpers. Disregarding the fact that the application may really provide you with relevant shopping information, we need to take in consideration, that Savings Bull might be more dangerous than useful.
It is also true that it is possible to download the application directly from savingsbull.com. It is the main home page for the program and there you can see that Savings Bull is compatible with such popular commercial websites as Walmart, Best Buy, Expedia and others. The application cannot be successfully installed on computers that run on Windows 8. Also, Savings Bull does not install any extension or plug-in on your browser.
Once the problem loads, there is a process running in the background, named SavingsbullFilterService64.exe. You can also find an entry for the application in the list of installed programs in Control Panel. That is also the reason why it is not that hard to remove Savings Bull from your computer. Nevertheless, if you choose to remove the application manually, you need to remember that there might be other potentially unwanted programs that ought to be removed.
If you are still wondering why Savings Bull is supposed to be removed, then consider this: in order to display commercial advertisements and pop-ups this application needs to collect data on your web browsing history. This data cannot be personally identifiable, but if it is leaked to malicious third party, it could be used for marketing purposes, and in the long run you could be exposed to dangerous third party content.
After all, such adware applications as Savings Bull seldom review the third party content they display in the pop-up ads, so you obviously click them at your own risk! Refrain from click outgoing links to unknown websites and do what is best for you and your computer – uninstall Savings Bull.
To make sure that you have really removed the application, run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner after manual removal, and invest in a powerful antimalware tool if need be.
Windows Vista & Windows 7