What is AllDaySavings?

AllDaySavings is an adware application that promises to help you purchase goods online for an optimal price. However, in order to provide you with relevant deals and discount offers, AllDaySavings needs to collect information on your web browsing habits. It is not illegal, but if the application gets exploited by malevolent third parties, it could result in serious computer security issues. Hence, you must remove AllDaySavings from your computer, and then scan the system with a licensed security application that would help you determine what other unwanted programs are installed on the PC.testtest 100% FREE spyware scan and
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Where does AllDaySavings come from?

When a program promises to do something beneficial, one would expect to read more on it at its official homepage. is the official website for this application, and it looks rather professional and inviting. It says that AllDaySavings is easy to install, it has thousands of deals, and it is compatible with almost all browsers out there.

However, if you try to download AllDaySavings at the website, you will see that the direct download link does not work. It means that if this application runs on your computer, you have installed it along with some freeware application. According to our security research, AllDaySavings usually arrives bundled with TornTV Download installer, but the program may also be bundled with a variety of other installers.

What does AllDaySavings do?

Needless to say, this application is there to display commercial advertisements. It claims that all the pop-ups are displayed in order to provide you with relevant information on various discounts and coupon offers. Also, when you access commercial websites supported by AllDaySavings, you will most probably see a lot of different ads supplied by the extension.

Constant occurrence of commercial advertisements can slow down your browser, but it is not a direct computer security threat. The troublesome thing about AllDaySavings is that this application relies on third-party advertising networks for their ad content. Since adware programs seldom review what kind of content is embedded into their ads, AllDaySavings might as well be exploited by cybercriminals to promote their websites. This could even lead to malware infection, and you cannot let that happen.

How to remove AllDaySavings?

In order to protect your computer from potential harm, you have to remove AllDaySavings and all the other related applications from your system. Run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner to detect all the unwanted applications. Uninstall AllDaySavings via Control Panel and the extensions will disappear from browsers automatically.

Manual removal may not always do the trick; you should consider investing in a powerful computer security application that would protect your system from various infections. You can also leave us a comment below if you have additional questions on AllDaySavings removal, or your computer security in general.

Manual AllDaySavings Removal

Windows 8

  1. Move mouse cursor to the bottom right of your screen.
  2. When Charm bar appears, click Settings and go to Control Panel.
  3. Select Uninstall a program and remove AllDay Savings.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open Start menu and click Control panel.
  2. Go to Uninstall a program and remove AllDay Savings.

Windows XP

  1. Click Start menu button and navigate to Control Panel.
  2. Select Add or remove programs and uninstall AllDay Savings. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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  1. I removed alldaysavings from the uninstall menu but the ads keep popping up. Is it hiding somewhere else?

    • Hi Brian,

      It's very possible. You should check your browser's Extensions or Browser Helper Object folder. Sometimes adware comes bundled with other third party software so you should check for any suspicious programs in your "Add and Remove" category. Remove the software you are not familiar with or don't remember installing. Also, don't forget to scan the system for any possible leftovers or bundled adware/threats.

      Have a nice day!

  2. I found where it is hiding in my programx86 under letters and numbers but it will not allow me to delete or to remove it how do I get rid of it

  3. Darrell P Scott

    You have to disable the services first in order to remove it. In services it is named: AllDaySavingsx64, and you have to disable it as though you are disabling one of your other services.

  4. Also, I should mention that it comes bundled with the Jump virus and many other malicious programs, just like ASK TOOLBAR! You have to become very computer savvy in order to dodge the "bullets" that are out there on the internet these days.

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