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Save the zip file on the desktop or in another folder where you can find it. A folder called 32 bits Plugins0523 or 64 bits Plugins0523 will be created and opened. Find the folder C:\Program Files\Lavasoft\Ad-Aware Antivirus\Antimalware Engine.6.0.0\Plugins, using Windows Explorer or similar program.
If your Windows is in another language than English the Program Files folder probably is called something else. When Windows asks what to do with the files, since they already exist in the folder, please select to replace the files. If still unsuccessful, please see the instruction by Calon:
A brand-new look sees most functions accessed via a tiny left-hand sidebar, making it easier to find what you need and freeing up valuable screen real estate.
Scan speeds have been improved with the addition of "unique file parsing algorithms," apparently, and real-time protection has also been enhanced.
The commercial editions get extended Network Protection with a new ability to create user profiles and define default rules for each network connection.New information: The official solution from Lavasoft is to uninstall Ad-Aware, and select to delete everything during the uninstallation, restart the computer and then install Ad-Aware again.Link to installation program: QKKE An official apology from Lavasoft: Ad-Aware is an anti-spyware and anti-virus software program developed by Lavasoft that detects and removes malware, spyware and adware on a user's computer.According to Lavasoft, Ad-Aware detects spyware, computer viruses, dialers, Trojans, bots, rootkits, data miners, On many websites, users would see a tiny pixelated square next to each web beacon, warning the user that the computer's IP address and other non-essential information was being tracked by this website.