In this case we write a article about the removal instruction for Content Explorer. Do notice that Content Explorer is not a virus. But it does act like a Potentially Unwanted Program. We got questions from customers who installed Content Explorer on their computer without notice. This is because Content Explorer comes bundled with known adware contained custom installers from Download.com and CNET. The CNET custom installer is where we got Content Explorer installed. If you try to decline Content Explorer during installation of the free software you are trying to download, the whole installation quits. Even the free software is not installed. This behavior might vary from customs installer.
“Content Explorer is a free, ad-supported utility that makes discovering information easy. Highlight any word or phrase with your mouse and Content Explorer will provide you with immediate access to Wikipedia and other popular sites to give you all the information you need on the word you highlighted.”
You are being forced to install the offered application if you want to try the free software you originally trying to install. Therefor this removal instruction for Content Explorer as it also includes more adware like Costmin ads.
Also we added 2 free tools to remove additional offered adware that is also forced to be installed onto your computer. We use AdwCleaner and MalwareBytes Anti-Malware for detection and removal of adware on your computer system. Both AdwCleaner and MBAM are known adware removal tools and completely free of charge.