Constant Fun Removal Guide

Do you know what Constant Fun is?

Constant Fun claims to be your personal shopping assistant that will find you the best deals for your desired items. However, our researchers determined it as adware, and it is a rather annoying one as it shows targeted pop-ups. Some could say that by showing ads it only does its work and helps users save some money. On the other hand, we have researched and tested this adware and so we can assure you that Constant Fun only generates revenue for its own creators. In other words, its creators never intended to make it as a helpful tool and neither do they care about the trouble you will get into. Constant Fun ads might redirect you to unreliable websites and so you can be exposed to cyber fraud. What’s more, this adware acts without your permission, it can download malware and infect your computer with it. Lucky for you we have prepared detailed Constant Fun removal instructions that you will find at the end of this article. If you still have doubts, read the article and learn more about Constant Fun.

You can read about Constant Fun on its official website, but you cannot download it from there. So you might wonder, how could you get it? The most usual way for adware to spread is bundled software, which comes from third party websites, so you must always check if the website you are visiting is trustworthy. Our researchers have found that Constant Fun also enters your system with bundled software. In most cases you can deselect additional programs suggested to you in the installation wizard, but most of the users simply skip through installation steps, instead of reading them carefully.Constant Fun Removal GuideConstant Fun screenshot
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Constant Fun creates its folders in Program files or Temporary files folders. Some of its files have random names that consist of 32 digits, separated into 5 groups by hyphens.These names are random and unique for each system, for example it could look like this: 6b6343c4-7071-34dc-7666-10037ea0d4a6.dll. In addition, its files have Digital Signatures, which can look ordinary and legitimate. Unfortunately, they are signed and verified by Thrill Bill, the same creator who brought us Yontoo. To make it clear, Yontoo is categorized as a potentially unwanted program and a rather nasty one as many users have had problems with its removal. It displays annoying ads that redirect you to third party websites where you can easily catch a Trojan, a virus and so on. This only proves, that Thrill Bill created programs, including Constant Fun, are worthless and harmful.

This adware creates Registry entries too. Though they might not seem that important to you, actually they tell us that you can remove Constant Fun from your computer via Control Panel. We will provide the Registry keys list with removal instructions at the end of this article, so you could easily find and delete them from your system. Constant Fun also creates a few CLSIDs in the Registry. CLSID is a unique and constant number given to a software component. The CLSIDs below are unique for Constant Fun:


Probably, you have encountered a similar adware application before, as Constant Fun is from the Superweb family. It has many clones such as Deals Avenue, Gravity Space, Jungle Net, and many others. Like we said before, Constant Fun enters your system without your knowledge, and also, it acts on its own.

This adware installs a browser extension that is compatible with all browsers installed on your computer. Such browser extensions tend to come with Tracking Cookies. Most of the reliable websites use cookies, but they usually ask user’s permission, also explaining what information it will collect and how it will be used. On the other hand, adware programs use Tracking Cookies to gather information that is considered private by some users, and there is a possibility that your private information may be sold to other parties. Constant Fun will spy on you by collecting information about your browsing activities. Meaning that it will track all your search queries, the pages you visited, and the clicks you made. Later your browsing information is processed and used to create targeted ads that would seem interesting for you. Constant Fun shows pop-ups when you visit various online shopping websites like,, and others. You might be tempted to click on them because they display the same products you are looking for, but for a smaller price.

Unfortunately, by doing so these ads will redirect you to unreliable pages, and they can be full of pop-ups, videos or images. Clicking on them might lead to malicious infections.While visiting third party websites, you can never know what pop-up buttons are really programmed to do. For example, if you click Cancel or Ok on the displayed pop-up, you might be infected with malware, such as worm, virus, Trojan-Banker, keylogger or other, without realizing it. For instance, a keylogger can log any key stoke you make, meaning that it can steal your passwords, PIN codes and so on. Eventually, you can actually try to buy something from those ads online, and so expose sensitive information about your banking account to cyber criminals. Therefore, you might infect your computer with many threats and even get robbed, while Constant Fun would not take any responsibility for the damage these ads may cause you. In its End User License Agreement (EULA) it states that “The Company is neither responsible for nor affiliated with any third party’s advertisements, claims, surveys, promotions, offers, links…or other content displayed, promoted or otherwise made available through Software (“Third Party Content”).” All legitimate software displays EULA and Privacy policy and so users tend to think that it is quality of reliable program. So Constant Fun displays these documents on its page, but does it only to look trustworthy, hoping that you will believe its reliability.

As you already know, you can simply remove this adware via Control Panel. However, there is a high risk that your system is infected with other malicious software or has even more adware. We have prepared instructions for manual Constant Fun removal, but we strongly advise you to scan your system with a reliable security tool, just to make sure that your system and privacy is protected.

Remove Constant Fun

Windows 10

  1. Right-click the Windows start icon and select Control Panel.
  2. Click Uninstall a program and delete Constant Fun.

Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

  1. Slide your mouse cursor to the bottom right corner of your desktop.
  2. Find Settings on the Charm bar and click on Control Panel.
  3. Choose Uninstall a program and remove Constant Fun.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Click on Start menu and open Control Panel.
  2. Select Uninstall a program and delete Constant Fun.

Windows XP

  1. Open the Start menu and click on Control Panel.
  2. Select Add or remove programs and uninstall Constant Fun.

Remove Constant Fun keys from Windows Registry

  1. Press Windows Key+R.
  2. Type regedit and click OK.
  3. Navigate to these following paths:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Constant Fun.
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\Service MgrConstantFun. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\Update MgrConstantFun. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\Service MgrConstantFun.
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\Update MgrConstantFun.
  4. Find Constant Fun, Service Mgr Constant Fun, and Update Mgr Constant Fun keys.
  5. Right-click on them and click delete.

In non-techie terms:

Constant Fun is nothing but a useless program that will not only annoy you, but also expose you to various threats from cyber criminals. According to our researchers, the ads created by Constant Fun redirects you to unreliable websites and makes you vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Also, it comes bundled with other software, so you should definitely scan your system with trustworthy security software and get rid of all threats at once.