Dig Deep Removal Guide

Do you know what Dig Deep is?

You should know that Dig Deep is an adware program. We at Spyware-techie.com are obliged to provide you with the most relevant information and a manual removal guide that will help you get rid of this unreliable application. First of all, the content that Dig Deep promotes is apt to be supplied by unreliable entities, and the program is known to collect information about its users. And the ads are just plain annoying, so we are of the opinion that there is absolutely no reason to keep this adware application any longer. Therefore, if you have Dig Deep installed, we recommend that you remove it as soon as you can.Dig Deep Removal GuideDig Deep screenshot
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Have you ever heard of a software developer called SuperWeb? The company is widely known for releasing not only Dig Deep but many other adware-type programs, such as Sail Deals, Thirteen Degrees, Application Nation, Web Layers, and many others. These applications have everything in common, because they are all clones of each other. That is right: Only the names differ; the rest is the same. Dig Deep has a website, but it cannot be downloaded from it. However, we do know that you can get this extension by installing software bundles. Websites such as Cnet.com and Brothersoft.com are apt to host these kinds of bundles.

Dig Deep should show you ads labeled “Ads by Dig Deep,” “Provided by Dig Deep,” and so on. However, this might not always be the case. The extension has been made to the big three web browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox). The application displays various forms of ads that include, but are not limited to, banners, pop-unders, pop-ups, in-texts, full-page ads, and so on. Due to the fact that the promoted content is of unknown origin, at least to our knowledge, we deem it unreliable. You should not trust the advertisements, because they might redirect you to malicious websites.

The program’s developers have also made the program to collect information about you. Dig Deep’s Privacy Policy states that by contacting the developers you submit your personal information, such as your full name and other personal information to allow them to respond to your inquiry. It is also stated that the developers can get hold of information you may have made public. We think that they can find that out, because the application also collects non-personally identifiable information, such as search and browsing history. In order to collect non personal information the program uses Adobe Flash cookies, pixels, JavaScript, browser cookies, and so on.

It is clear that Dig Deep will not improve your browsing experience in any way. It will only show its presence by nagging you with various kinds of ads and silently collecting information about you. If you do not want Dig Deep to keep tabs on you, then you should remove it. Now, you can either delete it manually or you can get an anti-malware scanner that that will do it for you.

Manually remove Dig Deep from your computer

Windows 8 and 8.1

  1. Open the Charm bar.
  2. Click Search, type uninstall program, and open it.
  3. Find the application and right-click on it.
  4. Click Uninstall.

Windows 7 and Vista

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Select Control Panel and go to Uninstall a program.
  3. Find the application and right-click on it.
  4. Click Uninstall.

Windows XP

  1. Click Start and go to the Control Panel.
  2. Open Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Find the application and click Remove.

In non-techie terms:

Dig Deep has been classified as an adware application. The program will display annoying and unreliable advertisements while you browse the web. In addition to that the program can easily collect information about you if you provide any of it to the program’s developers via its website. So it is recommended that you remove Dig Deep and scan your computer with an anti-malware scanner just in case.