You might need a nerd if…

  • You see popups when you are not browsing or on a secure site
  • You see popups saying your “drivers need updating”
  • Your computer has frozen more than once in the last week
  • Your computer is frozen and a popup is telling you to call a phone number
  • There are so many advertisements it’s hard to browse the internet

Everyone has encountered an annoying popup while browsing the internet or simply just logging in to their computer. In order to remove popups, a few steps must be performed. The Nerds at Nerds on Call can remove popups from a computer with one hand tied behind their back! Well, that may take some time, but with both hands, our Nerds are able to get rid of even the most annoying and insistent popups that claim you have won a lottery. Give Nerds on Call a shout and those popups are as good as gone!

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Questions nerds often hear about Chico Remove Popups

What happens if I click on a popup?

If you click on a popup, it will take you to another page. Sometimes it will be innocent enough and try to sell you something; but the rest of the time it will probably try and download something to your computer. Even just clicking can give the hacker exactly what they want.

Do popups mean someone has my information?

Popups are often found in conjunction with viruses, but not always. If you have popups, it could just mean that someone is trying to sell you something. Never enter any information into a popup.

I want to get rid of all the ads

So do we. Using Adblock Plus along with a current anti-malware software should keep you from seeing any advertisements on the web.

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Common Terms


A popup is a form of online advertising. Popups can be legitimate or illegitimate. Sometimes illegitimate popups can show on legitimate sites using hacker’s code.


A popunder is like a popup, but hides under your window until you’re done browsing. After you exit, it surprises you with its offer. Do not listen to its lies.