After entering the machine, adware begins to change the browser settings, trying to provide advertising most efficiently. Such alterations involve the built-in browser pop-ups such as warnings about harmful substance of the website. Also, adware often switches the default search provider and new tab pages to suspicious website. After that, Mail.ru appends some lines to registry that are responsible for reinstallation of adware in case of removal. According to these measures, Mail.ru defends itself from elimination, and continues to display ads even if victim resets the browser settings. After accomplishing this, Mail.ru keeps on showing ads. Now you know for sure that none of the adware's functions is intended to be helpful. The only thing swindlers care about is money, so they'll generate ads until you remove Mail.ru.
Mail.ru installs on computer with Amigo browser, Puls extension and other: Mail ru and Amigo browser.