How to get rid of BrowserAir

I keep removing BrowserAir and every time I reboot it installs itself.  How do I permanently delete it?
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Maciej BSDCMCommented:
BrowserAir install together with some third-party software.

Uninstallation is the first step. Before you restart the system go to each of the browsers you have and ensure that there's no Add-ons/Plug-ins related to BrowserAir (in Firefox/Chrome and IE/EDGE).

Once this is done I advise to search Google for Malwarebytes Anti-Malware software (safe to use) and scan/clean with that.

After that the last step would be to search Google for Piriform CCleaner (safe to use) and do the cleanup using Cleaner section, and then switch to Registry and do the registry cleanup as well (doing the registry backup when asked). Leave all default settings - no customisation needed.

After that reboot should solve the problem and re-installation shouldn't happen.

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