If you want to use the popup/toolbar Adwcleaner, I'd suggest downloading it from a site with an established reputation which obtains the software directly from the developer such as http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/adwcleaner.html
Even then, do the "Advanced" or "Custom" installation to avoid "wrapped" software.
Adwcleaner was developed by a French team Xplode.
So, who is "deletevirussoftware.com"?
Domain Name: DELETEVIRUSSPYWARE.COM
Registry Domain ID: 1863394502_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.name.com
Registrar URL: http://www.name.com
Updated Date: 2014-06-22T17:11:02-06:00Z
Creation Date: 2014-06-18T18:46:03-06:00Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2015-06-18T18:46:03-06:00Z
Registrar: Name.com, Inc.
Registrar IANA ID: 625
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: @name.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.17203101849
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: neil jonshon
Registrant Organization: NA
Registrant Street: delhi
Registrant City: mehrauli
Registrant State/Province: delhi
Registrant Postal Code: 110084
Registrant Country: IN
Registrant Phone: +91.9507037101
Registrant Email: @yahoo.com
Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: neil jonshon
Admin Organization: NA
Admin Street: delhi
Admin City: mehrauli
Admin State/Province: delhi
Admin Postal Code: 110084
Admin Country: IN
Admin Phone: +91.9507037101
Admin Email: @yahoo.com
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: neil jonshon
Tech Organization: NA
Tech Street: delhi
Tech City: mehrauli
Tech State/Province: delhi
Tech Postal Code: 110084
Tech Country: IN
Tech Phone: +91.9507037101
Tech Email: @yahoo.com
Name Server: ns5.hawkhost.com
Name Server: ns6.hawkhost.com
DNSSEC: Unsigned Delegation
URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/
>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2014-12-08T02:50:13-07:00 <<<
I might trust this site a bit more if it didn't have such a tacky name, and if its owner "neil jonshon" could spell his name correctly. It would also help if he lived somewhere his name was a bit more common. The language on the site was also a tad "overblown" ('assail', instead of 'attack') and lacking the word "the".
More interesting is the fact that if you browse to "http://www.deletevirusspyware.com/", you get this software and a spiel about a Trojan and yet more awkward English "It is a dangerous browser hijacker that is capable to affect Google Chrome". I suspect there are just loads of sub-domains with other pup/virus and Trojans' names. Good for selling advertising.
What you probably get (no thank you, I didn't download anything from there, lol) is the software with a few other things like toolbars/browser high jackers and pups which you wanted the software to rid your computer of in the first place.