What is Webget?
Webget is just another doubtful potentially unwanted application which is created in order to infiltrate random computers and get some profit out of this action. Originally this application belongs to Super Web LLC and it can be compatible with Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. Due to the fact that Webget travels together with other files that you can easily download from the Internet there is no reason to trust in this potentially undesirable application at all. Our research team has found out that Webget is very similar to such applications as BetterEnhance, Fralimbo or Norpalla.
So, if you already had a change to confront with these applications, most probably you won’t have any doubts that it is necessary to remove Webget as soon as possible.
Why Webget is inside your computer’s system?
There is a chance that you can download this application by yourself from the official website. However, one of the main reasons and possibilities why your computer is now infected by this adware is because you have recently downloaded any freeware or shareware file. You have to keep in mind that nowadays cyber criminals use such files as a tool to distribute various potentially unwanted applications. In other words it means that together with any software for which you don’t need to pay you can also download any undesirable infection. Considering this possibility you have to be more attentive about your choice of which files you want to download and install into your computer. In addition to that, it is very important to carefully perform the installation procedure as well. In addition to Advanced or Custom installation option you also have to read the supplementary information about the new program. If you analyze all the data you are able to observe and deselect all additional and potentially undesirable applications.
Why do you have to eliminate Webget?
Even though this application is advertised as PC optimization tool which should help you to improve your performance with computer but you have to think about how Webget acts when it is inside your machine. As soon as this potentially unwanted application infiltrates your computer, all the news about your browsing habits are directly transferred to potentially dangerous third party. After that, members of this unauthorized group can generate lots of various advertisements corresponding to your needs and search results. However, it’s just a tricky part in order to make you click on any of these notifications because in general they can be really dangerous and redirect you to other websites. You should know that there is a possibility to be redirected to other possibly harmful sites even if you avoid clicking on any of these notifications. Yet, we think that one of the greatest dangers you can face is the loss of your personal data such as credit card numbers, user names, passwords and other secret information which should be protected from any strangers. So, if you want to avoid such unpleasant side effects we are highly recommending you to delete Webget right now.
How can you uninstall Webget?
First of all, we suggest you to try to terminate Webget (manually):
Instructions for Windows XP:
1. Click once on the ‘Start’ menu icon and wait until the menu will be displayed.
2. Choose ‘Control Panel’ option and then move to ‘Add or Remove Programs’ section.
3. Finally, look for Webget and remove it (additionally you can eliminate all the other potentially unwanted applications).
Instructions for Windows 7 and Vista:
1. If the ‘Start’ menu is already opened, move to ‘Control Panel’ section.
2. Now choose ‘Uninstall a program’ option and look for Webget application (or any other suspicious-looking application).
3. Remove unfamiliar entries.
Instructions for Windows 8:
1. First of all, right-click once on the bottom-left corner of the screen and choose ‘Control Panel’ option.
2. Select ‘Uninstall a program’ option and then look for all unfamiliar entries (including Webget).
3. Remove the unwanted applications.
Additionally we recommend you to download and install reliable anti-virus tool such as SpyHunter (or any other similar application). You should keep in mind that sometimes it is not enough to remove such potentially unwanted applications as Webget manually, because they can be installed into your computer with some other possibly malicious files. Because of that reason, only automatic scan of your computer’s system can help you get rid of all malignant files that can be hidden inside your PC’s system.