How to prevent remove potentially harmful unwanted malware Settings Manager

How to prevent remove potentially harmful unwanted malware Settings Manager-Settings Manager is a potentially harmful and unwanted application. This malware comes bundled with a number of freeware and shareware and automatically installs itself on the system without user’s permission or information. Settings Manager is promoted and advertised saying it a very useful tool to improve and betterment of  browsing experience but basically it is like every potentially unwanted program. It is compatible with all popular web browsers and in most of them Settings Manager also installs it’s own toolbar. The program causes redirects and downloads adware to your PC and fills the browsers with useless content. You should delete Settings Manager immediately as it is not a safe or useful  program at all.


What Settings Manager does


1.    Settings Manager comes bundled with free third-party software.
2.    It is particularly associated with the browser hijacker Linkey.
3.    It tracks your browsing habits and modifies browser settings like default search engine, home page etc.
4.    Settings Manager itself provide  excessive amount of bogus ads, pop-ups and banners labeled “brought to you by Settings Manager” or “Ads by Settings Manager”.
5.    It will redirect you to corrupted pages distributing malware or steal your private data and sensitive information like passwords and share it with cyber criminals which may lead to financial losses.


How to prevent Settings Manager from installing on your pc


1.    Pay more attention to freeware and shareware downloads and installations. Always Check the EULA for detailed information.
2.    Choose Advanced or Custom installation to avoid unwanted software.
3.    Always install only what you wanted really as per your need..

How to remove Settings Manager in Windows XP and Windows 7



1.    To Settings Manager from your computer you will need to delete the program via Control Panel.
2.    Click Start>Control panel>Uninstall a program and check the list of installed program to locate it and uninstall it.
3.    If you do not find Settings Manager in the list run a malware scanner, which will detect the potentially unwanted application and remove it.


How to remove Settings Manager in Windows 8


1. Move cursor to the bottom left
2.  Right-click to open Control Panel
3.  Choose Uninstall a program
4.  Select the unwanted software
5.  Click Uninstall

How to remove Settings Manager from Mozilla Firefox


1.  Open Mozilla and tap Alt+T
2.  Select Add-ons
3.  Remove Settings Manager in Extensions
4.  repeat the same in Plugins


How to remove Settings Manager from Google Chrome


1.  Launch your browser and tap Alt+F
2.  Click Tools> Extensions
3.  In Extensions delete Settings Manager

How to remove Settings Manager from Windows Internet Explorer


1.  Open IE and tap Alt+T
2.  Select Manage add-ons
3.  Go to Toolbars and Extensions
4.  Delete Settings Manager



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4 comments:

  1. This is really a dangerous malware though they claim it to be a helping application

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  2. Yes, though they claim it to be a helping application but this is really a dangerous malware though they claim it to be a helping application

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  3. This is atrue reality rhat the settings Manager is promoted and advertised saying it a very useful tool to improve and betterment of browsing experience but basically it is like every potentially unwanted program.

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  4. The potentially harmful virus Settings Manager is claiming to be promoted and advertised and saying that it a very useful tool to improve and betterment of browsing experience but basically it is like every potentially unwanted program. It is compatible with all popular web browsers and in most of them Settings Manager also installs it’s own toolbar.It is true that their claim is false

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