How to Get Rid of Windows Route Manager Completely?

Do you notice that there are numerous ads by Windows Route Manager popping up on your browsers? Have you found that your browser are getting slower and you don’t know what’s wrong with it at all? Have you ever thought of that it may come from the adware that installed secretly on your computer? In order to get rid of the annoying pop-up ads, you have to remove the adware or other potentially unwanted programs from the PC thoroughly. Find no way to deal with the adware? This post will guide you how to get rid of Windows Route Manager from your computer step by step.

What is Windows Route Manager?

Windows Route Manager belongs to an adware program (also known as potentially unwanted program), which will be able to attack the browser when PC users download malicious programs or processes. The popular form that the threat spreads into the computer is a suspicious sale way called bundling. At the same time, this threat likes to mislead you into installing it by claiming its special functions and features for enriching your browsing experience. It is a great threat to your computer and privacy. Once installed, the adware may make modifications on the browser settings and DNS settings. In addition, it is able to be added to your browsers and collect your search queries and items and then accordingly send the ads content to you when you surf the Internet. In addition, it has the capability of diffusing more ads focusing on your hobbies through monitoring your secret personal information. Your screen may be flooded with a lot of pop-ups and fake alerts at intervals. What is worse, it is able to compromise your system and violate your privacy in order to steal your valuable information. However, don’t fall for its trap and take quick action to remove Windows Route Manager fully from your PC.

Symptoms of Windows Route Manager

1. It sneaks into your computer and affects your browser without letting you know.

2.It can change browser settings as well as desktop icons secretly.

3. It may deliver various pop-ups including bogus security alerts, commercial ads and other ads on your computer.

4. It changes your search engine and always redirects your search results to websites that are full of advertising content.

5.It traces your browser history and cookies and then send it to the remote attackers for illegal profits.

Manually Remove Windows Route Manager from Your Computer

If you want to get rid of those unwanted ads brought by the adware and restore the web browser to a healthy condition, you have to remove the adware from the PC completely. To remove this adware, you can follow the manual removal steps mentioned below or you can download a effective removal tool.

Step 1: Remove add-ons related to Windows Route Manager from browser.

Internet Explorer
Launch your internet explorer.
Click Tools and navigate to Manage Add-ons.
Find and delete all unknown add-ons.

Mozilla Firefox
Click on Tools and select Add-ons.
On Extensions and Plugins tabs, remove add-ons related to the adware.

Google Chrome
Click on the Wrench icon or the 3-bar icon.
Click on Tools and navigate to Extensions.
On Extensions tab, find and remove any unknown extensions.

Step 2: Delete malicious files.
Navigate to the local disk C.
Look for any files related to the redirect virus.

Step 3: Remove any malicious registry entries.
Press Windows key + R key.
Type “regedit” into the box and press Enter.
Search for and remove registry entries associated with Windows Route Manager.

How to Avoid Adware Infection?

To protect your computer from getting adware, you should pay more attention when you download any program from the Internet, not matter it is a security tool or just a piece of music. While installing free software, you may only remember to choose Next or Accept option, which makes this adware gain access to get into your computer successfully because it often lurks in additional programs along with free software, therefore, Advanced or Custom installation option is your better choice. By the way, you can click on the attachment of an email only under the condition that you are sure it is safe for use and you know about the content clearly. Because spam emails and attachments are also malware’s favorite carriers to spread. Keep it updated and run it on your computer which can also protect your PC from more potential threats.