BeatTool is not a browser extension which computer users use with pleasure. In fact, this application is often removed immediately after its installation. There are two reasons for this. First of all, the extension is not as beneficial as it is claimed and it presents suspicious online advertisements. Secondly, the program is installed bundled with other applications, and due to this some computer users do not even know they agree to install the extension. You can delete BeatTool from the computer, and our Windows security experts do not identify any reasons why you should keep this application running.
Rock Turner, Blarble, Crimsolite and Laflurla are few of the many SuperWeb applications which have been created to help third parties serve online advertisements. Not all third parties and not all advertisements are reliable. Remember that schemers are set to use every single security backdoor which is available to them. If the developers of BeatTool were not cautious about the parties they work with, it is possible that malign links routing to corrupted websites could be presented to you when browsing the web. You can avoid this by ignoring the disturbing pop-ups and by getting BeatTool removed.
BeatTool is a questionable browser extension. Malware researchers have found this program bundled with unreliable computer applications promoted via the installers of fictitious Flash and Adobe updates or unreliable malware removal software. Whether the application was installed onto the computer with your knowledge or without, we recommend that you remove BeatTool from the operating system. Needless to say, we advise using automatic malware removal software which could delete other unreliable programs as well. If you are looking for an alternative solution, you can use the manual removal steps below.
Delete from Windows 8:
Delete from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Delete from Windows XP: