Browsing Clear is a program that has been created for a single reason: to generate profit. Even though this program can be installed for free, its services are not free. You will not need to pay any money, but advertisers who want to employ Browsing Clear as an advertising platform will need to pay for the developers of this advertisement-supported program. Are you sure that schemers could not use the services of this program? Even our virtual security researchers cannot guarantee this, which is why you must delete Browsing Clear without any delay.
One thing we know about Browsing Clear is that it is unpredictable. You must remove this advertisement-supported program because it is the perfect security backdoor that could be employed by virtually anyone. Unfortunately, users tend to trust this program because it promises to provide them with beneficial shopping deals, which means the chances of their interacting with Browsing Clear ads are pretty high. This is the downfall of many computer users, because they end up interacting with offers that promote fake installers or are associated with identity theft scams. If you had removed Browsing Clear, none of this would be a danger to you, unless other infections got involved.
It is highly unlikely that Browsing Clear is the only threat that you need to delete from your PC. This adware usually travels packaged with other advertisement-supported programs, PUPs, and browser hijackers. Of course, Trojans, ransomware, and fictitious malware removers could be installed as well. What kind of malware comes bundled with Browsing Clear depends solely on the installers that are employed to distribute this adware. Installrex and Amonetize – both of which are known for introducing silent malware installers – are the most common distributors of Browsing Clear. If you have used the services of these installers, you must scan your operating system with a malware scanner to figure out if you need to delete any computer infections. Chances are that you will be urged to remove Browsing Clear.
We have no doubt that you are ready to delete Browsing Clear from your Windows operating system. Needless to say, the manual removal option is not very reliable, unless you are an expert who has successfully deleted tons of different threats in the past. If you are not an expert, you might want to use the services of an automatic malware removal tool, such as SpyHunter, which can remove Browsing Clear together with all other unreliable programs. Reliable security software can also ensure that all security vulnerabilities are patched, so that other infections cannot attack in the future.
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