If you look for a new Internet browser that should help you boost your browsing experience, then do not think that Tesla Browser is what you need. The browser looks similar to Google Chrome, and nothing is strange in that, as it is built on the Chromium engine. Tesla Browser aims at the Russian-speaking people, so, if you are not one of them, chances that you did not download this browser purposely increases. It may often come in packages with other applications and users are even not aware of its presence. Therefore, we can state that this browser is a potentially unwanted application and suggest that you remove it on the spot.
You can download the browser from its official page the location of which is teslabrowser.com. It comes with a preinstalled extension and later uses it for some annoying feature we will also discuss. Please be aware that Tesla Browser also installs an extension to your Google Chrome Internet browser. So, if you will decide that this browser has no further place on your computer, you will have to eliminate the Chrome extension as well.
We have our reasons to name Tesla Browser as a potentially unwanted application. In many cases, users may not even be aware how they have installed this browser. This is because it can be distributed using the software bundling method. Users install some legitimate free application they find on freeware download websites and receive a number of additional programs. The only way to decline them is to opt for the custom installation mode of every application you download.
As we have already mentioned, Russian-speaking computer users are the primary target group of the developers of this browser. Our research has revealed that this browser was created by ROSTPAY, the company located in the city of Rostov-on-Don. Internet sources say that this company is involved in the creation of advertisement- supported programs, and this is where it starts to be clear why Tesla Browser needs an extension. It uses that extension to display advertisements through it. You will undoubtedly encounter commercial offers, pop-ups, shopping coupons, especially if you often visit Russian online shopping websites.
Please note that this program provides very little information about itself. It is impossible to find out how the company deals with the information it gathers about your Web surfing tendencies. Maybe, Tesla Browser shares all the data with its third-party affiliates or business partners. Or the browser allows some third party advertising and the ads you will encounter can be filled with redirect links to various websites. In any case, as you know not so much about this unpredictable browser, it is better to ignore all the advertising content it generates. It promises to show you valuable offers on the Russian online stores, but if you do not visit them, then there is absolutely no reason to continue keeping Tesla Browser installed on your PC.
You can easily remove the suspicious browser and the unwanted Google Chrome extension manually. Just follow the short steps you will find below. You are welcome to post any question you have in the comment box or via our social media channels.
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