If you have decided that you want to delete Track Net Speed from your Google Chrome browser, it is most likely that you have found the extension to be useless. Sure, it promises to test your internet speeds, but there are plenty of reputable speed testers online, and your own internet speed provider could offer one. Undoubtedly, you do not need to install any extension to test internet speeds. Of course, some people might find the extension to be convenient, for example, if they test speeds daily or even several times a day. Even in that case, anyone can bookmark a website that offers a speed tester so that they could access it directly from their browser any time they want. Unfortunately, the main service is not the only questionable thing about the extension. If you want to learn more, continue reading. And if you are here to learn how to perform removal, scroll down to find a guide.
You might have downloaded Track Net Speed using a software bundle. A software bundle is a collection of several or multiple programs and extensions that are packaged together to increase downloads. In many cases, attractive programs are attached to these bundles to push less popular or completely unknown applications and extensions along with them. Unfortunately, when people interact with bundles, they often install things they do not understand, or they completely dismiss the added pieces. So, if you are not completely sure as to how the PUP (potentially unwanted program) got in, we advise scanning your operating system now. That might be unnecessary if you know for a fact that you installed Track Net Speed on its own from tracknetspeed.com and chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/track-net-speed/lllgphednmbcmedipjmodlmffbipmflm. These are the official download site and installer site of the PUP. If these are the only sources you referred to when downloading the extension, you must think of it as an amazing tool that can test internet speeds and also provide you with access to online games.
Removing Track Net Speed is not a complicated task, and we are sure that you can get rid of this PUP using the guide below. We also include steps on how to clear browsing data (to delete cookies) and how to disable notifications in case you enabled them. Note that if you have, Track Net Speed can show you ads. Of course, this guide suits those, who find no other threats on their systems and who are confident that they can ensure security in the future. If you have scanned your system and found other threats, and if you are not sure if you can ensure security yourself, why not install a trusted anti-malware tool? It will automatically erase existing threats and, most importantly, reinforce overall system’s protection to keep you safe.