TTWiFi does not have an official installer, and that is a red flag. According to our research and analysis, the installer of this PUP is hosted on the down.maipala.com.cn domain; however, it is most likely that users will come in contact with this installer when they install software bundles. It is highly likely that this PUP always comes packaged with third-party software, and that is another red flag. Depending on the installer used for the distribution of this program, you might find it spread along with adware, hijackers, Trojans, and other kinds of malicious software. Needless to say, if this software got onto your PC, you would have to remove it as well. Although it is difficult to say which exact threats could slither into your computer along with this PUP, we have found that it always installs an advertising-supported program, ADClick. This adware will show advertisements in the bottom-right corner of your screen. Unfortunately, this adware can be difficult to remove, which is why you should not let in TTWiFi in the first place.
It is essential to figure out which threats have taken over your operating system before you initiate the removal process. If you discover seriously malicious and complex infections, you might be wasting your time with manual removal. In case serious threats are active, we suggest using automated malware detection and removal software to eliminate them from your computer. Needless to say, you should install this software without any hesitation if you have already decided to implement security software to protect your PC from other threats. If for some reason you do not want to use the help of reliable anti-malware software, you will have to clean your operating system yourself.
You can remove TTWiFi from your operating system manually, which you can do easily by uninstalling this program like any unwanted app. If you choose the more complicated route (see below), you need to make sure that you move one step at a time. If you are quick and careless, you might miss components, which might lead to leftovers. Once you perform these steps, make sure you install a trustworthy malware scanner to inspect your operating system. If you detect leftovers or other unreliable programs, do not rest until they are eliminated from your computer for good.