Have you downloaded Windows Range Manager yourself or did you let it in by accident? Maybe it has slithered into your operating system without your permission? Our research team has not found any information about this potentially unwanted program traveling across the web in an illegal manner, and so it is highly unlikely that it was installed without your permission. Of course, you might have downloaded it by accident, due to which it might seem as if the program was infiltrated without your permission. The bad news is that if you discover this PUP, it is highly likely that you will discover other threats as well. This suspicious program does not travel as a standalone app – at least not right now – and it usually travels via software bundles along with other suspicious programs. Do you need to delete Windows Range Manager? Do you need to remove all other programs associated with this PUP? Continue reading to find out.
Range Soft is the signer of the suspicious Windows Range Manager, which means that its files are signed by this company. The website representing this company is rangesoft.org, and, at the moment, it promotes a program called "Online Ad Scanner." The Download button opens a new tab window indicating that the page does not exist, which means that the installer does not exist. So how is this website associated with Windows Range Manager? According to our researchers, although the website seems inactive, the software bundles that carry this PUP generate links from this website. What is more, it is reported that the PUP was available for downloading from this website in the past. There are plenty of questionable third-party software distributors who could be responsible for spreading this strange application, which is why it is difficult to say which other programs/infections you will encounter along with the PUP. Because it is often difficult to locate and identify security threats, we advise using an authentic malware scanner.
Have you noticed that your computer is running slower than usual? Are you being bombarded with pop-ups and other kinds of advertising? This is the kind of activity that our research team associates with the suspicious Windows Range Manager. If you want to eliminate this PUP from your operating system – and this is what we strongly recommend – you should follow the instructions below. One of the ways to get rid of this PUP is to uninstall it using the guide below, but you can also utilize automated malware detection and removal software. Of course, this software is extremely beneficial in those cases where the PUP runs along with other malicious infections. Although it is fairly easy to remove Windows Range Manager, the infections that might have been bundled with it could be much more complicated, and you might lack knowledge and experience to fully clean your operating system yourself.
Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows:
Windows 7/Windows Vista