What is BrowserShield?

BrowserShield says on its official website that it is 100% free and always up to date. On top of that, it says that it will not allow users to download malicious software. It is unclear whether it is really going to do that, but there is no doubt that this application is going to show commercial advertisements. BrowserShield does not try to hide the fact that it displays ads because it declares on its official web page that it is "ad-supported." You are the one who can decide whether to keep such a program installed on the system or not, but you should know that there are risks related to the ads it shows. There is also no doubt that all these commercials which it generates are very intrusive and annoying. On top of that, they can disrupt whatever activities you do on the web, e.g. shop online. If you do not want this to happen, you have to erase BrowserShield immediately. We hope that we will answer all your questions regarding the removal of this adware in this article. If not, feel free to contact us via the comment box placed below this article.test

How does BrowserShield act?

It is rather risky to click on those pop-ups, coupons, and other commercial ads even if they look completely decent. It is because they can redirect to untrustworthy web pages. BrowserShield itself does not care about your safety at all, which means that there is always a possibility to end up on a website full of malicious software. What is more, there is also no doubt that this program will collect some information about you. It is stated in the Privacy Policy that it does not collect personal information, but specialists working at say that non-personally identifiable information which it collects might be accessible to third-parties and it is unclear what they are going to do with this data. If you do not want to reveal anything to anyone, you have to remove this advertising-supported application as soon as possible. We will explain you how to do that in a greater detail further in this article.

You should be more attentive in the future in order not to install untrustworthy software. Remember, it is very risky to download programs from various third-party websites and torrents because you might download a bundle which contains several undesirable programs. Some untrustworthy programs might also look completely decent and they even have decent-looking official websites to trick users into downloading them. Therefore, it would be really smart to check whether the application is really trustworthy prior to its installation. You will definitely find other users' feedback on the web.

How to remove BrowserShield

It is really great if we have convinced you to remove BrowserShield. Do not worry, it is not difficult to do that because this program can be erased via Control Panel like other programs. In order to help you do that, we have also prepared the manual removal instructions (see below). If, for some reason, you cannot erase this adware, we suggest using an automatic malware remover. You will have to scan your system once in order to erase ALL the threats from your PC. The best thing about those tools is that they protect the system day after day. Of course, you should not forget to update them periodically.

Delete BrowserShield

Windows XP

  1. Navigate to the bottom-left corner and click on the Start button.
  2. Select Control Panel and click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Select the unwanted program and click Remove.

Windows 7 and Vista

  1. Tap the Windows key and then open Control Panel.
  2. Click Uninstall a program and select the software that you wish to erase.
  3. Click Uninstall.

Windows 8

  1. Start typing Control Panel with your keyboard after you access the Metro UI menu.
  2. Open it and click Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click on BrowserShield.
  4. Uninstall it.

Windows 10

  1. Tap the Windows key + Q simultaneously.
  2. Type in control panel.
  3. Open Uninstall a program.
  4. Select the program which you are going to uninstall.
  5. Click the Uninstall button.
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