What is Saleslider?
Saleslider is similar to a number of recently launched adware applications. We can name Ninja Savings and Majestic Coupons as almost identical programs, and all of them are owned and licensed by Engaging Apps. Names of these applications suggest that they present themselves as tools that should help you find discounts while you shop online. You may encounter various coupons if you keep using Saleslider, but the program is also involved in some suspicious activity as it monitors your browsing activity and sends the gathered information to its business partners. We think that safety of your information is very important, so you should remove the adware program.
How does Saleslider act?
You will soon notice the activity of Saleslider if you have this application installed on your computer. It installs the browser extension to the Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer browsers. So, no matter which browser is your default one, you will encounter advertisements generated by this adware program each time you browse the Web. Those ads are displayed in the variety of forms, including banners, pop-ups, and in-text ads. You can be also offered to download and install some additional software. But do not accept any of those offers. And better do not click on any of advertisements at all. They may contain redirect links to third party websites, and those sites could be filled with inappropriate content. Moreover, they could also contain Trojans or viruses. “We are not responsible for and have no control over any of these sites, products or services.” That is what Saleslider has to say if you think the developers of this application should somehow be responsible for any consequences you may face. So, you use this program at your own risk, and this risk is surely not worth taking.
Where does Saleslider come from?
The researchers working at Anti-Spyware-101.com have discovered that the Engaging Apps programs are not possible to download from the websites created to promote these applications. The download button is broken, and we can only guess whether it was ever working properly. Users receive such programs when they click on fake download buttons they found on Torrent or other file sharing pages. Those download buttons launch file installers and some programs could enter your system. Please note that a malware application could also be installed in the same way, so be very careful in the future.
Luckily, it is not difficult to get rid of Saleslider from your system. Follow our step-by-step guide and the adware application will be eliminated. The guide will also help you clean your browser from the unwanted extension. But we strongly advise that you scan your device for the presence of other invasive programs. You will need a trustworthy tool, so consider purchasing an official malware removal program. It is also important to have your programs upgraded to the latest version. For example, new editions of Google Chrome even block this suspicious application. So, to feel completely protected, you should keep your antimalware scanner up-to-date.
How to eliminate the program
- Access the Start menu and open Control Panel.
- Go to Add or Remove Programs.
- Delete the unwanted application.
Windows 7 or Windows Vista
- Launch the Start menu.
- Access Control Panel.
- Go to Uninstall a program and remove the undesirable application.
- Right-click on the Windows logo.
- Select Programs and Features.
- Remove the unwanted program.
Windows 8 or Windows 8.1
- Press the Windows key + I and click on Control Panel.
- Go to Uninstall a program and get rid of the unwanted application.
How to remove the browser extension
- Launch your browser and press Alt + X.
- Go to Manage add-ons and select Toolbars and Extensions.
- Delete the unwanted application.
- Open your browser and tap Alt + T.
- Go to Add-ons.
- Click on Extensions and remove the unwanted extension.
- Start your browser and press Alt + F.
- Go to More tools and then to Extensions.
- Eliminate the unwanted extension.
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