DNS-Unlocker version 1.3 is an unwanted program in your PC responsible for displaying a lot of disgusting Ads by DNS-Unlocker everywhere in your browser. These advertisements are generally quite persistent in their attempts to make you click on them. Very often the pop-up show run in the for of such intrusive ads will not let users work freely with their PCs. Opening the desired pages might be difficult due to massive character of such pop-ups. Plus, you may be redirected to a lot of unsafe domains spreading other infections.
Removal of DNS-Unlocker Ads is going to be the subject of our today’s post. The problem may users experience right now is the impossibility to get rid of this adware. Regular method to uninstall DNS-Unlocker version 1.3 doesn’t always help. If this is the case with your PC, most obviously you need to scan your system with a powerful antispyware weapon.
DNS-Unlocker adware removal menu:
- Recommended software to remove adware automatically.
- Resetting browser settings after automatic removal of adware.
- Video explaining how to reset your browsers affected by adware.
- Tutorial to remove adware manually.
- How to prevent your PC from being reinfected.
DNS-Unlocker adware may strike all major browsers these days, including Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. You may notice that these ads are sometimes relevant to what you’ve been looking for recently, however, this obviously doesn’t mean that DNS-Unlocker is some good application trying to help you find what you need to find online.
One of the purposes of DNS-Unlocker is to collect the information about your browsing habits and to transfer this information to various third parties. It appears that this adware performs the role of a spy in your computer. It actually spies over the sites you visit and what exactly you look for through them. Another aim of DNS-Unlocker is to display those targeted ads, so that the owners and the distributors of this adware would get their income. The more clicks you make on such ads, the more profit they get. Likewise, if you actually purchase anything through these DNS-Unlocker Ads, the people who stand behind this adware will become even richer.
Ads by DNS-Unlocker may show some relevant content, especially when you visit various e-commerce pages like Walmart, Amazon, Ebay, Bestbuy, etc. However, please do not think that this adware is trying to help you. The presence of this software in your PC will make your system to work extremely slow due to consumption of many system resources and causing high CPU usage. Furthermore, as we’ve already said above, the adware may lead you to a lot of other unsafe places spreading adware and other junk.
Our strong recommendation for you is to immediately follow the guidelines below and get rid of DNS-Unlocker adware from your computer. We believe that Plumbytes Anti-Malware is a great tool to make it possible (with its full registered version). You will also need to reset all your browsers with its help. In case you need more assistance on our part, please don’t hesitate to contact us at any time of your choice.
Software to get rid of DNS-Unlocker Ads automatically.
Important milestones to delete Ads by DNS-Unlocker automatically are as follows:
- Downloading and installing the program.
- Scanning of your PC with it.
- Removal of all infections detected by it (with full registered version).
- Resetting your browser with Plumbytes Anti-Malware.
- Restarting your computer.
Detailed instructions to remove DNS-Unlocker Ads automatically.
- Download Plumbytes Anti-Malware through the download button above.
- Install the program and scan your computer with it.
- At the end of scan click “Apply” to remove all infections associated with DNS-Unlocker adware:
- Important! It is also necessary that you reset your browsers with Plumbytes Anti-Malware after this particular adware removal. Shut down all your available browsers now.
- In Plumbytes Anti-Malware click on “Tools” tab and select “Reset browser settings“:
- Select which particular browsers you want to be reset and choose the reset options.
- Click on “Reset” button.
- You will receive the confirmation windows about browser settings reset successfully.
- Reboot your PC now.
Video guide explaining how to reset browsers altogether automatically with Plumbytes Anti-Malware:
Detailed removal instructions to uninstall DNS-Unlocker version 1.3 program manually
Step 1. Uninstalling this adware from the Control Panel of your computer.
- Make sure that all your browsers infected with DNS-Unlocker adware are shut down (closed).
- Click on “Start” and go to the “Control Panel“:
- To access the Control Panel in Windows 8 operating system move the computer mouse towards the left bottom hot corner of Windows 8 screen and right-click on it. In Windows 8.1, simply right-click on the “Start” button. Then click on “Control Panel“:
- In Windows XP click on “Add or remove programs“:
- In Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 8.1 click on “Uninstall a program“:
- Uninstall DNS-Unlocker adware. To do it, in Windows XP click “Remove” button related to it. In Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 8.1 right-click on this adware with the PC mouse and click on “Uninstall / Change“.
Step 2. Removing adware from the list of add-ons and extensions of your browser.
In addition to removal of adware from the Control Panel of your PC as explained above, you also need to remove this adware from the add-ons or extensions of your browser. Please follow this guide for managing browser add-ons and extensions for more detailed information. Remove any items related to this adware and other unwanted applications installed on your PC.
How to prevent your PC from being reinfected:
Plumbytes Anti-Malware offers a superb service to prevent malicious programs from being launched in your PC ahead of time. By default, this option is disabled once you install Anti-Malware. To enable the Real-Time Protection mode click on the “Protect” button and hit “Start” as explained below:
Once this option is enabled, your computer will be protected against all possible malware attacking your PC and attempting to execute (install) itself. You may click on the “Confirm” button to continue blocking this infected file from being executed, or you may ignore this warning and launch this file.