1stBrowser is yet another potentially unwanted application which imitates the traits of Google Chrome and is actually the shameless copy of it. Once installed, 1stBrowser may add certain unwanted icons to your Desktop and set itself as your default browser. It will hijack your home page and default search engine settings. Finally, when you attempt to open Internet Explorer or any other decent browser to which you are accustomed, 1stBrowser will appear instead of it.
1stBrowser promises to become something better than Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Opera. But definitely these are simply the boastful words of its distributors who want to install this application into as many computers as possible. After installation many other really unwanted things will occur. For example, you might start facing a lot of annoying ads and sudden pop-up windows redirecting your attention to a lot of dangerous places in the Internet.
1stBrowser may show its ads due to installation of additional add-ons (extensions). As a result of such amendments into the system your PC may work very unstable, being permanently redirected to a lot of dangerous domains engaged in distribution of various junk applications. Furthermore, 1stBrowser consumes a lot of system resources and causes high CPU usage.
Presence of 1stBrowser in your PC may be additionally traced through the Task Manager of your PC. When you open this program you may find the process called 1stBrowser.exe. Right-click on it and you will be suggested to open the containing folder. This is the main place where the application is stored. By the way, you may also click on this 1stBrowser.exe process and stop (end) it. Afterwards you may try to uninstall it from your PC in a regular way, i.e. through the Control Panel.
You definitely should remove 1stBrowser from your computer once you identify its presence in the system. We would like to offer you the great solution that will help you to do it automatically. The benefit of this solution is that you will also be able to remove other infections which might attack your computer. After removal of all threats with recommended tool you will also need to reset your browsers with its help. Feel free to contact us if you need any further assistance.
Software to get rid of 1stBrowser automatically.
Important milestones to delete 1stBrowser 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 1stBrowser 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 1stBrowser:
- Important! It is also necessary that you reset your browsers with Plumbytes Anti-Malware after this particular virus 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:
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.