Are you facing all kinds of annoying Intext Nav-Links ads popping up in your browser on a regular basis? If so, this is a sign of your computer brutally infected with a certain nasty adware program, possibly even with several of them simultaneously. The reason why this application entered your PC is because, most probably, you personally took part in the installation process of it. Intext Nav-Links adware gets distributed over the world wide web through various methods, including some trojan horses that operate via malicious links. But the most popular way of implanting this adware is through bundling it with other applications. In this post you will find tips on how to get rid of Intext Nav-Links adware from your computer.
This is how Intext Nav-Links.com ads get displayed on the particular PC. First of all, this problem, of course, relates to available and installed browsers. It may be peculiar to all Windows-compatible browser without any exception, however, most often this issue related to Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozila Firefox. If you have this adware installed you will see some special windows popping up whenever you move your mouse towards certain words in text which are specifically underlined. This is what we mean in particular:
If you click “?” button you will discover the window that is depicted above at the very first screenshot of our post. You will see the following text:
Connecting You To A World Of Great Deals
This advertisement was served by Nav-Links. NL helps useful browser extensions and toolbars remain free in exchange for displaying relevant advertisements and messages from time to time. If you no longer wish to receive Intext Nav-Links advertisements on your computer then click here to opt-out.
The problem is that even if you click the “Opt-out” button there’s a great probability that this adware will still remain on your computer. Indeed, it is integrated with many other adware applications, which aren’t really safe for users to keep on their computers. We’ve tested some of these Intext Nav-Links ads, and found out that they were absolutely irrelevant to the words that were underlined. So, obviously, this annoying adware application is just the way of earning money for its developers by bringing traffic to some web-sites that lack good representation in legitimate and popular search engines. Also, this adware program participates in displaying online ads on behalf of various companies that plan to market their products and services online.
Of course, we don’t see anything bad in online marketing, however, the method of budling adware with other free programs used by Intext Nav-Links adware isn’t a very good practice of its developers. In order to avoid unpleasant circumstances of encountering all kinds of annoying extras in your browser you should be very careful not to permit default installation of additional programs together with the initial software of your selection. In other words, even if you’ve found some good free application online, downloaded it and would like to install it right away, always read the instructions of the setup wizard. Make sure you uncheck the option of the default installation of all unwanted stuff. If you see Intext Nav-Links ads that still remain on your PC even after clicking “Opt-out” button as recommended by the adware, please follow our additional instructions to clean your PC from all adware remnants on your system.
Automatic instructions to reset your browser settings:
- Through your browser download Plumbytes Anti-Malware via https://www.system-tips.net/download.php or directly via the link below.
- Scan your computer and remove all detected adware files and registry entries.
- In Plumbytes Anti-Malware click “Tools” tab and select “Reset browser settings”:":
- Give your permission to reset your browser settings by clicking “Yes“:
- You will receive the confirmation windows about browser settings reset successfully. When you reset your browsers through restarting them you will see that adware has been successfully removed and the hijacker has been neutralized.
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