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Can’t Remove Internet Speed Utility? This page includes detailed Internet Speed Utility Removal instructions!
Internet Speed Utility is a potentially unwanted program. Like, most (if not all) PUPs, it makes grand promises of assistance. And, then, falls short on each one. Sure, the tool assures you that it will speed up your Internet speed. It offers to check your download and upload speed. And, make improvements if they’re necessary. Naturally, the application claims to improve your browser experience. It does its best to convince you how helpful it is. Its selling point is that it’s reliable, trustworthy, and useful. It’s not. Internet Speed Utility is the exact opposite of all these. It’s a harmful cyber infection, which should not be left on your PC. You must get rid of it the moment you detect its presence. If you don’t, it will do the opposite of what it promised. It will mess up your system settings and slow down your computer’s performance. It will interfere with your browsing incessantly. So much so that it will cause your system to crash all the time. The PUP bombards you with pop-up ads, and redirects you to suspicious websites. Also, to top it off, it jeopardizes your privacy. Does that sound like a program worth keeping? Do yourself a favor, and remove it the first chance you get. You’ll save yourself a ton of troubles, and your future self will thank you for it.
How did I get infected with Internet Speed Utility?
Internet Speed Utility resorts to the usual antics to invade your system. It tends to slither in undetected with the help of the old but gold means of infiltration. That includes hitching a ride with spam email attachments or corrupted links. Also, it can pretend to be a bogus update. Like, Java or Adobe Flash Player. And, while you may be certain you’re installing updates, you’re wrong. In reality, you’re giving the green light to n infection. But the most common method of infiltration is via freeware. That’s because is provides possibly the easiest access point. Most users throw caution to the wind during its install. Instead of reading the terms and conditions with vigilance, they agree to everything. Don’t rely on luck! If you do, odds are, you’ll end up with malware. Do your due diligence. Be thorough and take your time. Remember, infections prey on carelessness. So, don’t grant it.
Why is Internet Speed Utility dangerous?
Internet Speed Utility is intrusive, and its meddling begins shortly after invasion. It makes copies of registry entries, and other essential system files. It reshuffles your default system settings, and makes it so it has control over your PC. Every time you open a new tab or try to surf the web, it interferes. It redirects you to unreliable websites, riddled with lurking threats. And, it bombards you with waterfalls of pop-up advertisements. There may come a point when your screen gets covered with pop-up windows and coupons. By not removing the PUP as soon as possible, you risk the display of The Blue Screen of Death. Yes, the dreaded blue comes as a valid repercussion of Internet Speed Utility. Granted, the possibility of it occurring is rather minuscule. But that does not make it non-existent. So, ask yourself. As small and insignificant as the odds of seeing the nasty blue screen may be, are you prepared to take them? Are you willing to take your chances? And, for what? A worthless, harmful program that lies and exploits you? Not to mention, spies on you. Yes, Internet Speed Utility spies on you from the moment it enters your PC. It keeps track of your every online move until it decides it has gathered enough data. Then, it proceeds to send it to the unknown third parties behind it. That’s right. It hands your personal and financial information to strangers with agendas. And, again, ask yourself. Is the Internet Speed Utility program worth you gambling so much? For the prospects of gaining…what exactly? A supposed faster Internet speed, proven to be a false promise? Don’t take unnecessary risks. Delete the PUP at once.
How Can I Remove Internet Speed Utility?
If you perform exactly the steps below you should be able to remove the Internet Speed Utility infection. Please, follow the procedures in the exact order. Please, consider to print this guide or have another computer at your disposal. You will NOT need any USB sticks or CDs.
- Open your task Manager by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+ESC keys simultaneously
- Locate the process of fileopenerpro.exe and kill it
- Open your windows registry editor by typing”regedit” in the windows search box
Navigate to (Depending on your OS version)
and delete the display Name: Internet Speed Utility
Simultaneously press the Windows Logo Button and then “R” to open the Run Command
Locate the Internet Speed Utility program and click on uninstall/change. To facilitate the search you can sort the programs by date. Review the most recent installed programs first. In general you should remove all unknown programs.
Navigate to C:/Program Files and delete Internet Speed Utility folder. Double check with any antimalware program for any leftovers. Keep your software up-to date!