- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Term Tutor Ads
Installing TermTutor onto your computer results in having Term Tutor Ads appear on your browser on a regular basis. These commercial advertisements will appear whenever you access online shopping malls. At first sight it may seem that Term Tutor Ads are there to help you purchase your favorite goods at a lower price, but in reality the program behind it simply wants to make easy money for its creators. What is more, commercial pop-up ads could expose you to dangerous content, so you have to remove Term Tutor Ads immediately. Naturally, to get rid of the ads, you have to uninstall TermTutor.
TermTutor is an adware application that is identical to Highlightly, Quiknowledge, SearchSnacks and other potentially unwanted intrusive applications. Although it has an official “website” at termtutor.com, it usually arrives at target systems bundled in a downloader from fake flash update advertisements. Such fake update ads are often embedded in torrent websites, so you have to be very careful when you access such pages. If you accidentally click a fake download link, you might end up with Term Tutor Ads on your computer.
According to our research, TermTutor usually comes bundled with Rocket Search, Deal keeper, Driver Support, RegClean Pro and other potentially unwanted applications. Thus, if you have Term Tutor Ads popping up on your screen, it is the best indicator that there might be more unwanted applications on board. These advertisements are annoying because they can appear on ANY website. Pop-ups will be displayed in all major websites while coupons and deal offers will be seen in shopping pages.
TermTutor itself is an application that is supposed to improve your Wikipedia search experience. It also comes with an instant translation function. However, all the supposed advantages of having this program on your computer are nothing compared to the annoyance caused by Term Tutor Ads. Not to mention that constant exposure to third-party content may result in specific computer security issues.
TermTutor does not provide Term Tutor Ads content. It is generated by a third-party advertising network, and the application does not review it. Hence, Term Tutor Ads could be embedded with links to potentially corrupted websites. Adware programs are often exploited by cybercriminals in their shady schemes, so you should NEVER click pop-up ads if you do not know where they come from.
Open Control panel and remove Term Tutor right now. If you are not sure which other programs have to be deleted from your computer, scan the system with SpyHunter freeware scanner and you will get a list immediately. Invest in a legitimate antispyware application that will help you terminate any remaining leftovers, and the system will be protected against similar threats in the future.
Manual Term Tutor Ads Removal
Windows Vista & Windows 7