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Danger level 6
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Annoying Pop-up's

Key Shift ads

If you are reading this article, you probably are already fed up with all the useless content Key Shift ads has been throwing at you. It is generic advertisement-specific software developed by SuperWeb LLC, a developer notorious for churning out software (Web Waltz, PathMaxx, LittleWeaver) that users end up removing since it never enhances their Internet browsing experience. And, if that is not enough, it might also be a part of the process of how Internet threats enter your machine and endanger the information you store there.

Be careful when installing any free programs you find on third-party sites, as Key Shift ads might come bundled with one of them. If you are not attentive during the installation process of such software, you might install not only Key Shift ads but also additional suspicious programs. If this is the case, delete the software before it has been active for too long and has taken advantage of loopholes in the system security to get access to private information, or even eventually cause a system failure. The first symptom indicating that Key Shift ads is already on your computer is a variety of ads (pop-ups, deals, coupon offers, etc.) flashing over your browser. Usually, it is suggested to remove the application if you want to clean up your browser window from all the distractions because the advertising material might get extremely irritating.

Key Shift ads is compatible with all the major Internet browsers. It has, however, been noticed that newer versions of Chrome are resistant to the application. The ads you keep seeing opening up on your browser are the result of the hidden processes Key Shift ads activates when it gets on your computer. Remove Key Shift ads because you are never informed when the adware program starts tracking your Internet activities and creates customized advertising material just for you. Although sometimes Key Shift ads might promote legitimate products or services, it might also redirect you to third-party websites that work as direct links for dangerous content to enter your PC; so delete Key Shift ads to prevent being transferred to such sites. Remember that SuperWeb is not liable for the content you might come across when entering the promoted links.

Thankfully, you can remove Key Shift ads in the same manner as other SuperWeb applications. You can easily find it on the program list via Control Panel. Below you can find the instructions provided by us if you want to make sure the removal process is as effortless as possible. Any threats active on your computer might be detected by legitimate security system software; therefore, your PC will be more secure if you have such software on your system. Also, remember to avoid all other programs developed by SuperWeb in the future, as, no matter what fancy name it might go under and what promises it might make, they all function in the same fashion.

How to Remove Key Shift ads

Windows XP

  1. Click on the Start button.
  2. Choose Control Panel on the list.
  3. Open Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Select the program in the list you want to delete.
  5. Click Remove.

Windows 7 and Vista

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Choose Control Panel.
  3. Click Programs.
  4. Choose Programs and Features.
  5. Click on the application you want to terminate in the list.
  6. Click Uninstall/Change to proceed.

Windows 8 and 8.1

  1. Hover the mouse the right side of the screen
  2. Select Settings in the Charm bar.
  3. Press Control Panel.
  4. Select Programs and Features.
  5. Select the undesirable item in the list.
  6. Click Uninstall/Change to proceed with the removal process.
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