- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Even though WhiteWindow might be introduced to you as a useful application, our researchers have found that it is yet another unreliable advertisement-supported program that was created to fool you. As soon as this program establishes itself on your operating system, it starts injecting advertisements, and trusting them can be very dangerous. Unfortunately, many users are tricked into clicking on these ads because they are represented in the most alluring manner. Whether or not you have interacted with unreliable ads already, you should read this report. It explains why all users need to remove WhiteWindow from their operating systems.
It is unlikely that you will need to remove DoReMe, FlashBeat, PrintOnKey, or other identical programs, but you need to learn about these programs as well. These programs are identified as clones of WhiteWindow, but we cannot guarantee that they were created by the same company. None of these programs has a user interface, and there is very little information about them, which makes it difficult to link any of them to a particular company. According to our researchers, in most cases these programs are installed to %ALLUSERSPROFILE% and are operated using background processes (e.g., WhiteWindow.exe). Needless to say, this is why many computer users have trouble identifying and deleting WhiteWindow.
Even though WhiteWindow is unlikely to be installed without permission, many users install it by accident because it might be offered along with many other programs. Needless to say, overlooking programs when downloading software is extremely dangerous, and you should be more careful. Unfortunately, the suspicious WhiteWindow is unlikely to be the most unreliable program on your PC. The installers promoting this adware are known to carry malware as well. As you now know, it is important to delete this adware, but it might be best to remove the programs installed along with it first.
Uninstall WhiteWindow using our removal guide below, and then run a malware scanner to see if you need to delete adware leftovers or other threats. As mentioned previously, it is likely that you will need to delete more malicious threats from your operating system, and it is important that you deal with these as soon as possible. If you are inexperienced with manual removal, we do not advise experimenting with malware. Instead, install a security tool that will locate and delete malware automatically. If you choose to install this software, you can trust it to remove WhiteWindow as well.
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Remove from Windows 8 or Windows 8.1:
Remove from Windows 10: