If you recently downloaded TTWiFi you should have noticed that afterward an irritating adware application settled in your system too. It is one of the reasons why the software is thought to be unreliable and why we advise you to remove it from your computer. The program was developed to create WiFi networks and it seems to be working. However, not only does it come from unreliable publishers, it also spreads bundled with other software. Further in the article we will introduce you to the information we learned after testing this application. Also, our researchers prepared removal instructions that you will find below the article.
Since the official site is not very functional, it is more likely that you downloaded it from file-sharing websites. Probably, it was bundled with other questionable applications, such as adware, browser hijackers, potentially unwanted programs (PUP). You may not have noticed TTWiFi on the setup wizard, but the fact is that you accepted it and allowed it to be installed yourself. If you want to make sure that such applications would never enter your computer again, it would be wise to remember a few tips. Firstly, you should always make sure that the software was developed by trustworthy company. Secondly, it is advisable to read at least a few user reviews before installing the program. Finally, do not forget to read carefully all the terms that are given on the setup wizard’s steps.
The program cannot be considered very dangerous malware, so it is classified as a PUP, but it does not mean that it is completely harmless either. TTWiFi has a rather annoying habit to auto start with Windows. In other words, it launches itself every time you turn your computer on, whether you want it or not. What concerns our researchers the most is that the program might install an adware application called ADClick. This adware collects information about your interests and presents targeted ads for you. Although it sounds annoying, the main problem is that this adware is difficult to remove from your computer and the instructions below this article will help you delete only TTWiFi. However, we have researched this adware before, so if you insert the title in the search line on our website, you should find the removal guide for it.
All things considered, the application looks highly suspicious as it might act on its own. We would advise you to remove it immediately. If you want to get rid of the software completely, you will have to locate all of its files, directories, and Windows Registry Entries. Naturally, all of it should be removed from your computer either manually or automatically. The first option might be rather difficult for inexperienced users, although you should manage to do it with the deletion instructions available below this text. The automatic option is very simple, you just have to get a legitimate security tool and it will take care of TTWiFi; also, it should remove ADClick as well. If you keep your antimalware software updated it will protect you from other threats in the future too. If you have more questions regarding the PUP, feel free to leave us a comment here or contact us through social media at any time.