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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


TomorrowGames is a malicious adware application that has been around for quite some time now. It is a rare piece of programming that is hard to come by, but we still need to give it a sort of review, so that users around the world would know what kind of a program TomorrowGames really is. We advise everyone who has this application to remove it in a timely manner, because it is a program that is bound to compromise your computer's security and outright annoy you with constantly appearing ads that we are sure you do not want to see. So, let us get into the various issues this infection has.

The developers of adware applications use various means of dissemination to infect the computers of their victims. Some of them use software bundles, or a dedicated download website. And some of them even use both. Research has shown that TomorrowGames definitely does not have a download website, but is likely to still be distributed either via software bundles. These software bundles are usually comprised of a legitimate application that acts as the decoy, and malicious applications that are installed together with the good programs, because many users do not follow the installation process attentively. If the bundle has been downloaded form a somewhat legitimate website, the user should be granted the option to remove the installation of unwanted applications, and it should be the case with TomorrowGames as well.

You should be aware that TomorrowGames is able to collect non-personally identifiable information about you. The program’s developers can find out what pages you visit, your approximate location, IP address, browser types, time zone, operating system, your default search provider, and so on. The program uses browser cookies to identify you for the developers of TomorrowGames and the third parties that they advertise for. The third-party websites that advertise via this adware application can also collect information about you, and use it for marketing purposes.

You should also be aware that the developers bear no responsibility for the promoted content. The users use the application at their own risk. So, what is the risk? Adware developers are interested in making a profit, so they often turn a blind eye to the shady content promoted via their programs. Therefore, it is possible that TomorrowGames is used to promote malicious content. The program does this by showing pop-ups, coupons, and banners that are irritating. In any case, the application can serve as a vehicle for distributing Trojans, rogue applications, and other nasty infections that are difficult to delete even if you are using an anti-virus program.

So if you do not approve of unknown entities collecting information about you, and you do not want to run the risk of your computer becoming infected with malicious applications, then you should remove TomorrowGames as soon as possible. The possibility of this infection entering your computer is rather small, and it does not mean that all content it promotes is malicious, but the risk is there so why take it?

Remove TomorrowGames manually

Windows XP

  1. Click the Windows button and go to the Control Panel.
  2. Select Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Locate TomorrowGames and click Remove.

Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. Click the Windows button and go to the Control Panel.
  2. Select Uninstall a program.
  3. Locate TomorrowGames and click Uninstall.

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1

  1. Navigate the mouse to the lower left corner of the screen and right-click the Windows logo.
  2. Click Control Panel and select Uninstall a program.
  3. Locate TomorrowGames and click Uninstall.
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