Always Weather is a browser application for Chrome enabling users to see details about current weather and a forecast for 5 upcoming days. The application identifies your location and provides relevant information in a drop-down menu whenever you feel the need to check the weather before leaving. However, this seemingly useful application is categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP), which means that it can arrive at your PC unexpectedly and modify your browser settings without your permission or with little information about the changes that are about to take place. Due to the fact that the Always Weather is distributed in this way and some other reasons that are discussed further, security experts recommend removing it from the browser. For more information about how to remove the unwanted browser extension, move down to the very bottom to find our removal guide.
As mentions above, the Always Weather extension can be installed alongside other software. For this reason, it is necessary that you pay close attention to every software installation process. If you are provided with an option to not install some unknown program, you should take that option unless you want to see what the consequences of installation will be. However, sometimes this practice may be insufficient, which means that not all additional programs are presented to you during installation. To prevent this from happening, it is advisable to keep the system protected by a reliable security tool.
Once installed, the Always Weather might display third-party advertisements, the content of which may vary greatly depending on the issuer of the ad. Advertisements vary in types and sizes, and the way they are displayed differ. For example, some advertisements may be displayed under the browsing window, which is usually referred to as pop-unders. Such advertisements are usually noticed later than regular pop-ups, but their display may be very annoying. It is important to note that ad-supported programs, or rather their developers, are usually not associated with entities displaying those ads. Those free programs function only as a platform for advertisement distribution, and you should be aware of the fact that some ads may be ill-purposed. You might encounter compromised ads aimed at infecting your computer with a malicious program, which usually leads to data theft, or obtaining your valuable information directly from you. Throughout the process of your analysis of this application at pcthreat.com, no advertisements were encountered, but that does not change the fact that you should be careful with programs that seem to appear on your computer out of nowhere.
If you want to browse the Internet as usual, you should make sure that you are not being monitored by questionable third parties. Since the application needs to identify your location to function as intended, some other technical characteristics and your interaction with the application are likely to be recorded. Software developers need to know whether their product is beneficial or not, so they monitor users' preference so that they can enhance the product and the user's overall experience with their product. If you do not want to be analysed by Always Weather, remove it from the browser and take preventive measures so that you do not have to experience something similar or more serious in the future.
As for extension removal, it is possible to remove Always Weather from your computer manually, which you can do by following the steps of the instructions given below. Your questions are welcome, so feel free to comment below if you find it difficult to remove the unwanted extension. You should also note that running a system scan is also important, and you can do so using our recommended security program.
How to remove Always Weather
If removing the folders does not help, reset the browser. To do so, follow these steps: