Do you know what ConvertApps is?
ConvertApps is an advertisement-supported program. To some users, this is enough to realize that this program deserves immediate removal. If you have not encountered adware (ad-supported software) before, it is most likely that you will not be as careful with it, especially since ConvertApps is promoted as a beneficial browser extension. Of course, most users, who install this adware, do not know much about ConvertApps. If they did some research, they would immediately gather that this unreliable ad-supported program belongs to the Multiplug family. All ad-supported programs in this family were created using the Justplugit engine, and they all require removal. If you learn how to remove ConvertApps, we are sure that you will never have trouble deleting other unreliable ad-supported programs in the future.
Installrex and Amonetize are the installers that are responsible for the distribution of ConvertApps programs. The creators of these installers are likely to receive money for their services, which is the main reason why they support the distribution of unreliable and malicious programs. On top of that, they do not pass up the chance to spread a few unreliable programs at the same time. Even though it is unlikely that you will be introduced to silent installers that can drop malware without your permission, it is quite possible that you will have to delete ConvertApps-related PUPs, adware, hijackers, unreliable tracking cookies, and similar software. It was found by our research team that Websearch hijackers (e.g., Websearch.goodforsearch.info and EZDownloader are the most common companions of the suspicious ConvertApps. Needless to say, you will have to ensure the successful removal of these infections as well; otherwise, the removal of ConvertApps will not be enough to keep away security issues.
Did you know that ConvertApps can change its name? This ad-supported program could be installed using different versions of its original title to confuse users and circumvent removal. Luckily, automatic malware removal software cannot be fooled by such cheap tricks. If you install this software, you will not need to worry about the removal of ConvertApps or other threats. Are you curious about the manual removal? The instructions below show how to delete ConvertApps from your Windows operating system and Chrome or Firefox browsers, but the removal of other threats might require a different approach. If you are set on the manual removal, install a legitimate malware scanner to identify the threats and use the search box on this page to find the removal guides for each of the threats detected. Afterward, you will need to install reliable security software. And since this comes with the automatic malware removal software, we suggest skipping the manual option altogether.
Remove ConvertApps from your PC
Remove from Windows 8.1 & Windows 8:
- Simultaneously tap Win+R to launch RUN.
- Type Control Panel, click OK, and move to Uninstall a program.
- Find the application you wish to delete, right-click it, and select Uninstall.
Remove from Windows 7 & Windows Vista:
- Click the Windows button on the Taskbar to access the Start menu.
- Open the Control Panel menu and click Uninstall a program.
- Right-click the application you wish to delete and select Uninstall.
Remove from Windows XP:
- Click the Start button on the Taskbar and open Control Panel.
- Double-click Add or Remove Programs and select Change or Remove Programs.
- Click the undesirable application once and select Remove.
Remove from Mozilla Firefox:
- Launch Firefox and simultaneously tap Ctrl+Shift+A to open the Add-ons Manager.
- In the Extensions menu find the undesirable add-on and click Remove.
Remove from Google Chrome:
- Launch Chrome, simultaneously tap Alt+F, select More tools, and click Extensions.
- Identify the undesirable add-on, click the trash icon on the right, and select Remove.
In non-techie terms:
There is not a single reason why you should not delete ConvertApps from your operating system. This program is very intrusive as it could potentially record your personal information. You also need to remove ConvertApps to disable the unreliable ads and offers routing to potentially malicious sites. Once you are done with the removal of ConvertApps, you must not forget to delete the remaining computer infections. Our recommendation is to install automatic malware removal software that will delete all threats automatically and will protect your operating system.