Do you know what QuickLink is?
QuickLink is promoted as a helpful search tool; however, in reality, it is just another ad-supported program which may present untrustworthy sponsored links. The application is meant to present these links after you highlight a word or a set of words on any website that you visit. You should delete QuickLink from the operating system, because the presented links could route you to suspicious websites. In the worst case scenario, the links could route you to corrupted sites and sites run by cyber criminals. Note that if the suspicious ad-supported program was installed, it is possible that you will need to remove it as SelectionLinks. This is an alternative name introduced by Objectify Media, Inc.QuickLink screenshot
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If you have not installed QuickLink, or SelectionLinks, onto the browsers from quicklinkapp.com, it is possible that the application has infiltrated the operating system in some other way. It is possible that the program will come bundled with third-party applications. Whether these programs appear to be authentic or not, you should not install them if you do not know how they work. Make sure you delete unfamiliar, unpredictable programs before undesirable, potentially intrusive activity is initiated. Needless to say, you firstly need to worry about QuickLink removal. This application is ad-supported, and the links it provides may promote different misleading offers, deals, and installers. We do not recommend interacting with QuickLink ads and sponsored links. Of course, you will not be able to evade them unless you delete the disturbing adware.
You can install automatic malware removal software to remove QuickLink from the operating system and the affected browsers. Even though officially QuickLink is compatible with Google Chrome browsers, our malware researchers have found the application to be active on Mozilla Firefox browsers as well. Needless to say, you must delete the application regardless of which browsers it has affected. A legitimate malware remover will delete QuickLink from the PC and the browsers. Unfortunately, the manual removal may be more difficult, especially if other threats are active as well.
Delete QuickLink from Windows
Delete from Windows 8:
- Right-click on the Metro UI screen to open a pane below and select All apps.
- Open the Control Panel menu and then click Uninstall a program.
- Identify the application you wish to remove, right-click it, and select Uninstall.
Delete from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
- Navigate to the left of the Taskbar and click the Windows icon to open a menu.
- Open the Control Panel menu and click Uninstall a program.
- Right-click the program you wish to remove from the PC and click Uninstall.
Delete from Windows XP:
- Open the Start menu from the Taskbar and click Control Panel.
- Double-click Add or Remove Programs and select Change or Remove Programs.
- Remove the undesirable application.
In non-techie terms:
You must delete QuickLink from the operating system to make sure that you are not exposed to suspicious links when browsing the web. We suggest using automatic malware removal software to remove QuickLink and the associated programs. If you want to delete the undesirable software manually, first scan the PC with a reliable malware scanner, and then delete all detected threats.