Royal Raid Removal Guide

Do you know what Royal Raid is?

Royal Raid has a motto that says “Join the royal family and experience the web as it should be seen.” If you imagine that the Internet should be filled with irritating pop-ups with commercial ads, coupons, surveys, links, and other suspicious content, then you might enjoy Royal Raid. However, we doubt that any user would like their browsing being disturbed by an adware application that does nothing else, besides showing third-party ads. If you are tired of endless ads, you can delete the application from your system with a removal guide that you will find at the end of the article. Also, you should know that such programs are spread in a way that some users might install them unknowingly. If you continue reading the article, we will explain it in more detail.

Our researchers do not think that users could have downloaded the application’s installer on their own. Mainly, because the official adware’s site ( does not have a download button or a link from where it could be obtained. Moreover, usually adware applications are spread through bundled downloads. Thus, you may have downloaded a bundled installer from an unreliable file-sharing website. As you launched it, Royal Raid could have appeared as additional software that you can choose to install together or deselect. Not many users read through all installation wizard’s steps, so you may have simply overlooked it.

The adware is compatible with the Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox browsers, so after the installation process, it should add extensions on these applications. As you surf the Internet, the program will show you advertisements, coupons, offers, and similar content. These ads might appear as: “banner and video ads, in-text ads and links, web browsing-related ads and full page ads.” All of this will come from third-party sites, and Royal Raid creators do not take any responsibility if you get any harm while interacting with such web pages. That is why it is important to know that third-party sites come with many risks. For instance, some of them could promote fake products or unreliable software, such as Royal Raid itself, browser hijackers, etc.Royal Raid Removal GuideRoyal Raid screenshot
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Apparently, the application will also gather users’ data that includes “information about your internet use, browsing activity, demographics, location, and interests, such as websites visited, pages viewed, search queries entered, and specific content displayed or accessed, including advertisements, items in you online shopping carts, and other products or services of interest to you.” Importantly, all of this information can be supplemented by third parties and eventually it could be used for marketing purposes or sold to other interested parties. Such statements can be found in the software’s End User License Agreement and Privacy Policy documents. Also, it should worry each user because if you click an ad and get redirected to an untrustworthy third-party site, it could collect your submitted private data. Under these circumstances, it is crucial to avoid third-party ads and be careful while submitting your private information. If you do not like the idea that Royal Raid can gather, use, and share information related to you, it would be wise to get rid of the program and stop it from doing so.

The good news is that if you wish to eliminate the adware you can do that through Control Panel. Removing it this way should leave no junk files on your system. If you do not know how to access this feature on your PC, you can take a look at the instructions located below this text as they have three variants for different Windows operating systems. Also, you can delete the application with a security tool too. All you have to do is to download a legitimate antimalware tool, install it and perform a system scan that will locate the adware. If there are some other threats in your computer, the security tool should find them too. After the scanning part is over, you see a report with a list of threats that were found, and you can remove them all at once.

Remove Royal Raid via Control Panel

Windows 8 & Windows 10

  1. Press Windows Key+R.
  2. Type Control Panel and press Enter.
  3. Select Uninstall a program.
  4. Mark the adware and press Uninstall.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Choose Uninstall a program.
  4. Select the program and click Uninstall.

Windows XP

  1. Go to Start and open Control Panel.
  2. Click on Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Find Royal Raid, select it and click Uninstall.

In non-techie terms:

Royal Raid is an adware application, and we doubt that its ads could be of any assistance to you, especially when they might promote suspicious applications or malicious content. Although we cannot be sure if the ads shown for you will lead to dangerous sites, there is such possibility and given that the adware is quite annoying it would be better to delete it. For detailed removal guide, check the instructions above.