Do you know what 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Ups are?
'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Ups may go on your nerves already because they keep showing up while you are browsing the web and you may not even realize that your PC could have been infected by an adware program or a potentially unwanted program that is capable of redirection. Although these pop-ups cannot be called dangerous in any way, they are actually fake alerts that were made to push you to buy a certain updater tool that is most likely a potentially unwanted program that may not even work properly. It is important to not fall prey to this scam because you could lose some of your money for no reason. While these fake alerts may not be a direct threat to your system, the malware program that may be responsible for it could cause system security issues for you, such as expose you to unsafe third-party ads and other questionable contents. This is why we recommend that you do not hesitate to remove 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Ups along with all other possible threats you may find on your system to be able to have a fresh start.
In order for you to end up on a malicious page that would display these fake alerts you either need to have an infected computer or click on corrupt third-party advertising on questionable websites. It is quite possible that you have not noticed that there are a few adware programs or potentially unwanted programs hiding on your system as the remnants of a previous malware infection or questionable download. Although, it is usually quite easy to spot an adware app since it will most likely flood your screen with a constant flow of random or customized third-party advertisements while you are surfing the web. Such an infection can also redirect you to malicious pages like the one that can show you these fake alerts about supposed system and registry issues. We do not claim that all potentially unwanted programs are capable of the same but there can be some that may be able to redirect you to promote this alleged updater tool. When you find out that there is an adware or other questionable program on board, it usually means that there could be more since these mostly spread via freeware bundles. Most users download and install such bundles by clicking on corrupt third-party content or by downloading free files from questionable sources. All in all, we recommend that after you delete 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Ups from your system, you also run a trustworthy malware scanner to figure out what else needs your attention and action. Since you may also end up seeing such fake alerts by clicking on unsafe third-party content, you should stay away from suspicious websites to be safe.
This malicious page shows you a fake Windows logo and a Microsoft certification logo to mislead you. This is all a scam to convince you that you need to install a recommended program, PC Update Tool. These fake alerts may claim that some serious issues have been found in your Windows Registry that can slow down your computer and lower your system performance. However, our researchers have found that this can actually be true but when an adware program redirects you there and it uses your system resources for its dirty operations. Although these promotional pages may look real to the untrained eye, we recommend that you ignore them. If your computer is not infected, you can simply close your browser window to eliminate 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Ups. But, if you keep experiencing these fake alerts, we advise you to remove 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Ups by uninstalling the malware threat that could be responsible.
If you want to find the malicious or potentially unwanted program that exposes you to these fake alerts, you should start by scanning your installed programs list in Control Panel. You can uninstall all suspicious programs you see there after you double-check them in Google. Please follow our instructions below for manual removal. Since there could be other threats on board and you may also let other infections onto your system in the future, we believe that it would be best to install a reliable anti-malware program, such as SpyHunter.
How to remove 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Ups from Windows
Windows 8 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 10
- Press Win+R and type control panel. Click OK.
- Choose Uninstall a program.
- Click onthe uninstaller and press Uninstall.
Windows Vista / Windows 7
- Open the Start menu and pick Control Panel.
- Select Uninstall a program.
- Click on the uninstaller and press Uninstall.
- Press the Start button and navigate to Control Panel.
- Pick Add or Remove Programs.
- Click on the uninstaller and press Remove.
In non-techie terms:
'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Ups can show up in your browsers when you get redirected to a malicious page that tries to make you believe that there may be registry problems and other security-related issues on your system that need to be fixed. Of course, this page offers you a way to fix these if you download the PC Update Tool. Our researchers say that these are simply fake alerts of an aggressive marketing spree. You should not only pay no attention to these but we recommend that you remove 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Ups right away by identifying the responsible malware on your system. It is also possible that you get redirected to these fake alerts by clicking on unsafe third-party ads and links you may encounter on suspicious websites or these could be generated by malware on your computer. If you want to protect your PC against all known malware infections, we advise you to install a decent anti-malware program as soon as you can.