Do you know what Web Guard is?
Web Guard is a clone of Web Shield. Even though these programs are supposedly created by different companies, it is obvious that they have more in common than just the similar names. First of all, the sites promoting these applications are clearly very similar. According to our experienced researchers, both of these programs have been created using the Injekt engine. Also, we are sure that they have been created by the same company, even if the associated names (Irrational Number Applications and Interesting Solutions) are different. All in all, we recommend removing both of these programs, and this report will help you out. Even though this report is meant to help you delete Web Guard, it will also assist those struggling with the removal of Web Shield, Meteoroids, Blasteroids, and similar apps.Web Guard screenshot
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You might have to remove Web Guard after downloading it from the official website thewebguard.com, but it is also possible to find the installer of this application when downloading other programs. If you are offered to install other software when installing a program, it means that you are dealing with a software bundle. You have to be very careful with software bundles, because many of them are controlled by unreliable software distributors who spread malware that you will need to delete. In some cases, software bundles can even hide installers and execute them without the user’s notice. Even though it is unlikely that Web Guard-related programs will be installed without your permission, it is possible that they will be unreliable and will require removal. We recommend removing Web Guard because it does not fulfill its promises and because it displays suspicious online advertisements. Even though some of the ads could be harmless, some of them could link you to sites that cannot be trusted, and this is why we cannot identify them as reliable.
If you decide to remove Web Guard from your PC, we can suggest two different removal options. You can choose to delete it manually, and if this is the path you want to take, you can follow the removal guides below. If you are worried about the programs installed alongside Web Guard, and you are not sure whether you will be able to remove them yourself, you should wait no more and install an automatic malware removal tool.
Delete Web Guard from Windows
Delete from Windows 8/Windows 8.1
- Access the Metro UI screen and open the Charm Bar.
- Click the Search icon to open a dialog box and enter Control Panel.
- Select Uninstall a program.
- To remove the unwanted program, right-click it and select Uninstall.
Delete from Windows Vista/Windows 7
- Open the Start menu by clicking the Windows logo on the Taskbar.
- Select Control Panel and click Uninstall a program.
- Right-click the undesirable program you want to remove and click Uninstall.
Delete from Windows XP
- Open the Start menu from the Taskbar and select Control Panel.
- Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
- Select the unwanted application and click Remove.
In non-techie terms:
If you have discovered that Web Guard does not work the way you have expected it to, there is no reason why you should not delete it from your operating system. Of course, it is most important to remove Web Guard in order to stop the online advertisements. If you have found your PC infected with highly malicious programs and they have started to paralyze your operating system, you must install reliable malware removal software right away, and the instructions below have been set up to assist you.