New Tab Wallpapers
New Tab Wallpapers is a type of browser-redirecting advertising app that will constantly keep injecting ads into the results of your search engine. New Tab Wallpapers hijacks the main components (homepage, toolbar, search engine) of the browsers it gets installed in and uses them as advertising tools.
The goal of this app isn’t to harm your PC in any way but its presence in the browser is most definitely unwanted and should not be tolerated. Some users who encounter such unwanted components in their browsers and after failing to remove them the conventional way oftentimes decide to simply switch to another browser and uninstall the “infected” one.
This, however, is often not enough to deal with the problem. Many hijackers make changes in the System Registry that allow them to reinstall themselves in any browser, including Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. Therefore, if the page redirects and the popups of New Tab Wallpapers are obstructing you whenever you decide to use your browser, your best option is to find a way to fully uninstall the app from your computer and also to reverse any Registry or system changes that it has made without your permission. Only then could you be certain that this undesirable software will no longer bother you with its advertising attempts.
The NewTabWallpapers redirect to Yahoo
The NewTabWallpapers redirects to Yahoo for all its searches, replacing Google. The NewTabWallpapers makes this likely because its creators receive commissions for user partners targeted at Yahoo.
In the case of New Tab Wallpapers, that something is the changes it makes in the browser without your permission and the ceaseless spam with ads and page-redirects that it brings to your screen. Not only are those irritating and obstructive but they could also potentially get you into more trouble since not all of the content that these apps promote can be trusted. In general, until the hijacker is uninstalled, it is advisable that you do your best to avoid interacting with anything that New Tab Wallpapers shows in your browser. No clicking on links, no opening random banners and other ads or else, before you know it, you may have a significantly more serious form of malware, such as a Trojan or a file-encrypting ransomware virus, on your hands.
The New Tab Wallpapers Virus
Many users and even researchers refer to apps like the New Tab Wallpapers virus as viruses but this is an inaccurate way of describing a browser hijacker. A more correct term for browser hijackers would PUP (potentially unwanted programs).A PUP is a piece of software that will probably not damage your computer but there is still something about it that makes it unwanted.
As far as the removal of New Tab Wallpapers is concerned, we will tell you what you need to do to uninstall the unwanted app in the guide down below. However, after you get rid of this hijacker, you must also make certain that it doesn’t return in the future. Normally, spam messages on social media or spam emails are used to spread these apps so, naturally, you are to avoid these if you want to keep your system clean.
Another thing to remember is that, in a lot of cases, hijacker apps are integrated with other low-quality apps and are hidden under the Custom installation settings (which most users ignore and overlook). Our advice here is to always check those settings and if you see any optional components there that you may not want or need on your PC, uncheck those components before you proceed with the installation.
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Remove New Tab Wallpapers Virus
You are dealing with a malware infection that can restore itself unless you remove its core files. We are sending you to another page with a removal guide that gets regularly updated. It covers in-depth instructions on how to:
1. Locate and scan malicious processes in your task manager.
2. Identify in your Control panel any programs installed with the malware, and how to remove them. Search Marquis is a high-profile hijacker that gets installed with a lot of malware.
3. How to clean up and reset your browser to its original settings without the malware returning.
You can find the removal guide here.
For mobile devices refer to these guides instead: Android, iPhone.