This page aims to help you remove Gamedom.me. Our removal instructions work for Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer, as well as every version of Windows.
Browser Hijacker is a term used to describe a special type of software which can take over any browser and start spamming it with aggressive advertising materials like banners, ads, pop-ups, page redirects to sponsored pages and promotional links of various kinds. In most of the cases, in addition to the ads, the hijacker may also modify the browser’s homepage or the search engine and to install some new toolbars, buttons and page-redirect services to some predefined sponsored websites. Using a highly secure browser such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari is not a guarantee that you won’t get tons of ads and unwanted components if you happen to accidentally install a browser hijacker on your computer, because hijacker software is normally quite effective in overcoming the anti-hijacker features and introducing its ad-generating settings to any browser. Still, the hijacker-based applications are not really viruses and they cannot cause any significant damage to the system – they are not like Ransomware, Trojans or Spyware in terms of their potential to cause problems.
It is important to mention that the browser hijackers are generally legitimate advertising tools, which are commonly used by different online-based businesses, software developers and marketers to promote their products, services and websites on the users’ screen. A lot of these programs may contain some free features which people may like. However, in most of the cases, the aggressive ad-generation, browser changes and sponsored page-redirects tend to cause irritation and disturbance to the normal web surfing. In the removal guide below, you will find details about the effective uninstallation of one recently reported hijacker app called Gamedom.me. There have been quite a lot of complaints from a number of users regarding this new representative of the hijacker family and, in case that you also find its activity a bit too intrusive, feel free to use the steps shown there to safely remove it.
Not a real danger but still potentially unwanted
A hijacker such as Gamedom.me is unlikely to initiate anything that can be regarded as malicious. Its characteristics are quite different than the characteristics of a real malware threat (such as a Trojan Horse, a Worm or a Ransomware cryptovirus infection). That’s why it is generally not fatal if you have it on your computer. However, this does not mean that you should trust everything that the hijacker may display on your screen. Such software may show you different links, pop-up messages and offers but you should be careful with the content that you interact with because one accidental click may expose you to real computer dangers. Not to mention that you may get misled into purchasing products or services with questionable quality and origins or into filling in your personal data on some hazardous pages. That’s why, it is not a good idea to keep a browser hijacker on the system and to let it redirect you to its sponsored links and have control over your browser. Instead, use the instructions in the removal guide above and uninstall Gamedom.me in order to remove its ads and changes once and for all.
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