This page aims to help you remove “System Warning: Your Windows System is Damaged” Pop-up Scam. Our removal instructions work for Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer, as well as every version of Windows.
Browser hijackers may be incredibly annoying and irritating and oftentimes difficult to properly remove which is why they are mostly regarded as unwanted but they are at least not malicious virus and malware programs similar to Trojans or Ransomware. Still, despite not actually being harmful, they are still prone to exposing users to potential security hazards and that is why you are not advised to keep them on your computer.
But what is actually a browser hijacker? Well, it is a software component that can get added to different browsers. It’s similar to a browser add-on for browsers like Chrome, IE and Firefox and it may seem like it has been developed to somehow enhance your online time. The issue, however, is that instead of helping you, a browser hijacker would most likely spam you with page redirects and web adverts and/or replace your search engine, homepage, toolbar buttons as well as other elements of the browser that you are using. Now, a lot of useful add-ons could may also try to make changes to the user’s browsers but they’d normally do that only after they have been authorized to do so by the users themselves and also those changes would normally be easy to revoke. With hijackers, the modifications to the browser typically happen without a direct agreement from the user and also they are usually enforced in such a way so that only the full uninstallation and removal of the annoying app would allow the user to make them disappear. In addition to that, of course, we should also not forget the ads, the banners, the page redirects and the other unpleasant commercial materials that an app of this category is likely to spam you with. So, if you have a hijacker on your PC and you need help with removing it, the next guide will show you how to eliminate “System Warning: Your Windows System is Damaged” which is one of the latest representatives of this software category.
Hijacker ads and why they may not be safe
Obviously, the annoyance factor should, in its own right, be enough of a reason for you to wish to remove an app like “System Warning: Your Windows System is Damaged” from your computer. However, there is another even more important reason why it is advisable that you do not allow “System Warning: Your Windows System is Damaged” or any other hijacker to remain on the computer for extended periods of time. We are talking about the possibility of getting your computer exposed to nasty virus programs the likes of Ransomware cryptoviruses, noxious Trojan Horses, sneaky Spyware programs and s the like if you randomly interact with ads brought to you by the hijacker. We, of course, do not try to imply that hijackers like “System Warning: Your Windows System is Damaged” are purposefully programmed to spam you with hazardous ads or that all (or even most) of their commercials are unsafe. However, this is a real possibility nonetheless and one that must not be ignored. Therefore, it is advisable that you follow the instructions in the guide and maybe use the tool suggested in it and remove “System Warning: Your Windows System is Damaged” with their help. As for the future, try to avoid sketchy web locations, do not open any spam messages and obscure ads and refrain from downloading pirated or low-quality software in order to avoid future hijacker encounters.
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Remove “System Warning: Your Windows System is Damaged” Pop-up Scam
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.