How to Use the Google Software Removal Tool

Google has recently released anew software which removes unwanted toolbars and extensions that could potentially be messing with the overall performance of your internet browser. Whgooglesoftwareremovaltool_featureden malicious programs are utilising the Chrome browser by collecting data, serving ads, or causing sluggishness in the interface, you can definitely find out what causes it with the new software created by Google. The tech giant recently launched a software removal tool for Windows. This tool will be able to scan for programs that cause issues with the browser.

According to Ghacks, a popular online resource for software and programming needs, it is best to create a system restore point before launching the software removal tool, since it is still a beta. To do this, you have to do the following. 1) Right click the Computer icon or option in the Start Menu and then choose Properties or you can head on to Control Panel and then click the System icon. 2) In the new window, you need to select System Protection. 3) A pop-up will appear and you have to click the bottom button called Create, which will save your system settings the way it is now.

This backup is extremely useful, for you to be able to regain files and features that you will need. As soon as you successfully do this backup, you can now start using the software removal tool. Here’s a step-by-step process you can do to successfully remove all of the unwanted programs littering your browser.

The first step is to go to the software removal tool website (which is https://www.google.com/chrome/srt). Read the terms and conditions of the software and accept it to be able to complete the download. As soon as the download finishes, you need to click the Run button within the pop-up window that appears.

Afterwards, Google will be able to report if it finds any malicious programs or not. If the program does find a threat in your browser, you must click Remove to be able to eradicate the suspicious program that has inhabited your browser. You have to wait for the process to be fully completed. A new tab window will appear, asking you to reset Chrome and clear out all of the cookies in your browser. You do not have to accomplish this step, however if you are still plagued with issues, then it is advisable to do this.

The Google Software Removal tool is not an antivirus application. It only scans for programs that are interfering with the overall performance of your web browser.

 

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