Basic acknowledge of System Healer
When System Healer comes out, the program is not easy to be defined as adware or promotional program. But by the time it is installed on system, the truth turns out to be clear. Let us start from its installation first. Although most of us are not computer experts, we can sat the this program can always develop the installation simply by attaching to other free program without consents. Attach to other carriers, a spam email link from unknown writers, a free software from insecure websites and a pop up link from homepage, they all can be the invisible carrier. That way, it is not difficult for it to sneak inside system. In anther word, we are forced to agree its installation. And that is exactly how we get our computers attacked. Usually, at the beginning, we may look hopefully to this program as the developers of it claim it to be useful but be sure not to expect too much, for the reality can never be fully realized. It is not easy for us to get a through understanding of this program as its promoters insist that thi
s is legitimate and safe but users who get it installed report that it brings random pop up ads only and it does not bring any value. However, the program itself is not dangerous, but the ads and links it pops up on the screen are not safe enough for clicking. According to its policy, this program only secure the safety of its related program but does not have the ability to assure all ads it displays as some of them might be third party links. To be more detailed, it does not guarantee all pop ups from its partners are safe to click.
Effects of Getting Infected by System Healer
1.User can’t access the Internet via their prefered homepage and search engine.
2.Users may be provided unreliable search results when using the malicious search engine to do a searching.
3.Users receive excessive ads on their browsers and cannot stop them effectively even though they have installed an ad blocker on their browsers.
4.Users may be always redirected to advertising websites, phishing websites, or even malicious websites when they attempt to visit perticular websites by typing their URLs into the address bar.
5.Users’ page-loading speed and overall PC performance are decreased.
6.Users’ computer system and web browser may freeze or crash time and again.
7.Users’ personal information (IP address, browser type, search terms, frequently-visited sites) is collected and shared with third parties without any consent.
8.Users are disrupted by all kinds of annoying ads every time they visit online shopping sites or log into their email accounts.
Tips: You are advised to use a professional and reputable malware removal tool to automatically, simply, quickly, effectively and completely remove System Healer from infected PCs.
Note: To get rid of the annoying ads and protect both your computer and personal information, you have to remove System Healer from the computer as soon as possible. Have trouble uninstalling the unwanted software from your Windows manually? Download and install a powerful third-party removal tool to clear the program quickly.
System Healer removal instructions:
- Uninstall System Healer via Control Panel
- Remove unwanted add-ons/toolbars from browsers
- Reset your browser settings (Optional)
If you want to manually get rid of the unwanted pop-up ads caused by the adware program from the PC, follow the guide below to perform the removal. If the manual method doesn’t fix the problem, try the automatic removal then.
Uninstall System Healer via Control Panel
- Open the Start menu by pressing the Windows key.
- Click Settings and then click System on the Settings menu.
- Select Apps & features on the left side. A list of all installed programs will show up in the right pane.
- Select the adware program and click the Uninstall button.
- Click the Uninstall in the pop-up to confirm.
- Click on the Start button and select Control Panel (Windows 7/Vista). If you use Windows 8/8.1, press the WIN (Windows) key and the X key together to open User Power Menu and then click on Control Panel.
- Click on Uninstall a program under Programs (View by: category.) or Programs and Features (View by: Large Icons).
- Find the adware or its related programs and click on Uninstall button.
- Click on Start button and click on Control Panel.
- Double click on Add/Remove Programs.
- When all the programs are displayed, find the unwanted program and click on Remove button.
Remove unwanted add-ons/toolbars from browsers
System Healer may install some browser add-ons or toolbars to inject advertisements into the web pages. You need to check the browser extensions and remove any suspicious one.
Click the Tools button, and then select Manage Add-ons from the drop-down menu.
Click on Toolbars and Extensions under types of add-ons.
If any toolbar or add-on associated with the unwanted program is found, click Remove button to delete it.
Note: If you use Edge browser, extensions aren’t available in Microsoft Edge at this time.
Click Tools or the Firefox menu button and choose Add-ons from the pull-down menu.
Select the Extensions on the left side of the page. All the installed Firefox add-ons will be displayed on the right. Find System Healer or other suspicious add-ons and click the Remove button to uninstall them.
Click on the Chrome menu button at the top-right corner of the browser and click on More Tools and thenExtensions.
All the installed Chrome extensions available are showed. Find the extensions that are associated with the adware program and click on the trashcan icon.
Click on “Opera” menu icon at the top left corner and select Extensions -> Extensions manager from the menu.
In the Extensions page, search for any extension strange to you that is related to System Healer and remove it from the browser.
Click the Safari menu icon at the top right corner of the browser and select Preferences from the menu.
Select Extensions tab and remove the unwanted add-on by clicking Uninstall button.
Tips: If the Remove or Uninstall button next to the unwanted software add-on is greyed out, it means it can’t be removed. How to deal with such stubborn software/browser add-ons? We suggest you use a powerful removal tool to scan for such unnecessary items and clear them forcibly and completely.
Reset your browser settings (Optional)
Sometimes potentially unwanted programs like System Healer may change the homepage, search engine and other browser settings. If the settings can’t reverse successfully after you manually changed the default homepage and settings, you can try resetting the browser settings to defaults. Please note that this will also erase all your installed add-ons and your customizations on browsers.
Click on Tools, and then select Internet Options from the menu.
In the Internet options window, go to the Advanced tab and then click on Reset button.
In the Reset Internet Explorer Settings dialog box, check the Delete personal settings option and click Reset to confirm.
When resetting browser settings is completed, please click Close and then click OK.
Click on Help on the menu bar and then select Troubleshooting Information.
Click on Refresh Firefox button in the Troubleshooting information page.
When the Reset Firefox dialog box appears, click on Refresh Firefox button to confirm the changes.
Click on the Google Chrome menu button in the top-right corner of the browser and select Settings from the menu.
In the chrome settings page, scroll down to the bottom and click on Show Advanced Settings.
Click on Reset browser settings button at the bottom of the page.
When the Reset Browser Settings dialog box pops up, click on Reset button.
Open Opera and type opera://about in the address bar.
In the About Opera page, go to the Paths section.
Note the Profile and Cache values. In my case, they have following path:
C:\Users\winaero\AppData\Roaming\Opera Software\Opera Stable
C:\Users\winaero\AppData\Local\Opera Software\Opera Stable
Close Opera and then delete these two folders: Profile and Cache.
Now run Opera. All its settings will be reverted to their defaults.
Click on the gear icon in the top right corner and click on the Reset Safari in the drop-down menu.
When a warning dialog box appears, click on the Reset button to complete the process.
Safari will restart automatically.
Remove System Healer quickly by using SpyHunter
If you want to quickly uninstall the program as well as its other components, use a third-party removal tool to remove them. SpyHunter is able to find and remove malware like Trojans, worms rookits and other harmful threats completely. In addition, it is also good at detecting and clearing browser hijackers, adware, spyware and other potentially unwanted programs. Follow the steps below to use SpyHunter to get rid of System Healer from your computer easily.
Download SpyHunter to your computer.
Make sure that both its product version and DB version are the newest versions before scanning your system. Close all running files, folders and applications and then click Scan Computer Now button to scan your PC.
The scanning usually takes several minutes to complete. The scanning may be displayed as the image below:
When the scan is complete, all the items associated with System Healer will be displayed in the search results. Click on Fix Threats to remove all of them. (Note: You need to register for the full version of SpyHunter so as to completely delete the threats.)
From the above passage, you can realize System Healer turning to be a dangerous adware program. The main threat of this malware is that it redirects your search results to unsafe websites contains false contents, which brings you into a scam. This adware makes your system be shown into threat and even use antivirus delete it, it will come back to users’computer in a minute. Once your computer gets infected with it, cyber criminals can monitor your computer using traces in background. In order to protect your computer and your privacy, we strongly recommend you to remove it as early as possible.