Remove DealWifi Ads on Computer : A Complete Removal Guide

DealWifi Ads are coming all over web browser interface while my Internet session. It seems that some viruses have attacked on my Windows 7 computer and serving these very annoying and intrusive pop-up ads on every browsed web pages. Since then appearing of these Ads by DealWifi, I have observed a big down fall in Internet speed and entire PC performance. Please help me to get rid of DealWifi Ads on my computer.

DealWifi Ads is a malicious adware program that is designed to attack on Windows computer and take over all controls of the installed web browser. It records all the user's Internet activities and collect information to generate targeted advertisements. These sponsored ads by DealWifi Ads contains links of dubious websites. The main motive of generating these ads attracts Internet users and entice them to click on the links to move web traffic and generate sales leads. In this way the developers of this adware program earns revenue. To implant the adware infection on targeted computers, many stealthy methods are employed by the developers such as bundling of software, sending spam email with attachments, online advertisements, etc.

If your computer system once get the adware infection Ads by DealWifi Ads then you will see annoying pop-up ads, advertising banners, fake coupons and all the other very intrusive adverts which makes your Internet surfing very unpleasing. These annoying ads does not allow you to complete your online operations, on the other hand it also redirect you on high risk websites. Due to these activities and vulnerabilities your system can be targeted by many other malware infections and become very unstable and unsafe. The adware program can also copy your user name, email ID, password, online banking account details, Credit/Debit card number and pin code when you use to avail online facilities. There is no any valid reason to keep this adware program on your computer so the experts suggest to remove Ads by DealWifi Ads immediately from your computer.


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Learn To Remove DealWifi Ads Using Manual Methods

Phase 1 : Show Hidden Files To Delete DealWifi Ads Related Files And Folders

1. For Windows 8 or 10 Users : From the Ribbon’s View in My PC click on Options icon.

Folder search option Win 10 or 8

2. For Windows 7 or Vista Users : Open My Computer and tap on Organize button on the upper left corner and then to Folder and Search Options from the drop down menu.

Folder search options Win vista or 7

3. Now go to the View tab and enable Show hidden files and folder options and then uncheck the Hide protected system operating files checkbox option below.

Folder and Search options step 3

4. Finally look for any suspicious files in the hidden folders as given below and delete it.


  • %AppData%\[adware_name]
  • %Temp%\[adware_name]
  • %LocalAppData%\[adware_name].exe
  • %AllUsersProfile%random.exe
  • %CommonAppData%\[adware_name]

Phase 2 : Get Rid of DealWifi Ads Related Extensions Related From Different Web Browsers

From Chrome :

1. Click on Menu icon, hover through More Tools then tap on Extensions.

chrome tools extensions

2. Now click on Trash icon on the extensions tab there next to suspicious extensions to remove it.

chrome extensions trash

From Internet Explorer :

1. Click on Manage add-ons option from the drop down menu on going through Gear icon.

IE manage add-ins

2. Now if you find any suspicious extension in the Toolbars and Extensions panel then right click on it and Delete option to remove it.

IE toolbar and extensions

From Mozilla Firefox :

1. Tap on Add-ons on going through Menu icon.

mozilla add-ons

2. In the Extensions tab click on Disable or Remove button next to DealWifi Ads related extensions to remove them.

mozilla extensions

From Opera :

1. Press Opera menu, hover to Extensions and then select Extensions manager there.

Opera Extension 1

2. Now if any browser extension looks suspicious to you then click on (X) button to remove it.

Opera Extension 2

From Safari :

1. Click Preferences… on going through Settings Gear icon.

safari settings - preferences

2. Now on Extensions tab click on Uninstall button to remove it.

Safari Extension tab

From Microsoft Edge :

Note:–As there is no option for Extension Manager in Microsoft Edge so in order to sort out issues related with adware programs in MS Edge you can change its default homepage and search engine.

Change Default Homepage of Ms Edge –

1. Click on More(…) followed by Settings and then to Start page under Open With section.

Microsoft Edge View advanced settings

2. Now select View advanced settings button and then in Search in the address bar with section, you can select Google or any other homepage as your preference.

Ms Edge Homepage 2

Change Default Search Engine Settings of Ms Edge –

1. Select More(…) then Settings followed by View advanced settings button.

Microsoft Edge View advanced settings

2. Under Search in the address bar with box click on <Add new>. Now you can choose from the available list of search providers or add you preferred search engine and click Add as default.

Ms Edge Search Engine 2

Phase 3 : Block Unwanted Pop-ups from DealWifi Ads On Different Web Browsers

1. Google Chrome : Click Menu icon → Settings → Show advanced settings… → Content Settings… under Privacy section → enable Do not allow any site to show pop-ups (recommended) option → Done.

Chrome Block pop-ups

2. Mozilla Firefox : Tap on Menu icon → Options → Content panel → check Block pop-up windows in Pop-ups section.

Mozilla Block Pop-ups in Content tab

3. Internet Explorer : Click Gear Settings icon → Internet Options → in Privacy tab enable Turn on Pop-up Blocker under Pop-up Blocker Section.

Pop-up Blocker Internet Explorer

4. Microsoft Edge : Press More(…) option → Settings → View advanced settings → toggle on Block pop-ups.

Ms Edge Block Pop-ups

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