How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

About this threat

Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses are fake adverts, probably the result of an adware. These tech-support scams are just aiming to fool you, nothing they claim is true, unless the issue is completely unconnected. If you’re dealing with adware , it would not be shocking if the warnings were quite invasive and appeared over and over again. An adware usually comes along with free applications, and if it’s not unmarked, it will install alongside the software. In case you’re worried, the alerts are pretty harmless by themselves, and if you do not dial the number, no harm will be done. If you did call them, you would be put through to people who scam others for a living, and they would imitate fixing your machine, and then request an unreasonable amount of money. Bear in mind that you should not authorize some suspicious technicians to remotely access your computer, particularly if you get their number via some advert that just appeared out of the blue in your browser. And if you are still worried about the pop-up you are getting, it’s false, and your operating system is secure. And when you eliminate Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses the advertising-supported program, the adverts should stop.

Your_Battery_Is_Damaged_By_Viruses-7.png
Download Removal Toolto remove Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

How does it behave

You possible got the infection through freeware packages. Free software have something added to them, and you won’t see them if Default mode are what you opt for during installation. We encourage opting for Advanced (Custom) settings because otherwise, you will not be able to uncheck the items. Those added items will be visible in Advanced, so just deselect the boxes. It would be a good idea to always unmark everything because if you weren’t properly informed about their installation, they do not belong on your PC. If you want to avoid having to delete Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses and similar regularly, be more attentive about how you install applications.

A large amount of tech-support scams are the same, they all want to deceive users into believing that their computer has ran into a problem. You’re probably seeing a alleged malicious software, licensing or system problems, because scammers are not very original when it comes to schemes, and they are all basically identical. These kinds of alerts will also claim that your private data is currently being accessed by some malicious users because these kinds of ploys are effective with inexperienced users. A phone number would also be flashing somewhere, which would supposedly connect you to tech-support people who would repair the problem. No legitimate company will ever ask you to call them, so remember that. For example, if Apple or Microsoft is requesting you to call them, you are most certainly being con artists. The scammers will use terms less-computer savvy might not know so as to seem legitimate, will explain that they can fix the non-existent problem, and charge a lot of money. Tech-support scams are not dangerous to everyday computer users as they are not very convincing but less computer knowledgeable people might fall for them because they are not familiar with false tech-support. It isn’t difficult to imagine why some people would fall for these scams because if they’re constantly popping up, they might appear more legitimate. If you’re still in doubt, you could always use a search engine to check it out, and that would make everything clear. Possibly, the first few results will prove that it’s a scam. So you could just safely ignore the alerts while you get rid of what’s causing them. If the warnings are appearing frequently, you will have to remove Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses adware to make them stop.

How to erase Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

Taking care of Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses elimination should not be hard, so it is doubtful you will come across trouble. You have two ways to remove Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses, manually or automatically. If you prefer the manual way, you can find instructions below to help you. It would be easier if you chose to use spyware removal software to delete Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses but the decision is yours. If the warnings no longer pop up, that means you successfully got rid of the threat.

Learn how to remove Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses from your computer

Step 1. Uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

a) Windows 10/Windows 8

  1. Start -> Search -> Search for Control Panel. win10-start How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  2. Open Control Panel and access Programs and Features.
  3. Find all programs you want to uninstall and delete them. win10-remove-program How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

b) Windows 7/XP

  1. Start -> Control Panel -> Add or Remove Programs. win-xp-start-control How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  2. Find the programs you want to uninstall and delete them. win-xp-control-panel How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

c) Mac OS X

  1. Open Finder, located in your dock.
  2. Select Applications from the list on the left side, locate all unwanted programs and drag them to the trash icon in your dock. Alternatively, you can right-click on the program and select Move to Trash. mac-os-app-remove How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  3. Right-click on the trash icon in your dock and press Empty Trash.

Step 2. Uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses from browsers

a) Delete Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses from Internet Explorer

  1. Launch Internet Explorer.
  2. Press the top right-corner gear icon that will open the menu. IE-gear How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  3. Manage add-ons -> Toolbars and Extensions.
  4. Find and delete all unwanted extensions. IE-add-ons How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  5. Close the window.

b) Change Internet Explorer homepage

  1. Launch Internet Explorer
  2. Press the top right-corner gear icon that will open the menu. ie-settings How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  3. Press on Internet Options, delete the homepage URL and type in the one you wish to use. IE-settings2 How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  4. Save changes.

c) Reset Internet Explorer

  1. Launch Internet Explorer.
  2. Press the top right-corner gear icon that will open the menu. ie-settings How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  3. Internet Options -> Advanced tab. ie-settings-advanced How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  4. Near the bottom, you will see a Reset option. Press that.
  5. Check the box that says Delete personal data and press Reset. IE-reset How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

d) Delete Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses from Google Chrome

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Press on the three dots located in the top right-corner.
  3. Select More Tools and then Extensions. chrome-menu-extensions How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  4. Find all suspicious extensions and press on the trash icon to delete them. If you are not sure which extensions are causing you problems, you can disable them temporarily by unchecking the Enabled box. chrome-extensions-delete How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

e) Change Google Chrome homepage

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Press on the three dots located in the top right-corner and choose Settings. chrome-menu How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  3. Scroll down to On startup and press on Open a specific page or set of pages. chrome-startup-page How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  4. Choose either Add a new page or Use current page to change your homepage.
  5. Still in Settings, scroll up to Search engine and press Manage search engines.
  6. Select the search engine you want to use. chrome-search-engines How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

f) Reset Google Chrome

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Press on the three dots located in the top right-corner and choose Settings. chrome-menu How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  3. Scroll down to Advanced and press on that.chrome-settings How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  4. Go down to the very bottom and press Reset. chrome-reset How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  5. Read the warning and press Reset again.

g) Delete Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses from Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press on the three bars in the top right-corner. mozilla-menu How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  3. Select Add-ons and choose the Extensions tab. mozilla-extensions How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  4. Find all suspicious extensions and delete them.

h) Change Mozilla Firefox homepage

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press on the three bars in the top right-corner and select Options. mozilla-menu-options How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  3. In General, delete the current URL of your homepage and type in the one you want to use. mozilla-options How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

i) Reset Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press on the three bars in the top right-corner and choose Help.
  3. Choose Troubleshooting Information. mozilla-troubleshooting How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  4. Under Give Firefox a tune up, press on Refresh Firefox. In the box that appears, select Refresh Firefox again. mozilla-reset How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

j) Delete Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses from Microsoft Edge

Reset Microsoft Edge (Method 1)
  1. Launch Microsoft Edge,
  2. Open the More menu by pressing on the three dots at the top right-corner. edge-menu How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  3. Choose Settings and press Choose what to clear. edge-choose-to-clear How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  4. Select everything you want to clear and press Clear. edge-clear-data How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  5. Open Task Manager (Ctrl +Alt + Delete -> Task Manager).
  6. In Processes, right-click on a Microsoft Edge process.
  7. Select End task for all Microsoft Edge processes. edge-task-manager How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
(Method 2)
  1. Open C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge edge-folder How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  2. Delete the folders you find there
  3. Start -> Search.
  4. Search for Windows PowerShell.
  5. Right-click on the Windows PowerShell and choose Run as administrator. edge-powershell How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  6. When Windows PowerShell opens, copy and paste "Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers -Name Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register $($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml -Verbose} under PS C:\WINDOWS\system32>" without the quotation marks. edge-powershell-script How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  7. Press Enter.

k) Delete Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses from Safari

  1. Launch Safari.
  2. Safari → Preferences. safari-menu How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  3. Go to the Extensions tab, find all suspicious extensions and delete them. You can also temporarily disable them if you are unsure about which extension is causing you problems. safari-extensions How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

l) Delete Safari history and Cache

  1. Safari → Clear History. Choose from which time you want to delete the history and press Clear. safari-history How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  2. Safari → Preferences. safari-menu How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  3. Select the Advanced tab. safari-advanced How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses
  4. Check Show Develop menu in menu bar.
  5. Develop → Empty Caches. safari-develop-menu How to uninstall Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

Download Removal Toolto remove Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses

Disclaimer

This site provides reliable information about the latest computer security threats including spyware, adware, browser hijackers, Trojans and other malicious software. We do NOT host or promote any malware (malicious software). We just want to draw your attention to the latest viruses, infections and other malware-related issues. The mission of this blog is to inform people about already existing and newly discovered security threats and to provide assistance in resolving computer problems caused by malware.

Leave a Reply