If you think that Deal Keeper is a useful program which will help you save money whilst shopping online – you may get highly disappointed. This is because the program has been linked to illegal schemers’ practices, and we do not recommend running it on your personal computer. Do you think that it is not risky to use the extension on your browser?
You may be right. However, it is also possible that you are wrong, in which case any click could initiate additional malware infiltration. In case you are determined to delete Deal Keeper from your personal computer – continue reading to find out all you need to know.
- We [Deal Keeper] may collect certain information about your web usage and websites you have visited, which may be shared with third parties and used for advertising.
Is it safe to have information about personal surfing habits leaked to third parties? Absolutely not, especially if these third parties are malicious and require your personal data in order to convey successful schemes! In this case, any coupon or online offer presented through the Deal Keeper extension could hide automatic malware setups or deceitful scams. This is the main reason why you should refrain from clicking on any ads or visiting suspicious sites until the add-on is deleted from the computer.
If you are an experienced Windows user, you know that manual Deal Keeper removal could become a task which requires time and certain technical knowledge. To inspect the PC and check which malicious programs require removal – install the free spyware scanner SpyHunter. If you have installed the add-on recently and have not noted any disturbances yet, you can continue with manual removal instructions.
First of all you have to delete Deal Keeper from computer:
Deal Keeper removal from Windows 8:
- Navigate to the bottom left corner of the screen and wait for the minimized Desktop/ Metro UI version to shop up.
- Right-click and select Control Panel.
- Go to Uninstall a program.
- Right-click on Deal Keeper and select Uninstall.
Uninstall Deal Keeper from Windows Vista/7:
- Move the cursor to the left side of the Task Bar and click on Start.
- Select Control Panel and click on Uninstall a program.
- Right-click on the program you wish to remove and click on Uninstall.
Delete Deal Keeper from Windows XP:
- Open the Start menu and go to Control Panel.
- Double-click on Add or Remove programs.
- From the list of programs click on the one you wish to delete and click Remove.
Next step is to delete Deal Keeper from the browser:
Remove Deal Keeper from Mozilla Firefox:
- Open the browser and simultaneously tap Ctrl+Shift+A which opens Add-ons Manager.
- Go to Extensions and click on the Remove button placed next to the add-on you wish to delete.
Remove Deal Keeper from Google Chrome:
- Launch the browser and simultaneously tap Alt+F.
- From the opened menu click on Tools and then select Extensions.
- Click on the trash icon next to Deal Keeper and select Remove.
Remove Deal Keeper from Internet Explorer:
- Launch the browser and simultaneously tap Alt+T for the Tools menu to show up.
- Click on Manage Add-ons and go to Toolbars and Extensions.
- Select the Disable button after clicking on the unwanted add-on.
Note: if you find it impossible to disable the add-on form the Internet Explorer, delete it from the computer first. If the problem prevails – post a comment below and we will help. Also do not be alarmed when you are routed to uninstall.justplug.it after the installation and simply exit the window.
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