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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Get Rid of (844) 326-6651 Pop-up from Web Browsers Easily

You receive a "SYSTEM ERROR WARNING"? It keeps popping up and asking you to contact a Microsoft technician at (844) 326-6651 to resolve the issue? Wonder if it is legit? Don't know how to remove (844) 326-6651 pop-up? If you experience the same issue, this article is where you can find the answer.

(844) 326-6651 is not a legitimate Microsoft phone number – Don't call it!

Mind you, a real security alert will not offer any phone number to call. According to this standard, (844) 326-6651 pop-up can be classified as a malicious scam. Generally, this annoying pop-up is created by scammers to cheat money from the innocent victims by promoting their paid support services and programs.

The (844) 326-6651 pop-up is part of an adware or a potentially unwanted program recently infecting your system. After corrupting your PC, unauthorized changes will be made on the browser settings, causing pop-ups, homepage hijacking, redirects, etc. In addition to interrupt your browsing experience, (844) 326-6651 pop-up tries to convince you that "your system has detected possible Suspicious activity" and "Window's Defender Error code: 0x80016CFA", and you should call (844) 326-6651 for Microsoft support.

However, what you will get when calling (844) 326-6651 are all lies. You will be confirmed with not enormous viruses you had so you will pay for whatever amount they ask. Never take in! Once you pay them, the scammers will disappear with your money. Therefore, you should take immediate measures to delete 844-723-2192 pop-up and all its components without hesitation.

Take actions to remove (844) 326-6651 pop-up now!

Method 1: Follow a recommended video
Method 2: Manually remove it yourself
Method 3: Automatically remove it by using SpyHunter

Method 1: Follow a recommended video

(In case the removal video is not always helpful for your specific issue in your specific system, please Free Download Recommended Security Tool to fix your PC.)

Method 2: Manually remove it yourself

Step 1: Close (844) 326-6651 pop-up pop-up

Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc all together to open Task Manager, locate its related process (e.g. iexplore) and click "End Process".

Step 2: Reset your web browser

Internet Explorer:
  1. Open Internet Explorer, click on the gear icon, choose "Internet options", go to General tab, enter your favorite website address, and click "Apply".
  2. On General tab, click "Delete…" button going to the "Delete Browsing History" window, click "Delete". Click "OK" to close the Internet Options window.
  3. Click "Start", find "Internet Explorer" and then right click on it, choose "properties". On the pop-up window, go to Shortcut tab, delete the extension after ".exe" in Target, and click "OK".

Google Chrome:
  1. Open Google Chrome, click on the icon menu (top right), select "Settings", and then go to On startup option, click "Set pages", delete the unwanted website address and then "OK".
  2. Go to Appearance option, check "Show Home button", and then click "Change". On the pop-up window, delete the unwanted website address in Open this page option, click "OK", and then uncheck "Show Home button".
  3. Go to History tab, click "Clear browsing date…" button. On the confirm window, click "Clear browsing date", and then close Chrome.
  4. Click "Start", find "Google Chrome", right click on it, and select "properties". On the pop-up window, go to Shortcut tab, delete the extension after ".exe" in Target, and click "OK".

Mozilla Firefox:
  1. Open Mozilla Firefox, click on the icon menu (top right) and select "Options". Go to General tab, click "Restore to Default", and then click "OK".
  2. Here select "History", click the "Clear Recent History…" button. On the pop-up window, click "Clear Now".
  3. Click "Start", find "Mozilla Firefox", right click on it, and select "properties". On the pop-up window, go to Shortcut tab, delete the extension after ".exe" in Target, and click "OK".

Microsoft Edge:
  1. Type your homepage URL (here takes google.com as an example.) in the search bar next to the Windows 10 logo on the bottom off the screen, and hit Enter.
  2. Microsoft Edge opened up with a new tab for Google. You can see (844) 326-6651 pop-up still opens in a new tab that doesn't have focus.
  3. Click the "X" to close Edge. Do not click on (844) 326-6651 pop-up tab or it will get focus again.

Step 3: After a reboot the pop-up should be gone.

Method 3: Automatically remove it by using SpyHunter

Users: Why should I choose SpyHunter?
Lily: SpyHunter is a powerful, real-time anti-spyware application that designed to assist the average computer user in protecting their PC from malicious threats like worms, Trojans, rootkits, rogues, dialers, spyware,etc.
Users: Oh, it sounds really helpful!
Lily: Here shows how it works. See for your reference.

Step 1: Download SpyHunter to kill (844) 326-6651 pop-up.

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Follow the installation guides to install it properly.

Step 2: Click "Malware Scan" to scan for (844) 326-6651 pop-up.

Step 3: Select all the threats and click Remove to fix them.

Optional Step: Optimize your PC with RegCure Pro

Users: What can RegCure Pro do for me?
Lily: Developed by ParetoLogic Inc, RegCure Pro is really good at dealing with the left files. It can help to check and optimize your PC at the same time.
Users: Does RegCure Pro contain any additional items or conflict with my current used antivirus program?
Lily: No. You can download and use it with confidence. Here shows how it works.

Step 1: Download RegCure Pro.

RegCure Pro download button

Step 2: Follow the installation guides to install RegCure Pro step by step.

Step 3: Launch RegCure and make a full scan.

Step 4: If you do find anything, click "Fix All" to get rid of all the problems.

Important Note:

On removing (844) 326-6651 pop-up, computer experts can try the manual steps. Novices are recommended to take SpyHunter. Don't make your PC worse when you even can't tell from your system files.

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