Network System Driver is an application that may cause you many troubles and inconveniences. If fact, this program is promoted as helpful drivers for your computer that should enhance your network connection. Although that sounds very useful, you should carefully think before installing this doubtful program. Besides, many security experts are labeling Network System Driver as a potentially unwanted program and an adware. For that reason, we strongly recommend removing this program. If you leave it on your computer, you may experience Network System Driver ads, get redirected to questionable websites and even experience privacy-related issues. This program may track your online presence in order to use your browsing history for various commercial purposes.
How can Network System Driver hijack my computer?
We have noticed that many internet users download this adware voluntarily. As we have mentioned above, this program is promoted as legitimate drivers for your OS. However, there is also another way how Network System Driver virus may appear on your computer. Various adwares often use this distribution tactic. In other words, this dubious application may end up on your computer right after installing an unfamiliar freeware. In order to avoid that from happening, you should get yourself a reliable anti-spyware program. Updated and reliable security tool should block similar adwares and potentially unwanted programs from entering your computer. By the way, if you are attentively checking every single program that you are going to install, you should easily spot such unwanted attachment and eliminate it before it reaches your computer.
How to remove Network System Driver from my computer?
Network System Driver redirects can be extremely irritating and ruin your browsing experience. Don't worry, you just need to follow these simple guidelines and eliminate this unwanted intruder from your computer.
- Remove Network System Driver from your computer:
1. Click Start → Control Panel → Uninstall a Program.
2. When in the Add/Remove Programs/Uninstall a Program, look for recently installed/unfamiliar applications, such as Network System Driver or similar unfamiliar entries.
3. Click 'Uninstall' and then OK to save the changes.
- Remove Network System Driver extension from your browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome):
1. Open Internet Explorer, go ‘Tools‘ → ‘Manage Add-ons’ → ‘Toolbars and Extensions’.
2. Here, look for unfamiliar entries, such as Network System Driver and click 'uninstall'.
3. Once you remove it, change your start page.
Reset your Internet Explorer (Optional):
1. Open Internet Explorer, click the Gear icon or ‘Tools‘ → 'Internet Options'.
2. Here, go to the 'Advanced' tab and click the 'Reset' button.
3. Go to the 'Reset Internet Explorer settings' → 'Delete personal settings' and click on 'Reset' option.
4. Finally, click 'Close' and OK to save the changes.
1. Open Mozilla Firefox, go ‘Tools’ → ‘Add-ons’ → ‘Extensions’.
2. Find suspicious-looking entries, such as Network System Driver and click ‘Uninstall’.
3. After that, change the start page.
Reset your Mozilla Firefox (Optional)
1. Open Mozilla Firefox, go to the 'Help' section → 'Troubleshooting Information'.
2. Here, choose a 'Reset Firefox’ for a couple of times and 'Finish'.
1. Click the Chrome menu button on the Google Chrome browser, select Tools → Extensions.
2. Here, look for unfamiliar extensions like Network System Driver and get rid of them by clicking on the Recycle Bin.
3. Don't forget to change start page.