“You might enjoy reading” is another annoying popup that, similarly to “About this ad”, may start appearing on each of your web browsers. Typically, this message offers reading articles on predetermined websites and seeks to increase the number of their visitors in this way. If you want to avoid visiting insecure sites that may be involved to the distribution of malware and similar dangerous activities, you should be very careful when clicking on “You might enjoy reading”. By the way, if you are seeing it during your browsing, it means that your PC was affected by adware. It is mostly spread in a bundle with freeware and shareware as an extra attachment, so if you have recently installed a program that seems questionable to you, you should waste no time and scan your machine with reliable anti-spyware.
How can “You might enjoy reading” hijack my browsers?
“You might enjoy reading” virus attacks systems unnoticed but you can easily avoid it. For that you need to follow some simple unwritten rules. First of all, make sure you check the freeware before its installation and make sure it is safe enough to enter your computer. Secondly, choose custom or advanced installation that allows monitoring what programs and hidden attachments will be installed on your computer. Once you find a notification about this and similar adwares' installation, opt out of them by unchecking the check box and prevent “You might enjoy reading” redirects or similar inconveniences. If you think that this program has already infiltrated your machine, you can get rid of it by following these steps:
How to remove “You might enjoy reading”?
“You might enjoy reading” ads are very annoying because they appear every time you start your browsing session. They may be dangerous as well because noone can guarantee that they won't redirect you to insecure site that spreads malware or other potentially unwanted programs. In order to get rid of these ads, you should follow these simple steps:
- Uninstall freeware, which is related to “You might enjoy reading”:
- Click Start -> Control Panel -> Uninstall a Program.
- When in the Add/Remove Programs/Uninstall a Program, look for recently installed/unfamiliar applications.
- Click 'Uninstall' and then OK to save the changes.
- Reset your browsers (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer):
Open Internet Explorer, click the Gear icon or ‘Tools‘ -> 'Internet Options'.
Here, go to the 'Advanced' tab and click the 'Reset' button.
Go to the 'Reset Internet Explorer settings' -> 'Delete personal settings' and click on 'Reset' option.
Finally, click 'Close' and OK to save the changes.
Change your homepage.
Open Mozilla Firefox, go to the 'Help' section -> 'Troubleshooting Information'.
Here, choose a 'Reset Firefox’ for a couple of times and 'Finish'.
Finally, change your homepage.
Click the Chrome menu button on the Google Chrome browser, select Settings -> Show Advanced Settings.
Here, look for 'Reset browser settings' button.
Click 'Reset' to complete this task.