High Stairs ads are displayed in your Google Chrome by a similarly named adware browser extension and the corresponding application installed on your computer. This program for advertising is usually installed with other freeware in a deceptive way because your clicks on ads are generating someone’s income. This kind of business is wide-spread, and your Chrome is easily infected with High Stairs or similar adware if you fail to pay attention and disable High Stairs before installing a needed program. The following removal guide will help you to remove High Stairs from your computer and adware extensions from your Chrome.
Automated High Stairs Removal
High Stairs Removal Tool uses an advanced malware scanner that finds components of High Stairs and other infections. The report is very detailed and you can remove these components manually. If you opt for automated removal, then you will have a real-time protection against malware and professional support for malware removal offered with SpyHunter.
Manual High Stairs Removal
You have two options if you want to remove High Stairs from Google Chrome manually. The first option is removing High Stairs. This allows you to save other useful extensions that you installed by yourself, your bookmarks, and your custom settings. The second option removes everything along with High Stairs and other adware installed in your chrome. It forces your web browser to its original state, but your custom settings and information will be removed along with High Stairs.
Important: If you manually remove High Stairs from your Chrome, then you have to manually uninstall High Stairs application installed as a Windows program first. Then you can use this guide for removing High Stairs extension from your web browser.
Option 1. Remove High Stairs Extension from Chrome
If you install and use Chrome extensions or set important bookmarks, then use this way because the second one will remove everything. It is better to reset your web browser only if you cannot remove High Stairs or solve other problems in a different way.
High Stairs Extensions Removal Steps – Google Chrome
- Start Google Chrome and click on the “Menu” icon (three bars) located in the top-right corner.
- Click on “Settings” in the drop down list.
- Click on “Extensions” on the left to display installed Chrome extensions.
- Find High Stairs and click “Delete“.
- Restart your browser to complete the process.
Inspect other Chrome extensions and remove any that you didn’t install. If you do not know is extension good or bad, then SpyHunter’s free scanner can help to find this out and detect possible malware infections. If you still have problems with your web browser after High Stairs and other extensions were removed, then reset your web browser as described below.
Option 2. Remove High Stairs from Chrome by Reset
Use reset only if you are forced to use it. It removes everything, and you will loose passwords, bookmarks and other information stored in your Chrome. This way helps to remove all adware extensions along with High Stairs, and you can use it if nothing else helps to solve problems in your Chrome.
Reset Chrome for High Stairs Removal
- Start Google Chrome
- Click browser Menu button (three bars) placed in the right top corner
- Select Settings menu option
- Find a link Show advanced settings and click it
- Scroll all the way down and click Reset browser settings button
- Click Reset to confirm the operation
Important: Adware is often bundled with similar programs and browser hijackers that redirect your search to different web address. Cyber criminals can use bundling for installing malware on your computer.
It is a good idea to download a free anti-malware scanner and let it scan your computer for malware and other dangerous programs like High Stairs adware. Then you will know what you need to remove. SpyHunter provides detailed information that is helpful for manual removal. It offers many options for system protection and real-time protection that saves your computer against legitimate adware products similar to High Stairs that conventional antivirus wouldn’t block and remove.