Remove AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard Permanently

Remove AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard Permanently


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AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard is classified as a PUP that enters the user’s PC bundled with freeware and shareware. AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard is the installer for AnyProtect, but in case you choose to skip the programs installation, you will be presented with a shortcut on your desktop “Continue to live installation”. The AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard appears every time Windows is started, along with other annoying pop-ups by the same program.

How Does AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard End Up on Your PC?

Many free programs the users download online do not disclose adequately that additional software will also be installed. This is how users may end up installing AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard without realizing it. The method is called “bundling” and is commonly used these days. Users can avoid the additional programs and applications by selecting the Advanced installation options and un-checking any software they do not want on their computers.

AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard is usually bundled with the installers for Softonic and Cnet.

AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard Symptoms

As the AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard pop-up box appears on the user’s desktop, the following behavior of the program is reported:

→”If I agree and click next I will install some “antivirus” called Anyprotect. If I just exit setup, it will make removable desktop shortcut called “Continue live installation.” Even after uninstalling Anyprotect, this setup wizard just appears after once in the while with no quite reason, not some specific action is needed to activate it.”

Users may also experience intrusive online advertisements along with browser and system slowdowns.

Adware and potentially unwanted programs are also associated with data collection and random redirects to third-party websites.

How to Remove AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard from Your Computer?

Some adware programs can be quite aggressive and hard to remove. If you have difficulties removing AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard manually, you are advised to rely on a competent anti-malware solution that will delete AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard and any related software permanently. Follow the steps in the manual below to remove the potentially unwanted program from your machine.

Note! Your computer system may be affected by AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard or other threats.
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To remove AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard follow these steps:

1. Uninstall malicious programs from Windows
2. Clean your Browser and Registry from AnyWhereAccess Setup Wizard

Before starting the Automatic Removal below, please boot back into Normal mode, in case you are currently in Safe Mode.
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Berta Bilbao

Berta is a dedicated malware researcher, dreaming for a more secure cyber space. Her fascination with IT security began a few years ago when a malware locked her out of her own computer.

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