How to remove (uninstall) Task Product

The guide you’re going to look at contains all things you need to know to ward Task Product off your system. Except for that, we will clarify to you how you can uninstall Task Product from all versions of Windows, and from Opera, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, IE and Google Chrome.

Task Product

What is Task Product

Task Product, literally, is an untrusted utility, designed to diddle a user out of his money. Naturally, it’s not literally about the present funds you have on your bank account, it’s more like you unintentionally doing some work for Internet-criminals, clicking the links they show, and navigating weird sites. We’ll cover the subject in this guide, and explain it in depth. In case you've experienced the adware infection in the past and know how it works - simply see the deletion instructions at the final part of the page and delete Task Product from the system.

To fight this adware and other similar utilities, you should realize how they work and why they were created. Their sole purpose is to show pop-ups, and by showing them to a victim and forcing him to follow them, adware creates action on the pages it has to advertise. The majority of links an unwanted program provides don’t have a background behind them and are developed to trick you into attending the website, but some of them have goods or services for sale. It’s an exaggeration to say goods, actually, as they’re more likely to be called “bads” if you see our point. The issue with Task Product’s pop-ups is that they aren't true. If a website gets promoted via an advertising utility, it undoubtedly states that it is unable to use other, more effective and respectful manners. It also means that the webpage is either of poor quality or improper sort. And how would you force customers to purchase something like that? Right, via an irritating advertising practices, which is making hundreds of banners emerge on peoples’ monitors until they follow at least one of them.


How Task Product infects the system

The manners of penetration what you need to realize, to shield your OS from Task Product. Almost always there's one Trojan on your device, which helps the others to break through. Our job now is to define how the advertisement tools infect the fresh, healthy device. Usually, it is possible with the operator’s help. Here we've described three of the very effective methods to scam you into installing adware:

  • Email scams. This way is applied not as often as the affiliate installation, but you shouldn't underestimate fraudsters. The thing is that from time to time you receive random emails from unidentified senders. It could be a mistake, but in case such an email has the files or active links – do not open it. Following such a link or opening a document will follow the immediate download of god-knows-what onto your machine, and it could be pretty much worse than adware.
  • "Bundling". It’s the method when adware is bundled with a few other programs. They all are either trashy or viral except one. Generally, the file is named after a good utility so that the operator believed that he'll get it, but all he downloads is the whole bunch of adware. We know the stage when you are installing a package when you can pick the not recommended installation manner and opt out of the installation of perilous programs. This is not the one when you may click "OK" and go on. Just read the information in the dialogue windows during the installation, and avoid anything suspicious.
  • Straightforward download. Some users get infected by undesired utilities thinking that they are reputable, and the single method to avoid it is to remember how suspicious programs look like. In the majority of cases, they try to look like useful programs and prefer the ones whose functions cannot be clearly explained. To this sort belong all browsing programs aiming to upgrade your browsing experience or assist you to find everything from the best promotions to tasty offers. Some hackers prefer system optimization programs and programs for social networks. If you're going to get a suchlike utility – we recommend you to find tons of positive reviews about it on reputable portals prior to installing it.

We hope that our list helps you remember the methods of adware infection, and reduce the chances of infection in the future.

How to remove Task Product

Step 1. Check recently added applications

  • Click Applications in the Finder sidebar
  • Drag unwanted program to the Trash
  • Empty Trash

Step 2. Clean the browser


  • Start Safari browser
  • Display a menu of General Safari Settings
  • Reset Safari...
  • Press "Reset"

Google Chrome

Remove unfamiliar add-on:

  • Customize and Control Google Chrome
  • More Tools
  • Extensions
  • Remove add-on


Change homepage:

  • Customize and Control Google Chrome
  • Settings
  • Open a specific page or set of pages
  • Delete all specific pages


Mozilla Firefox

Delete suspicious extensions:


  • Open menu
  • Add-ons
  • Extensions
  • Remove add-on


Change homepage:

  • Open menu
  • Options
  • Home
  • Choose “Blank page” into Homepage and new windows


Opera browser

Disable strange add-ons:

  • Open Opera;
  • Customize and Control Opera;
  • Extensions;
  • Choose add-on and press button "Disable"

Change homepage:

  • Open Opera browser;
  • Customize and Control Opera;
  • Settings;
  • On Startup;
  • Open a specific page or set of pages;
  • Press button "Add a new page" and change Homepage to your favorite one.


Step 3. Scan the system

Scan the system with antimalware scanner to delete infected elements, if they stayed.

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