How to delete PUP.Optional.ValueApps

About PUP.Optional.ValueApps

PUP.Optional.ValueApps is the generic detection name assigned to generic possibly unwanted programs, one of which could be inhabiting your device. Such programs aren’t categorized as serious infections since your harmed PC is not their primary intention. It wouldn’t be surprising if the PUP is concealing itself as some type of useful application. It’s often the case that they are concealed as anti-virus programs, computer optimizers, browser extensions or games. PUPs are fundamentally applications that can install without you having to allow it explicitly, and then use scare tactics to make you buy worthless services. If you are dealing with anti-virus programs or system optimizers, the application will try to scare you to encourage you to buy the complete version, while you’ll be exposed to constant adverts if your PUP is a browser extension. It’s categorized as a PUP for a reason, therefore we recommend you uninstall PUP.Optional.ValueApps.

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How do PUPs install

You could have easily installed the potentially unwanted application yourself, trusting it to be some kind of handy piece of software. Carrying out extensive research about applications you install will help you avoid future PUPs installation.

The bundling method could have also been used to install the program without requiring your permission. The way the method works is pretty simple. Junk programs are usually added to freeware as extra offers, unless you manually deselect them, they are set to install alongside. The reason many users end up not deselecting those items is because they simply do not see them as they’re not instantly obvious.

In order to prevent these unnecessary installations, pay attention to when installing software. Default settings will not show you if anything has been attached, so pick Advanced (Custom) options if you are given the choice. In addition to seeing what has been added, you will have the option of unmarking all items.

Should you be concerned with PUP.Optional.ValueApps

For some generic PUP infections, widespread security applications like Kaspersky, Symantec, Avast, Malwarebytes, TrendMicro and ESET will use PUP.Optional.ValueApps as the detection name. Even if major security applications identify it as a potential infection, it does not mean it’ll harm your system in a severe way. PUPs don’t intend to damage your device, and instead focus on making revenue by deceiving you into purchasing applications or by exposing you to ads. No matter what type of PUP is installed on your device, an ad increase is one of the initial signs of an infection.

Paid versions of PUPs would be a waste of money, and we would like to remind you that before finishing. We should also mention that because ads by PUPs are rather harmful, you should avoid interacting with them.

How to remove PUP.Optional.ValueApps

Your anti-malware program is detecting PUP.Optional.ValueApps but not deleting it, which is the reason you’re reading this. If that is the case, you have the option of uninstalling PUP.Optional.ValueApps manually or using another anti-malware tool. To aid you, you may find below this article. It should also be said that your virus removal utility may be detecting a threat that’s not actually in your PC, so it may just be a false positive.

PUP.Optional.ValueApps Behavior

  • Shows Fake Security Alerts, Pop-ups and Ads.
  • Distributes itself through pay-per-install or is bundled with third-party software.
  • Redirect your browser to infected pages.
  • PUP.Optional.ValueApps Shows commercial adverts
  • Slows internet connection

PUP.Optional.ValueApps effected Windows OS versions

  • Windows 10 32% 
  • Windows 8 35% 
  • Windows 7 16% 
  • Windows Vista 7% 
  • Windows XP 10% 
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PUP.Optional.ValueApps Geography

Remove PUP.Optional.ValueApps from Windows

Remove PUP.Optional.ValueApps from Windows XP:

  1. Open menu by clicking Start.
  2. Control PanelAdd or Remove Programs. win-xp-control-panel PUP.Optional.ValueApps
  3. Remove the application.

Remove PUP.Optional.ValueApps from Windows Vista or Windows 7:

  1. StartControl PanelPrograms and Features win7-control-panel PUP.Optional.ValueApps
  2. Find the unwanted program, right click on it and select Uninstall.

Remove PUP.Optional.ValueApps from Windows 8/8.1/10:

  1. Right-click on the Metro UI screen, All appsControl Panel. win8-control-panel-search PUP.Optional.ValueApps
  2. Select Uninstall a program, find the program you want to uninstall, right-click and select Uninstall.

Remove PUP.Optional.ValueApps from Your Browsers

Remove PUP.Optional.ValueApps from Internet Explorer

  • Press Alt+T and select Internet Options.
  • Select 'Advanced' and click 'Reset'. reset-ie PUP.Optional.ValueApps
  • 'Reset Internet Explorer settings' → 'Delete personal settings' → 'Reset'.
  • Press 'Close' and then ‘OK’.
  • Press Alt+T and select Manage Add-ons. Press Toolbars and Extensions and remove the unwanted extensions. ie-addons PUP.Optional.ValueApps
  • In Search Providers you can set any page as your new search tool.

Delete PUP.Optional.ValueApps from Mozilla Firefox

  • Type in about:addons in your browser’s URL field. firefox-extensions PUP.Optional.ValueApps
  • Go through the list of extensions and remove the unwanted ones.
  • FirefoxHelp (Help in menu for OSX users) → Troubleshooting Information → Reset Firefox. firefox_reset PUP.Optional.ValueApps

Terminate PUP.Optional.ValueApps from Chrome

  • Type chrome://extensions in your browser’s URL field. extensions-chrome PUP.Optional.ValueApps
  • Go through the list of extensions and remove the unwanted ones.
  • Type in chrome://settings in the URL bar.
  • Advanced settingsReset browser settings. chrome-advanced PUP.Optional.ValueApps
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