How to remove MyWebFace from the computer and browsers

Today's entry is going to help you to delete MyWebFace adware from your workstation in several minutes. Here you can find an effective instruction for by-hand uninstalling, well-known antiviral program, and advice on the methods to protect your PC against adware.


If you are currently on this site, you probably have some problems with suspicious pop-ups. It's a frequent problem recent years, since adware is becoming highly widespread, and you can get them even from most well-known sites. We can teach you the basics of how they work. We also know the methods through which adware penetrates the device, and we'll tell how to prevent it. Experienced operators will tell you that it’s wiser to avoid the infection than to deal with its consequences, and they’re right! Our article has everything you should know about undesired programs.


MyWebFace adware

What is MyWebFace. Removal reasons and methods

MyWebFace is a hazardous program that emerged on your device, right before the device began to work slow. The majority of red flags, which may look as the hardware failure, are caused by undesired utilities, in our case - MyWebFace. Among them are critical failures, overheating, frequent reloads, lagging, a problematic load, and a lot of other annoying things. If it's still not clear for you – we will explain it at length.


  • Poky work of your workstation is in most cases generated by the clogging of an OS with different perilous programs, adware and malware. You cannot blame the device for it. Adware has a dangerous custom of running in a background mode and loading immediately after the PC's boot. That’s why you have to wait for more than a minute before your system is capable of responding to your commands after it's turned on. They aren't helpful in any way, but they still are feeding of your PC's resources.
  • Overheat is called by that very issue – too many utilities are operating all at once. Of course, turning them off may do well, but they will automatically alter their settings and will come back as soon as you reload the OS.
  • BSOD's are not really the MyWebFace’s feature – they’re more about a hackers' mistake. Real malware is working fine with all common programs, but the deficient adware is quarreling with lots of the decent programs and calling Emergency shutdowns.


You might have noticed that the advertising flood isn't on this our list. Obviously, it’s caused by advertising utilities too, but who put the blame on the system for that problem?!



As you've already noticed that we only talk about multiple unwanted tools. The matter for it is that unwanted programs don't stay alone for long. Adware likes to have a good time with friends. MyWebFace can deliver you annoying banners and modify the browser features, but save that – it can’t damage the system. Another problem occurs if adware remains within the computer for more than a few days and invites you to install other undesired tools via the vulnerabilities that it has created in your browser. And then the real fun begins: each banner you're clicking can redirect you to an infected website, where you might download some serious malware. We bet that you wish to escape such a problem, and the only way to do it is delete MyWebFace ASAP.

How to shield your computer

Until we've started eliminating MyWebFace, we have a crucial thing to discuss: AV protection. We don't mean an AV-program, as antivirus cannot entirely ward off adware. MyWebFace uses the totally alien approach. Instead of infecting the device through some vulnerability, adware just asks for your permit to get installed. The most amazing thing is that you allow it. Almost all users agree. Adware does it through the affiliate infection method. It’s more about tricks than about hacker's mastery, but it remains the most effective one since the World Wide was developed. Internet-criminals create an adware package, put a lot of malicious utilities in it, and name it after some good tool. After that, any user can get it and install malware and everything else. The breaking point of the scheme is the pop-up window where you’re offered to pick the installation way. Usually, it offers you pick a place where you need to have that utility, configure its features or pick the useful modules that may be suitable for you. In case of MyWebFace, you can decide between “get only the tool that I've wanted to” and “install it all and don’t care about consequences.” The cursor is automatically hovering on the option, recommended by swindlers, so you simply have to click “agree.” That’s how adware has got into the laptop.

How to remove MyWebFace

Adware removal usually is done via two plain ways. You can execute it in manual mode if you know the basics of PC skills, or with use of a good antivirus, which will do it way faster and ensure protection before the other examples of adware. Each one of these manners has its benefits and drawbacks. You can eliminate one or two pieces of adware manually, but when there are many of them – the system won't let you to do so. Manual elimination doesn’t require buying any software, but on the contrary – it’s wiser to purchase an effective AV-tool than to regret about not doing it when the computer is infected. Here we want to show you Spyhunter. This tool is a well-known adware-hunter, and you will see it if you give it a try. Press the link under this paragraph to get a test version with limited capabilities.

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MyWebFace removal instructions

If you use MAC OS, follow our article: MAC adware removal.

If you are Android user, follow this guide: Android virus removal.



Step 1. Uninstall MyWebFace from Control Panel

Instruction for Windows XP and Windows 7

1. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click Add or Remove Programs.

2. In the Currently installed programs box, click the MyWebFace, and then click Change or Change/Remove.

3. Follow the instructions that appear on the screen to make the changes that you want.

Press Start - Control Panel Choose Programs - Uninstall a program Choose needed program and click 'Uninstall'


Instruction for Windows 8

1. Point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer down, and tap Search.

2. Enter Control panel in the search box, and then click Control Panel.

3. Under View by: select Large Icons, and then click Programs and features.

4. Click the program, and then click Uninstall.

5. Follow the instructions on the screen.


Instruction for Windows 10

1. On the field Search Windows type 'Control Panel'

2. Click Uninstall a program

3. Select MyWebFace and press Uninstall

Type 'Control Panel' in Search field Programs in Control Panel Choose needed program and click 'Uninstall'


Step 2. Remove MyWebFace from the browser

Note: If you use antimalware scanner, it will take you through the following steps automatically.


Instruction for Google Chrome

1. Launch Google Chrome browser, click Menu (Customize and Control Google Chrome)

2. Select More tools > Extensions. Left-click on Extensions

3. On the MyWebFace, click Remove from Chrome

4. A notice to remove the extension will appear. Click Remove

How to remove MyWebFace from Google Chrome. Step 1 How to delete MyWebFace from Google Chrome. Step 2 How to uninstall MyWebFace from Google Chrome. Step 3


Instruction for Internet Explorer

1. Launch Internet Explorer

2. Click Tools

3. Select Manage add-ons

4. Select MyWebFace and press Disable

How to uninstall MyWebFace from Internet Explorer. Step 1 How to remove MyWebFace from Internet Explorer. Step 2 How to delete MyWebFace from Internet Explorer. Step 3


Instruction for Mozilla Firefox

1. Launch Mozilla Firefox

2. Open Menu

3. Click Add-ons

4. Select Extensions

5. On the MyWebFace, press Remove

How to uninstall MyWebFace from Mozilla Firefox. Step 1 How to delete MyWebFace from Mozilla Firefox. Step 1 How to remove MyWebFace from Mozilla Firefox. Step 3


Instructions for Microsoft Edge

1. Launch Microsoft Edge

2. Click on Extensions in menu bar

3. Choose needed add-on and click on it

4. Press Uninstall


Instruction for Safari

1. Open Safari browser

2. Click Menu (Display a menu of General Safari Settings)

3. Select Reset Safari...

4. Press Reset

How to delete MyWebFace from Safari. Step 1 How to uninstall MyWebFace from Safari. Step 2 How to remove MyWebFace from Safari. Step 3


Instruction for Opera

1. Start Opera browser

2. Click Menu (Customize and Control Opera)

3. Select Extensions

4. Choose MyWebFace and press button Remove from Opera

How to remove MyWebFace from Opera. Step 1 How to delete MyWebFace from Opera. Step 2 How to uninstall MyWebFace from Opera. Step 3


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Step 3. Delete elements that would stay after MyWebFace deletion

1. Remove files and folders, if they stayed:

  • Type MyWebFace in the search box
  • Scroll to the bottom of the list of search results. Under Search again in, Click Computer
  • Wait for the search results
  • Delete items found

2. Delete registry keys

  • Click the Start button
  • Type Regedit.exe and press Enter
  • Press Ctrl+F and type 'MyWebFace'
  • Click 'Find Next'
  • Delete the entries that were found

Step 4 (Optional). Scan the computer with antimalware scanner

  • Download antivirus tool, e.g. Adwcleaner
  • Press Scan button


AdwCleaner start window


  • Press Clean button


AdwCleaner scan the system



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