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EasyPhotoEdit (Removal Instructions)


EasyPhotoEdit is detected as adware that generates pop-up ads in your web browser and modifies existing browser settings. EasyPhotoEdit ads can appear when you hover your mouse over an image, when you hover your mouse over hyperlinked text, or at random moments. The ads this adware generates can also cover legitimate advertisements on the websites you visit with generic banner and skyscraper ads.


Once this adware is installed it will begin to generate advertisements in your web browser it believes you are most likely to click on based on your browsing habits. It will also change your homepage, new tab page, and search engine. When this occurs your browser will start-up on and redirect to a sponsored search engine.

If you find EasyPhotoEdit on your computer is is likely that additional malware and unwanted programs have also been introduced. Like most adware, EasyPhotoEdit is known to bundle with and install alongside other unwanted programs, adware, and potential threats. A simple scan with a reputable removal tool like Malwarebytes can conclude this finding.

Threat Details

Names EasyPhotoEdit, EasyPhotoEdit virus *This infection is not technically defined as a computer virus
Detection Categories Adware, Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP)
Publisher Description N/A
Symptoms Advertisements and sponsored search results in the web browser
Browser redirects to sponsored webpages
Decreased internet speed and performance
Decreased computer functionality and performance
Bundles with malware and other potentially unwanted programs
Common Path(s) C:\Program Files (x86)
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EasyPhotoEdit Removal Options

Manual Removal Guide

These manual EasyPhotoEdit removal instructions will help you completely remove EasyPhotoEdit and other threats from your computer. In order to eradicate this threat please follow each step in order.

EasyPhotoEdit Removal Instructions

1. The first step to remove EasyPhotoEdit is to uninstall the program from Windows Control Panel if there is a usable uninstall entry. To uninstall EasyPhotoEdit go to Start Menu > Control Panel > Uninstall a Program (or Add and Remove Programs) and search for EasyPhotoEdit and other suspicious programs in the list. Once you have found EasyPhotoEdit, double click it to begin the uninstall process. Repeat this step for any other suspicious programs you may have found.

2. The second step to remove EasyPhotoEdit is to remove any unwanted browser add-ons and extensions that may have installed from each web browser on your computer.

Google Chrome Go to Customize and control Google Chrome > More Tools > Extensions
Mozilla Firefox Go to Menu > Add-ons
Microsoft Internet Explorer Go to Tools > Manage add-ons
Apple Safari Go to Safari > Preferences > Extensions

3. The third step to remove EasyPhotoEdit is to scan your computer and eradicate malicious files using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware software.

4. Download and Install Malwarebytes Anti-Malware software.

5. Open Malwarebytes and click the large blue Scan Now button to begin a scan.

6. Once the scan is complete click the Remove Selected button and Finish button afterwards. If Malwarebytes suggests that you restart your computer please do so.

7. The fourth step to remove EasyPhotoEdit is to scan your computer and eradicate malicious files using HitmanPro; a reputable second-opinion scan and removal tool.

8. Download and Install HitmanPro by Surfright.

9. Open HitmanPro and click Next to start scanning your computer. *If you are using the free version you may chose to create a copy or perform a one-time scan.

10. When the HitmanPro scan is complete click the Next button and then click the Reboot button. *To activate the free version of HitmanPro: enter your email address twice and click the Activate button.

11. The fifth step to remove EasyPhotoEdit is to clean-up and repair settings with CCleaner.

12. Download and Install CCleaner by Piriform.

13. Open CCleaner and go to the main Cleaner screen. Click the Analyze button. When the process is complete, click the Run Cleaner button on the bottom right of the program interface.

14. Go to Tools > Startup and search for suspicious entries in each tab starting from Windows all the way to Content Menu. If you find anything suspicious click it and click the Delete button to remove it.

15. Go to the Registry window and click the Scan for Issues button. When the scan is complete click the Fix selected issues… button and click Fix All Selected Issues.

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