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How to Remove WeekApp and Stop Pop-ups by WeekApp? (Adware Removal Guide)


WeekApp creates hyperlinks on random words and displays pop-up ads incessantly while you even can’t recall that you have installed this app. You are searching the web for a solution to get this thing out of your computer? Then you can rest on the removal guide in this article.



What Is WeekApp?



WeekApp is a cross browser add-on that will search for the best recommended apps for you using a top edge application picking algorithm, and transfer the weekly picked apps into your android device automatically. It sounds like a useful software utility, but it does far more than that in the background.


With WeekApp installed, you may fall victim to credit theft, extortion schemes, and identity theft, as well as other forms of severe cybercriminal acts, since it can access your tabs, browsing activity and data on all websites, and manage your apps, extensions and themes.

WeekApp 1


Worse still, it partners with ads providers to keep the app free, so you will be bothered by all forms of ads when browsing the web. All those ads are aimed to promote unpopular and unwelcome games, questionable applications, and other products, thus the owner of WeekApp can get pay-per-click revenue.


When you are infected by WeekApp, you may suffer from the follow:

> Random words on the webpages are turned into hyperlinks with blue color and double underline.

> Ads with red click here button will pop up when you hover over those hyperlinked words.

WeekApp pop-up

> Browser windows pop up automatically when you click on a link or open a new tab. Those browser windows recommend for fake updates, media player downloads and other software.

> Webpages are extremely slow to download since there are too many ads.

> Gradually, your PC runs notably slower and unresponsive.

> Many other unexpected applications and adware get installed without your knowledge and permission.


In most instances, WeekApp sneaks into your computer and adds extension and plugin to your web browser when you download and install other free downloads from the internet. Due to its stealthy behaviors, most of users rank low in acceptance of this app. It is categorized as PUP (potentially unwanted program) by the industry, too. You are highly recommended to remove this program if it isn’t installed by you personally.



How to Remove WeekApp and Stop Ads by WeekApp? (Removal Guide)



Outline of the removal guide:

Option 1 > Remove WeekApp and stop WeekApp pop-ups manually

     Step 1 Uninstall WeekApp and related malicious programs

     Step 2 Remove WeekApp extensions and plugins from IE/Firefox/Chrome

     Step 3 Clean up residual files and invalid registry entries

Option 2 > Remove WeekApp and stop WeekApp pop-ups with Cloud System Booster

Malware Prevention Tips



Option 1 > Remove WeekApp and stop WeekApp pop-ups manually


Step 1 Uninstall WeekApp and related malicious programs


As mentioned above, WeekApp often infects computers by being bundled in the installer of other free software, so you should uninstall WeekApp and any suspicious and unexpected programs that installed recently.


For Windows 8 Users:

Move mouse pointer to the bottom right corner of the screen.

Go to Charms bar Settings Control Panel Uninstall a program

Uninstall WeekApp and other unknown or unexpected programs.


For Windows 7/Vista Users:

Go to Start button > Control Panel > Uninstall a program / Programs and Features

Uninstall WeekApp and any suspicious third-party application

uninstall WeekApp


For Windows XP Users:

Go to Start button >  Settings > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs

Remove WeekApp and any suspicious third-party application



Step 2 Remove WeekApp extensions and plugins from IE/Firefox/Chrome


If you are still encountering WeekApp ads after removing WeekApp and relate malicious programs, you should go through the following guides to check your browser and remove WeekApp leftovers on your web browser.


For Internet Explorer Users:

To remove extension: click on the gear icon or Tools → select Manage Add-ons → go to Toolbars and Extensions tab → right click on WeekApp and any other suspicious extensions → choose Disable in the drop-down menu → close the window and click on OK button

WeekApp on IE


For Mozilla Firefox Users:

To remove extensions and plugins: click on the orange Firefox button firefox button on the upper left corner of the browser → hit Add-ons → go to Extensions tab → Remove suspicious extensions (WeekApp)

WeekApp on Firefox

Switch to Plugins tab → Disable suspicious plugins


For Google Chrome Users:

To remove extension: Click on Customize icon (Wrench or 3 bar icon) > Tools > Extensions → locate WeekApp and any unwanted or unknown extension → click the Recycling Bin to remove it

WeekApp on Chrome



Step 3 Clean up residual files and invalid registry entries


Please note that although WeekApp and related malicious program is uninstalled, there are still many residual files – like invalid registry entries still on your computer. These junk files occupy disk space of your computer and may degrade your computer performance over time. It is complicated to delete them manually, so you may need the help of a system cleaner or system optimizer. We recommend you Cloud System Booster.


1. Download and install the free or paid version of Cloud System Booster.

Cloud System Booster free download link:

Cloud System Booster Purchase link:


2. Launch Cloud System Booster, go to Disk Cleaner and check the items you want Cloud System Booster to clear.

Cloud System Booster 3.1-cookies removal


3. Go back to home and click on Quick Care to scan your computer for junk files.

Cloud System Booster 3.1-home


4. Click on Clear button after scan finished.

Cloud System Booster 3.1-Clear



Option 2 > Remove WeekApp and stop WeekApp ads with Cloud System Booster


To remove WeekApp and stop WeekApp ads automatically, you only need to download and install Cloud System Booster, a system cleaner and optimizer.


Cloud System Booster free download link:


1. Uninstall WeekApp with Anvi Uninstaller


Anvi Uninstaller is a tool integrated in Cloud System Booster which is a system cleaner and optimizer. Anvi Uninstaller will scan and delete leftovers after uninstall a program.


Launch Cloud System Booster → go to Toolbox → Download and Run Anvi Uninstaller → scroll down the Recently Installed list → locate WeekApp and any suspicious program → hit Uninstall to remove

Cloud System Booster-Anvi Uninstaller

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Please note that the Prefect Scan feature is only available for Cloud System Booster Pro version users. You can use this function by getting a trail license or upgrade to pro version.

Cloud System Booster purchase link:


2. Remove WeekApp browser extension and plugins


Slim Toolbar featured in Cloud System Booster enables you to manage toolbars and extentions on Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome simultaneously.


Click on the up arrow on the Home tab of Cloud System Booster to go to Slim Toolbar, then remove all the suspicious extensions and plugins.

Cloud System Booster-Slim Toolbar


When you are not on the Home tab, you can find Toolbar Manager on the right side.

Cloud System Booster 3.1-toolbar manager

WeekApp extension removal


3. Clean up residual files and invalid registry entries


Please note that there would be some leftovers in your computer after uninstall programs especially those malware. You’d better clean up your system with a system cleaner and optimizer and that’s what Cloud System Booster developed for.


Switch to Home tab → click Quick Care button → click Clear button after scan finished

Cloud System Booster 3.1-Clear


Now, your computer should have been free from the infection of WeekApp. If you have encountered any problem in the removing process, please leave a reply and we will help you fix your problem as soon as possible.



Malware Prevention Tips                     



1. Keep an eye on what you are agree to install and do not just click on Next blindly.

As mentioned above, WeekApp sneaks into your computer by being bundled in the installer of other free software, so you should be attentive when install such programs and always opt for custom/advanced installation.


2. Turn on the security settings of your installed web browser.

If you always encounter the problems such as pop-up ads and redirecting, you may need to check if the available security settings of your web browser are on. You can view Turn on Security Features of Internet Browsers for Safer Surfing Online for tutorial.


3. Keep a professional antivirus or antimalware program on and perform system scan regularly.

Adware like WeekApp may lead you to malicious websites and your computer may be exposed to other horrible computer infections, so we strongly recommend you to scan your computer with an antivirus or antimalware program to make sure that your computer is safe and clean. Anvi Smart Defender is such a program that you can make use of.

Anvi Smart Defender free version download link:

Anvi Smart Defender-1


Web Guard and Anvi Ad Blocker are available in the pro version of Anvi Smart Defender. Protected by the full guard of Anvi Smart Defender, you can rest and enjoy your day.

Anvi Smart Defender purchase link:

Anvi Ad Blocker free download link: (expires in 15 days)


  • Franceszy

    Hi, you are not needed to “delete” your host file, just make sure it is not modified by malwares. And if you want to edit or replace your host file you may need run your computer as an administrator.