'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Up

What is 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Up?

'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Up is a fake alert that will try to convince you that your computer is at risk and you need to download a particular program to protect it from harm. Needless to say, the dangers this pop-up describes are real, but it does not mean that you are exposed to them this very moment. 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Up is there to help its developers make some financial profit. Your own well-being might not be part of the plan. Hence, you need to close that pop-up window at once and then look for potentially unwanted programs that could have generated this fake alert.

Where does 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Up come from?

Our research team says that this fake alert could be generated by adware. Adware is a type of software that often enters your computer with your permission and then starts displaying commercial ads. Users are bound to say that they do not want to have adware on their computers and that they did install such things. That might be true, but it is not realistic.

What we mean is that users definitely regard adware as a potential computer security threat, but they could still end up with it on their systems accidentally. This happens because adware gets distributed bundled with freeware applications via file-sharing sites. Users download programs from such sites because it is free, but they forget to check all the steps in the installation wizard. Software installers from file-sharing sites are bound to bundle additional programs in the same package. Say, you wanted to have a file converter, but if you breezed through the setup without checking all the details, there is a very good chance that you also installed an adware application that generates 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Up.

What’s more, you do not necessarily need an adware application on your computer to encounter this fake alert online. Sometimes enough to have an extension on your browser or you simply need to enter a website that supports such pop-ups. That is also why computer security experts always emphasize how important it is to browse the web safely, avoiding potentially harmful websites. If you see that a page is full of annoying pop-ups and random flash advertisements, it is probably your cue to leave. Because before you know it, you might be spammed with such annoying fake alerts as 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Up.

What does 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Up do?

The fake alert works as a promotional tool for some product that obviously does not deliver what it promises. The message on the pop-up is supposed to make you think that your computer is exposed to a number of threats, and you have to avoid potential errors by acquiring a licensed update tool. If you have been experiencing various discrepancies, these claims could sound more than real. However, no legitimate program would ever promote itself through such means. Not to mention, it would not resort to such promotional text:

Errors in the Windows Registry are a leading cause of PC problems and slow performance. Therefore it is highly recommended that you scan your PC with this PC Update Tool. It will fix problematic registry entries that can cause these errors and prevent new ones from occurring.

Common Symptoms

Not only are these errors annoying, if not fixed, you may experience program lock-ups, slow PC performance, system freezes, startup and shut down problems, installation errors, and hardware failure.

Solution: Run the PC Update Tool for

To ensure your computer will run error free, download and run the PC Update Tool. Simply click the button below to download your copy now.

Needless to say, the pop-up cannot expose you to potentially harmful content directly unless you allow it to. So to protect yourself from various threats, you need to close the 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Up message right now.

How do I remove 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Up?

If the pop-up does not allow you to close your browser’s window, you can kill it via Task Manager or with the Alt+F4 command. Also, you should reset your browser settings to default because it will definitely delete all the cookies, cache, and plug-ins that could have been related to the fake alert. After that, please scan your PC with the SpyHunter free scanner to see if you have any other unwanted application left.

Browser Settings Reset


  1. Press Alt+F and click Settings.
  2. Scroll down and press Advanced.
  3. Click Reset at the bottom of the page.
  4. Press Reset on the confirmation box.

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+T and open Internet options.
  2. Click the Advanced tab and press Reset.
  3. Select Delete personal settings and click Reset.
  4. Click Close.


  1. Press Alt+H and click Troubleshooting information.
  2. On the new tab, press the Refresh Firefox button.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox and press Finish. 100% FREE spyware scan and
    tested removal of 'Safe PC Support Page' Pop-Up*

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