Wajam is a suspicious browser plugin available from wajam.com. The program is based on virtual data tracking, which is the main reason why computer users decide to remove it from their computers. As our researchers have discovered, once you install the application onto your web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, various data tracking technologies will be employed to collect information related to your browsing. Web cookies, pixels and similar means will be used to find out your IP address and to track your browsing activity. Even though it is stated that this data will be used to enhance your browsing experiences, we advise that you act with the necessary precaution. Unfortunately, the collected information could even be employed to present you with personalized advertisements, and you certainly do not want these flooding your browsers. This is why we advise getting Wajam deleted.
How does Wajam work?
The questionable Wajam is represented as a social search provider which is meant to present you with the search results related to your friends’ searches. The extension connects to your Facebook, Twitter and other social networking accounts to learn what your contacts are posting and sharing. However, if your friends are not using Wajam, you will not be presented with any interesting search results, and the program will only take up space and continue spying on you. As it has been discovered, the plugin can access data on all websites, access tabs and browsing activity and can communicate with cooperating native applications. If you are not comfortable with some suspicious program tracking your every move, you certainly should delete it from the PC. This may also stop the flooding of the irritating online adverts.
Wajam software is typically bundled with third party installers such as Open Candy and SaverPro. So It is recommended that you remove Wajam from the PC because this application is not as useful as it may appear at first sight. Even though the services provided by the extension are relatively beneficial, it is unlikely that you will be able to use it appropriately. The fact is that if your friends are not connected to Wajam, you will not be able to benefit from it. Overall, the suspicious browser plugin can collect information regarding your virtual activity, and this could be quite risky. Even though Wajam is not considered to be malicious, you can delete it using the manual removal instructions below.
Delete Wajam from Windows
Delete from Windows 8:
1. Right-click on the Metro UI menu and select All apps.
2. Go to Control Panel and click Uninstall a program.
3. Find the program you wish to remove, right-click it and select Uninstall.
Delete from Windows Vista/Windows 7:
1. Move to the left corner of the Task Bar and click the Start menu icon.
2. Select Control Panel and then click Uninstall a program.
3. Right-click on the program you wish to remove and select Uninstall.
Delete from Windows XP:
1. Click Start on the Task Bar and select Control Panel.
2. Double-click Add or Remove Programs (under Programs).
3. Click the undesirable program and select Remove.