How to stop redirects in Chrome? How to prevent redirects on Chrome? How do I fix redirects on Chrome? How do you block ads on Chrome? Many people always ask such questions.
Whenever you visit a site, you get randomly redirected to sites which you didn’t intend to visit such as fake apple support, fake adobe flash player, comcast survey and porn advertisements, etc.
This issue might be because of several reasons, please check below steps.
Step 1. Remove unwanted Chrome extension
Chrome, choose Chrome > Preferences.
Click “Extensions” button on sidebar to view extensions list.
Uncheck the checkbox of extensions which you don’t know or don’t want.
Step 2. Remove related cookies and cache in Chrome
On your browser toolbar, click More .
Point to More tools, and then click Clear browsing data.
In the “Clear browsing data” box, click the checkboxes for Cookies and other site and plug-in data and Cached images and files.
Use the menu at the top to select the amount of data that you want to delete. Choose beginning of time to delete everything.
Click Clear browsing data.
Step 3. Install free of charge Adblock extension
If the problem only happens on a particular site, the problem is most likely an issue with the advertising on that site itself. For a better protection against ads and popups you can install free of charge AdBlock browser extension (https://getadblock.com).
Step 4. Install Adware Removal Pro to remove malware and adware
If above steps can’t resolve the random redirect issues, there is possibility you system may be infected by adware and malware. Instead of spamming you with ads, they might have even as simply taken personal information or taken your company’s secret sauce.
Adware Removal Pro is a powerful tool which is designed to remove adware and browser hijackers from Apple Mac OS X. You will start with a free trial lasting 3 days and have 30-Day Money Back Guarantee. Please download Adware Removal Pro and clean your system immediately.