Name: Windows Navigator Killer
Publisher: DevLabNet

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"Software (English)" or "Logiciel (Français)".

  • As usual, the source code for this application is available on GITHUB. Go to this page Source Code if you are curious.


Just Install the program from this link : "Navigator Killer".


"virus" warning popped up? Don't call that number! Don't get scammed!

Whether you have a Windows computer or a Macintosh, this could happen to you.
How it starts
You're using your computer when out of the blue a "virus" or "infection" or "suspicious connection" warning pops up on your screen. It will probably use a variety of technical-sounding phrases to tell you that there's a problems, and that you are at risk for all kinds of scary consequences ("computer damage," "data corruption", etc.). You might see multiple pop-ups. At the end of this text there is a phone number you can call to get help.

In addition you may see a "blue screen" or other colorful text and images, claiming there is a problem with your computer.
You may also hear a man's or woman's voice coming from your computer, telling you that this is urgent, call immediately, you are at risk, etc. Or you might hear a siren noise.
Don't believe it! This is a scam, pure and simple. These messages and sounds are all designed to scare you, make you leave your common sense aside, and intimidate you into calling that number.
The message on your screen will probably have an "OK" button that, when you click it, closes and then immediately reopens the alert, making you feel trapped, and reinforcing the illusion that you have only one option, to call that number.
Don't fall for this! Just because it says there's a problem on your computer screen doesn't make it true.
  • This "Windows Navigator Killer" will allows to kill "Navigator Processes" through a graphical interface.
  • Who never got this kind of terrific page :


    Asking you to call some phone number, and .... As you can see, this program was created for the sole purpose of displaying fake Windows alerts in order to scare you into purchasing remote support services.
  • If you are infected with this program, please ignore any alerts that are displayed and do not call the displayed number.
  • Most of the time, these pop-ups will not allow you to close your browser.
  • The only way to stop this, will be to "KILL" the process of your running Navigator (Edge, Chrome or Edge).
  • The Standard way to do this is to :
    1. Open Task Manager by right-clicking the taskbar, and then clicking Start Task Manager. Alternatively to start the Windows Task Manager, you can press Ctrl+Alt+Del and click on Task Manager or simply press on Ctrl+Shift+Esc.
    2. Scroll through the list till you see your web browser’s process and left-click on it once so it becomes highlighted. Once you have selected the browser’s process, click on the End Task button.
    3. Your browser window should now be closed. The next time you open your browser, do not allow the browser to open the last opened page.
  • But this is sometime not easy to understand for people not really aware with Computers !.
    The goal of this Application is to automate the "kiling" process via a Graphical Interface Program.
  • Just Install the program from this link : "Navigator Killer". On tnis page, just click on the "Install" button.
    A file "setup.exe" will be downloaded.
    If you get a warning (if using Chrome) at the bottom of the page like this :
    Just click on the "^" sign on the right off "Discard" and select "Keep" :
    Then install the program, by double clicking the "setup.exe" file you downloaded.
    If you get a warning like this
    Click on "More Info" then Choose "Run Anyway":
  • After Installation, you will get a new program with this icon :

    If your browser get blocked, just run the program by double-clicking the icon, you will get an "Application Window" like this :


  • Then, just click on the "KILL" Button, to Kill/Close the wanted Navigator.
  • The following options can be selected by checking the checkboxes :
    1. Clear Cache : Will Clear the Cache / History of the browser.
    2. Empty Recycle Bin : Will Clean Out the Recycle Bin.

  • Only detected running web browsers will be enabled to kill. To refresh the list, you can click once on the "Devil Image".
  • You can also empty the message box by double clicking the message box.
  • Clicking the "KILL" button will "Close" the corresponding Navigator, "Empty" the Recycle Bin if specified, and clean the "browsing Data Session Information" to avoid the navigator to display a warning asking : "Do You want to Restore the Pages" when it will be restarted.

If you have been brought to use WindowsNavKiller, it's probably because you PC was infected with potentially unwanted programs or adware. If so, It is highly recommended to run some security wizard to get rid of any malicious software on your PC, like :
ZHPCleaner and ADWCleaner

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