CrushArcade Removal Guide

Do you know what CrushArcade is?

If you are an avid computer gamer, it is possible you might have installed CrushArcade in order to access the premium game section at However, we suggest that you remove this potentially unwanted program, because by installing it you consent to all the advertising content it will start loading onto your Internet browser the moment it gets onto your PC. These advertisements might be displayed just before or during the game, or even wherever you go on the web. Thus, in order to get access to a library of free casual games, you will have to put up with a lot of annoying content. Is it worth it? We do not think so, and thus advise you not to have any doubts whether you should delete this program or keep it on your computer. Read this article to learn why you do not need CrushArcade.CrushArcade Removal GuideCrushArcade screenshot
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The problem with the commercial content CrushArcade serves is that the endorsed links might be related to malicious websites. Legally, this potentially unwanted program is not liable for the content it sends to your computer screen. If you read the official documentation (End User License or Privacy Policy), you will notice that by accepting the installation of this program you also accept responsibility for your interaction with the third-party content this program displays. This means that CrushArcade can endorse anything, and by clicking on one of the links you might inadvertently infect your machine with Trojans, rogue software, or other malware. You will be so much more relieved if you choose to remove CrushArcade; the possibility of putting your computer at risk would diminish almost to zero.

Even if you choose to ignore all the games the aforementioned site tempts you with, you might still install CrushArcade accidentally. Similarly to ArcadeGiant and ArcadeParlor, computer users choose to remove CrushArcade because it is known to spread in a company of malicious software. This means that you might run into this potentially unwanted program on the unreliable sites that distribute freeware or shareware. In order to prevent cases in which you install unwanted software accidentally, try to choose only the most reliable software distribution channels; also, be vigilant during the whole installation process.

If you want to secure you computer and avoid any security issues, you need to delete CrushArcade, as well as the additional applications it might have landed on your machine with. Install a reputable antimalware program which would shield you system against Internet-based threats and remove them automatically if they are lucky enough to reach your computer. Bear in mind that having the reliable software will save you time and money.

Remove Crush Arcade

From Windows 8 & 8.1

  1. Open the Charm bar.
  2. Click on Settings (the cog icon).
  3. Select Control Panel.
  4. Under View by, select Small Icons, and then click Programs and Features.
  5. Select CrushArcade in the program list.
  6. Click Uninstall/Change.

From Windows 7 & Vista

  1. Click on the Start button to open the Start menu and go to Control Panel.
  2. Under View by, select Small Icons and{This was a comma splice. W.G.#25} choose Programs and Features.
  3. Select CrushArcade in the program list.
  4. Click Uninstall/Change.

From Windows XP

  1. Click on the Start button to open the Start menu and go to Control Panel.
  2. Switch to Category View on the left, and then click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Select CrushArcade in the program list.
  4. Click Remove to delete CrushArcade from your operating system.

In non-techie terms:

CrushArcade is a potentially unwanted program that might display commercial content that is not always reliable. The endorsed links might redirect you to unsafe sites that contain infectious content. In order to prevent your computer from the harm that might result from keeping CrushArcade on your system, remove this program and equip your computer with reliable security software.

  • Demond

    Doesn't work on Laptop

  • Richard Canipe

    I couldn't get it off my computer because it's not in the programs list!

  • Mark Monroe

    This is a hacker's trick. they want you to give them access so they are setting up sites telling you how to get rid of it when they are really giving you instructions on how to let them into your computer

  • Zach

    One problem, I cant find the file to delete it but the ads still pop up

  • Mak

    Do you have some help for a Mac user?