nJoyFilm Now Removal Guide

Do you know what nJoyFilm Now is?

From what we have discovered it does not look like nJoyFilm Now could enhance user’s browsing or provide him with any new useful tools. On the contrary, the extension appears to be just another potentially unwanted program that may change user’s browser’s preferences and introduce him to a questionable search engine. As a consequence, the user could encounter suspicious third-party advertising content leading to scam web pages, unreliable file-sharing sites, etc. Thus, for users who would not wish to endanger their computers accidentally, we recommend picking a more trustworthy search engine. To change the potentially unwanted program’s replaced homepage, you should erase nJoyFilm Now and should you decide to do so you can use the removal guide available at the end of this page. As for more information about the application’s working manner and its distribution, we encourage you to review the rest of this report.

One can download nJoyFilm Now from njoyapps.com and chrome.google.com/webstore. However, besides these web pages, it is entirely possible the potentially unwanted program might also be distributed via pop-up ads that could be shown by some browser hijacker, an adware application, or other suspicious program hiding on the system. Under such circumstances, we would recommend checking the system with a reliable antimalware tool. If you do not have such a tool yet, keep it in mind, it may help you avoid similar questionable applications or various harmful threats in the future; thus, it might be worth to consider acquiring it. There are other ways to keep the system clean too, for example, the user could stay away from web pages distributing potentially malicious software, pay more attention to the installation process, avoid clicking suspicious ads, and so on.

After the user installs nJoyFilm Now, the potentially unwanted program should change his homepage or even the new tab page with a particular search engine. According to our computer security specialists, it might be a custom version of Yahoo or Google search engines. Therefore, the results it may display could be injected with questionable third-party advertisements. For instance, the ads might redirect the user to sites created for stealing user’s personal data, distributing malicious applications like Trojans or viruses, and so on. Provided, you do not want to risk coming across such content we advise you to consider removing this potentially unwanted program before anything goes wrong. There are e two ways to get rid of nJoyFilm Now, and if you read the next paragraph, we will explain them to you in more detail.nJoyFilm Now Removal GuidenJoyFilm Now screenshot
Scroll down for full removal instructions

First of all, more experienced users could try to locate all data belonging to the potentially unwanted program or modified by it and erase it manually. Since nJoyFilm Now may create quite a few new folders, the task might require a bit patience, and it could appear to be a bit complicated. Nonetheless, if you would like to try eliminating the extension manually, you could follow the removal guide available a bit below. The other option would be to download a reliable antimalware tool you trust, install it on the computer, then run a full system scan, and eventually click the provided deletion button.

Erase nJoyFilm Now

  1. Press Windows Key+E.
  2. Navigate to listed locations one at a time:
    %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions
    %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Sync Extension Settings
    %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\{Profile.*}\Extensions
    %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Sync Extension Settings
    %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\{Profile.*}\Extensions
    %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions
  3. Search for folders called dbhfbimbjodonhnpmcapamnilmpbfkbn.
  4. Right-click these folders and select Delete.
  5. Go to the listed paths:
    %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Local Storage
    %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Local Storage
  6. Search for files called:
    chrome-extension_ dbhfbimbjodonhnpmcapamnilmpbfkbn_0.localstorage-journal
    chrome-extension_ dbhfbimbjodonhnpmcapamnilmpbfkbn_0.localstorage
  7. Right-click the listed files and press Delete.
  8. Navigate to: %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
  9. Look for files named Preferences and Secure Preferences.
  10. Right-click them one by one and press Delete.
  11. Exit File Explorer.
  12. Empty Recycle bin.

In non-techie terms:

nJoyFilm Now is a potentially unwanted program that could replace your browser’s homepage and encourage you to surf the Internet through a questionable search engine. Our computer security specialists do not recommend doing so because together with the results the application could add untrustworthy third-party advertising content. Apparently, it could be that some of it might come from possibly dangerous web pages and accordingly users who click them may endanger the system, reveal their sensitive data, and so on. Naturally, to avoid such trouble, it would be wiser to delete the potentially unwanted program, and if you choose not to take any chances with it too, you should use the removal guide available a bit above this text or a reputable antimalware tool of your choice.