Tidenous.com Removal Guide

Do you know what Tidenous.com is?

Tidenous.com might show a pop-up message that may advise users to download a tool that is advertised as a Windows utility. However, our computer security specialists say that the website’s offered tool called OneSafe PC Cleaner was not created by Microsoft. Truth be told, the application is a potentially unwanted program, which means its behavior could be irritating. Therefore, the website’s pop-up message was classified as a fake alert. If you want to know more about the website and its message that promotes a potentially unwanted program, we invite you to read our full report. Our removal guide available at the end of the article can tell you how to remove Tidenous.com notification without interacting with it or your browser.

If you want to avoid websites similar to Tidenous.com, you have to know what could lead you to them. Often users experience redirection to such sites when they interact with unreliable pop-ups, advertisements, or links. Thus, it is not a good idea to click on the listed content if you are not completely sure that it is safe to do so. Also, redirection to websites showing fake alerts can happen if you visit unreliable websites, for example, P2P file-sharing web pages. Consequently, researchers advise going to web pages only if you are entirely sure that they are legit and can be trusted. Additionally, users should make sure that their browsers are always up to date so that they could warn them about doubtful websites. Having a reliable antimalware tool is also useful and can help you if you ever come across potentially dangerous websites, pop-ups, or ads.Tidenous.com Removal GuideTidenous.com screenshot
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What happens if you land on Tidenous.com? Our computer security specialists say that the website might show you a fake alert. The alert that we saw announced that we should clean up Windows because there could be lots of junk files that might have built up overtime. The alert’s offered solution was to install an application named OneSafe PC Cleaner. We looked it up and it appears that the fake alert’s promoted tool is a potentially unwanted program and not the “all-in-one Windows utility” like it claims. In other words, OneSafe PC Cleaner is a third-party application. Tidenous.com alert probably said that it is a Windows tool just to convince users to download it. Naturally, we do not think it is a good idea to listen to what a fake alert says. If there are junk data on your system that needs to be removed, Windows will notify you about it and help you delete it without asking to install any third-party tools.

All things consider, we advise leaving Tidenous.com if you land on this website as fast as possible. Interacting with fake alerts could be risky and sometimes it is difficult to close the websites showing them. Therefore, we recommend eliminating Tidenous.com pop-up by closing your browser via the Task Manager. If you do not know how to do this, you should have a look at the removal guide below that shows how to close your browser via Task Manager step by step. If you need more help or have some questions about the fake alert, we invite you to use our comments section.

Get rid of Tidenous.com

  1. Click Ctrl+Alt+Delete.
  2. Click Task Manager to open it.
  3. Check the Processes tab and find your browser’s process.
  4. Select your browser’s process and press the End Task button.
  5. Exit Task Manager.
  6. Do not restore any tabs when you launch your browser again.

In non-techie terms:

Tidenous.com might show fake alerts, which is why we advise not to let your guard down if you end up visiting it. For instance. Our computer security specialists received a fake alert that tried to convince them to install a potentially unwanted program called OneSafe PC Cleaner. According to the fake alert, this application is a Windows utility that can clean system junk files that might have built up over the years. While we cannot comment on whether it can or cannot clean disk space and remove operating system’s junk data, we can tell you that the tool does not belong to Microsoft. Naturally, if you do not want to have third-party tools offered by fake alerts on your computer, we advise ignoring the fake alert. Also, we recommend closing Tidenous.com by exiting your browser. If you follow the removal guide available below you can learn how to do so via the Task Manager.