Removal Guide

Do you know what is?

The suspicious search engine is closely related to the Delta Search Toolbar. If you download the truly questionable extension on your Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers there is a great chance that you fill find undesired home page and search provider changes. Any illicit, unauthorized and unnoted browser settings modifications are considered to be illegal and in this case getting removed is exactly what you should work towards.

Are you 100% sure that has been installed onto your browsers illegally? Many Windows users believe that browser hijackers have corrupted their systems after discovering unfamiliar plugins installed. The truth is that in many cases computer users are offered these changes and you can refuse them during the installation of a certain program. Note that if you do not pay close attention to the information presented via the installation setups you could be completely unaware of any additional offers, especially since some programs are presented in small print. is not the most unreliable search engine; however, it may present supported advertisements, and it would be best not to click on those. Sponsored search results or advertisements which may show up belong to third parties and you may be unaware of their intentions. As it has been researched, schemers can use this security vulnerability to trick you into clicking on links routing you to sites harboring malware or supporting virtual scams. If you do not want to be a victim of schemers you should delete any programs which may put you at this risk.

To delete you have to perform two steps. Firstly install an automatic malware detection and removal tool to delete any unreliable software and to enable system’s protection. Then move on to the manual removal instructions below which will help you change the undesirable home page and default search provider settings.


Delete from Internet Explorer:

  1. Open the browser, simultaneously tap Alt+T and select Manage Add-ons.
  2. Go to the menu on the left and click Search Providers.
  3. Add a new search provider and Remove the unreliable one. Click Close.
  4. Tap Alt+T again and select Internet Options.
  5. Click the General tab, change/remove the Home Page and click OK.

Delete from Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser, simultaneously tap Alt+F and click Settings.
  2. Go to On Startup, select Open a specific page or set of pages and click Set pages.
  3. Change/remove the displayed URL and click OK.
  4. Go to Appearance, mark Show Home button, click Change and repeat step 3.
  5. Under Search click Manage search engines.
  6. Click X on the URL of an undesirable search provider and click Done.

Delete from Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser, simultaneously tap Alt+T and select Options.
  2. Click the General tab, change/remove the Home Page and click OK.
  3. Locate the search box on the right and click the search provider icon.
  4. Click Manage Search Engines.
  5. Now Remove the undesirable search provider and click OK.

In non-techie terms:

You may want to delete from the operating system and affected browsers if you are unfamiliar with this search tool and it has been dropped onto the computer accidentally bundled with other software. To remove the undesirable search tool from the browsers follow the manual removal instructions. Afterwards be sure to install automatic malware detection and removal software to ensure that your PC is fully protected.

Aliases: My-Online-Search.