Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is an irritating search engine that specialists tend to classify as a browser hijacker for its ability to appear on all the browsers, including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox without their consent. could have been set on browsers if you have installed a software bundle on your computer or you might have agreed with the changes yourself by installing a particular application, e.g. toolbar on your system. Many users do not rush to remove from their browsers because they do not even think that there is something wrong to use this search tool since it looks like a trustworthy search engine. Believe us; even though does not differ much from other reliable search engines the way it looks, it cannot be said that it is very safe to use it because this search engine might quickly expose to potential threats. Let us provide more information about that further in this Removal screenshot
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It has been found that is based on the Google search engine, so many users think that it should be reliable and work as it should; however, it is not exactly true. Our specialists have revealed that, despite the fact that it shows Google search results, might provide users with the commercial content. All these ads are inserted among the trustworthy search results, so it is not that easy to say which of them are trustworthy and which should be completely ignored. To be frank, it might be really dangerous to click on those search results that are shown to you for the purpose of advertising only because you might end up on an unreliable website with an infectious content. What is more, it has been noticed that might offer you to download files. We do not recommend doing that because nobody knows whether these programs can be fully trusted.

You should be very careful with not only because of those possible redirections to third-party websites, but also because it gathers information about users. It says that it is only interested in the non-personally identifiable information; however, nobody knows how those websites it keeps redirecting users to act. Of course, nobody will take the responsibility if an untrustworthy third-party website causes harm to your system. Therefore, to reduce the possibility of experiencing security-related issues, you should get rid of right now and then start using another trustworthy search tool.

You might notice another questionable search tool set on your browsers again in the future if you do not do anything to protect your computer from dangers. According to specialists, it is not that easy to prevent all those changes from being applied because users are often informed about them in small letters only. Do not worry, there is one thing you can surely do – you should install a trustworthy antimalware tool on your computer and keep it enabled. Of course, we cannot say that it is not important to be careful yourself as well. Our security specialists suggest that you always read all the information provided for you in order to be able to decline the installation of unknown software. On top of that, everybody should download applications from reliable websites, and only if they know that the application is fully reliable. should leave your Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox browsers alone if you reset those browsers to their default settings. Instructions you will find below can help you to get rid of this computer infection, but if you do not find them very helpful, you should delete in an automatic way. To remove this undesirable search tool from all the browsers automatically, you should scan your computer with SpyHunter. We can assure you that this search tool will take care of all kinds of infections it finds hiding on your computer.

How to remove

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch your browser.
  2. Open the Help menu and then click Troubleshooting information.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox.
  4. Click on the Refresh Firefox button once again.

Google Chrome

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Tap Alt+F and then select Settings from the menu.
  3. Scroll down to find Show advanced settings.
  4. Click on it.
  5. Select Reset settings.
  6. Click Reset.

Internet Explorer

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Tap Alt+T.
  3. Open Internet Options and click on the Advanced tab.
  4. Click Reset.
  5. Mark the Delete personal settings box.
  6. Click on the Reset button.

In non-techie terms:

It is not enough to remove from browsers if you want to clean your system. What else you should do is to scan the system with a reliable scanner because your PC might contain other infections. Of course, you do not need to perform the system scan again if you have erased automatically because those other threats have been already removed from your system as well.