Do you know what Search.iMesh.net is?
The home page of your browsers may be switched to Search.iMesh.net once you download the iMesh Toolbar or acquire the program alongside bundled downloads. Even though some Windows security experts recognize the application as a browser hijacker, the toolbar is not malicious. Do you think the program has corrupted your personal computer? The changes within your browser are initiated when you install the program; however, you are offered a choice to keep your Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers running without any modifications as well. Despite this, you may want to delete Search.iMesh.net, especially if you have not downloaded the application yourself. Do you want to perform the removal manually? Continue reading to find out how you can do it.
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Many browser add-ons and websites use tracking cookies to find out what website you visit and what your virtual preferences are. Unfortunately, web cookies can also store your passwords and usernames. Needless to say, these cookies are targeted by cyber crooks and therefore are vulnerable, which is why you should limit their activity. In fact, if you do not use iMesh products, it would be best to delete it and have Search.iMesh.net removed as well. Automatic removal tools will not help you in this situation because the application is not considered malicious; however, you can delete it using the manual removal instructions provided below. Of course, if you suspect malware running on the PC, you should scan the operating system with a reliable malware scanner or, better yet, install authentic security software.
Manual iMesh Removal Instructions from the browsers
- Simultaneously tap Alt+H and select Troubleshooting Information.
- Click Reset Firefox and confirm the selection.
- Wait for the new data to be imported and click Finish.
- Simultaneously tap Alt+F, select Tools and click Extensions.
- Locate the iMesh related extensions, click on the trash icon and click Remove.
- Move the cursor to the menu on the left and click Settings.
- Under On Startup mark Open a specific page and click Set pages.
- Remove search.imesh.net or overwrite it and click OK.
- Under Appearance mark Show Home button and click Change.
- Repeat step 5 to change the home page.
- Finally go to Search and click Manage search engines.
- Move the cursor over the preferred search engine and click Make default.
- Move the cursor over search.imesh.net and click X to remove it from the list. Click OK.
- Simultaneously tap Alt+T and select Internet Options.
- Click on the General tab, remove the unwanted home page and click OK.
- Tap Alt+T once again and select Manage Add-ons.
- Click on Toolbars and Extensions from the menu on the left.
- Select the unwanted add-on and click Disable.
- Now select Search Providers from the menu on the left.
- Click once on the undesirable search provider and click Remove.
Delete iMesh from the computer
- Start -> Control Panel -> Add or Remove Programs.
- Select the unwanted program (including the Search-Results Toolbar) and click Remove.
Windows Vista and Windows 7:
- Start -> Control Panel -> Uninstall a program.
- Right-click the unwanted program and click Uninstall to delete it.
- Right-click on the Metro UI start screen.
- All apps -> Control Panel -> Uninstall a program.
- Double-click the application you wish to remove and click Uninstall.
In non-techie terms:
Search.iMesh.net is a website which is linked to iMesh browser toolbar. The website is not considered malicious; however, if you do not want your online sessions tracked by its web cookies, you should remove Search.iMesh.net related programs without further hesitation. Use the manual removal instructions to delete the toolbar and reconfigure browser settings.