Removal Guide

Do you know what is? will be set after you initiate the installation of MyRadioXP. Many users do that consciously because the extension promises to enable them to listen to the radio freely and access popular web pages in a click of a button. Even though the publisher of MyRadioXP claims that this software is really beneficial and even says that it is the “must-have app for Radio Streaming,” you should still not install it on the system because you will immediately notice that your default search engine has been changed to Users do not think that it is anything wrong to use; however, in our opinion, much more reliable search tools exist and you should use any of them instead of

Users usually get the MyRadioXP extension from its official website or the Chrome Web Store; however, it is known that this extension might travel together with other programs too. In other words, it is distributed via software bundles. Researchers have found out that MyRadioXP extension and the search engine which it sets are very prevalent in the USA. Actually, this is probably not even surprising because the address provided in the EULA informs us that the company which developed MyRadioXP and is located in Portland, Oregon. This address allows us to make a conclusion that is also closely associated with,,, and because the address is placed in the EULA documents of these search engines Removal screenshot
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As you already know, will be set after you click on the Install button. The website itself looks useful. It will allow you to access Spotify, iHeart, Pandora, and check the weather forecast. You will also be allowed to search for the information on the web. Researchers say that your search results will be redirected from to, and then you will see Yahoo! search results. It is very likely that you will be presented with the modified search results. In other words, there might be sponsored links inserted among them. This is done in order to make you click on them. The developer of probably gets money for generating traffic to different web pages; however, this means that you might infect your system with malware too because nobody knows where you will be taken to. will not apply changes to browsers and provide you with unreliable search results, but might also show you notifications and install cookies to be able to collect information about you. We have found in the EULA that you will be able to control these cookies “through your Settings on your Browser Controls”. Most probably, records and stores information about your search activities and other browsing-related details. The collected information might be shared with the owners of third-party applications that are associated with MyRadioXP. You should definitely get rid of this search engine if your privacy is important for you.

As has already been mentioned, often enters systems in software bundles. Research has shown these users often download these bundles from third-party web pages and torrents. It is impossible to say exactly which programs travel together with, but we are sure that this search engine is not the only one. Therefore, you have to be really careful while surfing the web, download programs from reliable websites only, and install new applications very attentively.

Researchers say that it is not so easy to remove because it cannot be erased via Control Panel in all the cases. Unfortunately, the removal does not mean that your PC is clean. Therefore, you have to check your system and eliminate other threats too. If you cannot do that yourself, scan your system with an automatic malware remover. You can delete automatically too. As there are so many unreliable security applications, we want to recommend that you use the SpyHunter antimalware suite.

Get rid of

Delete from Internet Explorer

  1. Tap the Windows key + R.
  2. Enter regedit in the box.
  3. Follow the path HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main .
  4. Locate the Start Page Value and change data in it (delete and set another search engine).
  5. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SearchScopes\{0633EE93-D776-472f-A0FF-E1416B8B2E3A}.
  6. Find the following Values and delete data from them:
    • URL
    • TopResultsURL
    • FaviconURL
    • FaviconURLFallback
  7. If you use 32-bit Windows, go to HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall and delete {bf687086-5041-4973-8f91-8f256d26935b}.
  8. If you use 64-bit Windows, go to HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall and erase {bf687086-5041-4973-8f91-8f256d26935b}.

Delete from Google Chrome

  1. Open the File Explorer (Tap the Windows key + E).
  2. Enter C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions in the address bar.
  3. Tap Enter.
  4. Locate ijinnpmmaakgiepakhpjdbmmlnapkpmp and delete this folder.

Delete from Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the File Explorer (Tap the Windows key + E).
  2. Go to C:\Users\[your user name] \AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles .
  3. Find the folder with random letters and numbers, e.g. 41A66E7E5EE1 and double-click on it.
  4. Open Extensions.
  5. Delete the MyRadioXP@jetpack.xpi file.

In non-techie terms:

There are hundreds of other threats that might seem to be legitimate at first sight; however, the truth is that they are completely useless and only make many promises in order to lure users into downloading them. It is not so easy to recognize undesirable software and thus prevent it from entering. Therefore, we recommend installing a security tool.