Go.next-search.net Removal Guide

Do you know what Go.next-search.net is?

Go.next-search.net is a search engine that comes bundled with malicious and potentially unwanted programs. Our recommendation is that you remove this search engine from your browser, because it is apt to display unreliable search results, among other things. We will discuss this search engine in more detail throughout this article. This article also contains instructions on how you can remove this search engine. So if you have Go.next-search.net on your computer and you want to get rid of it, please continue reading.

Have you ever heard of ClientConnect Ltd.? If not, then you should be aware that this company is in the business of producing various potentially unwanted programs that are semi-functional or utterly useless. The company is responsible for developing a PUP, called Search Protect, which is an application designed to protect certain applications from being unchanged by other applications. This application is significant, since it mostly comes bundled with Go.next-search.net. So if you have this application, chances are that you have the aforementioned search engine as well.Go.next-search.net Removal GuideGo.next-search.net screenshot
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But that is not all. Research has shown that the search engine may also appear on your computer if you install other potentially unwanted programs, such as MyPC Backup, One System Care, and various others. It is recommended that you also remove the previously mentioned PUP’s, but since they do not pose any threat to your computer you can leave them if you want to.

It is also worth mentioning that Go.next-search.net is a clone of Trovi.com and Trovigo.com. In the case of Trovi.com, it is advertised as a search engine that will greatly enhance your browsing experience, and will offer you the best search results from across the web. The same is claimed by Go.next-search.net. However, it is unreasonable to state that these kinds of search engines are on par with industry heavyweights, such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing. Speaking of which, this search engine is actually dependent on other search engines.

For the time being, the search engine is known to redirect searches to Us.yhs4.search.yahoo.com. So there is no reason why you should not remove Go.next-search.net, given the fact that it relays on other search engines to perform its searches. The main website of this search engine also contains third-party advertisements that are unreliable and deceiving, because some of the ads claim that your PC is at risk when in reality it might be doing just fine. In addition, this search engine is the fact that upon installation, it automatically changed the search engine without the user’s consent, which is probably the main reason why you should want to remove it.

In conclusion, Go.next-search.net is a useless search engine that comes bundled with potentially unwanted programs. Upon installation it changes the default search engine without you having a say in the matter. The main website Go.next-search.net, displays third-party advertisements that are unreliable. So there is no reason to keep this search engine, and therefore, we encourage user’s that they remove it.

How to remove Go.next-search.net from your browser

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Simultaneously tap Alt+T and select Options.
  2. Select General options.
  3. Change the homepage or click Restore to Default.
  4. Simultaneously tap Ctrl+Shift+A and select Extensions.
  5. Find and remove all Go.next-search.net-related extensions.
  6. Click the search engine icon and select a new search provider.

Microsoft Internet Explorer

  1. Simultaneously tap Alt+T and select Internet Options.
  2. Open the General tab and change the homepage and Click OK.
  3. Simultaneously tap Alt+T again and select Manage Add-ons.
  4. Find and remove all Go.next-search.net-related extensions.
  5. Set a new search provider in the Search Providers tab.

Google Chrome

  1. Simultaneously tap Alt+F and select More Tools.
  2. Click Extensions, Find and remove all Go.next-search.net-related extensions.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. In the On startup section, select Set pages.
  5. Change the homepage.
  6. Under Search section, click Manage search engines.
  7. Select a new search provider.

In non-techie terms:

Go.next-search.net is a search engine that will change your default homepage to its own without your approval. It comes bundled with various potently unwanted programs, namely Search Protect. Its main website displays numerous third-party advertisements at are unreliable at best. We recommend that you remove this search engine, because it uses Yahoo search results as its own, so there is no reason to keep Go.next-search.net whatsoever.