Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is an application that hijacks your homepage and displays third-party content. If you do not like taking chances, we would advise you to remove it from your system. This search engine is a clone of, and so it is also considered to be a browser hijacker. There is no doubt that the third-party content shown by this search engine could be harmful to your computer. To be precise, it could lead you to websites with malware or other questionable programs. Therefore, it would be safer to use a different search engine. If you want to restore your original homepage, you will have to change some browser settings and delete particular folders created by Of course, all the process will be explained in the removal Removal screenshot
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After the application is installed, it will modify your homepage by replacing it with its own website. These changes should appear in the Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome browsers. Another problem with this search engine is that it shows modified search results. Meaning, it might include some sponsored links or commercial ads in them. Although we cannot check the End User License Agreement or Site’s Privacy Policy, we believe that a third party provides these ads. Such content is always thought to be suspicious or even harmful in some cases because the sites are of unknown source. It means that they could belong to someone who develops and publishes malicious software, such as viruses, worms, etc. Likewise, it could show you websites that offer to download potentially unwanted programs, adware, or other browser hijackers.

Also, it is not advisable to use applications that do not allow you to review their Privacy Policy. It is important to learn what data would be collected from you before you install any application or use some website. Otherwise, without realizing it, you could reveal your sensitive information, e.g. details of your banking account, email address, your name, and so on. If such information would fall into cyber criminals’ hands, it could be used to extort money from you or for other malicious purposes.

However, it could be that you installed this browser hijacker by accident. After testing this application, we found that it could be spread with bundled software. To put it simpler, the browser hijacker could be traveling in another program’s installer. Usually, you can see it as a suggestion when you begin the software installation. This means that you can easily deselect it and install only the main program. Although many users do not read any terms given in setup wizard as they want to finish the process as soon as possible, so they do not notice these suggestions.

All in all, this application does not look reliable, and it might be better to remove it from your system. If you wish to delete it manually, you should take a look at the instructions below. For starters, you will have to find the browser hijacker’s folders in the given locations and erase them. Then, you should remove from the affected browsers. The instructions for manual deletion might look quite complicated if you do not have much experience in such matters, but you could also delete the browser hijacker with a security tool. Once you install antimalware software, give it some time to scan your system and find files associated with the application. Eventually, you will be able to delete this hijacker with one mouse click.

Delete from your system

  1. Open the Explorer.
  2. Insert listed directories separately: %APPDATA%; %PROGRAMFILES%; %PROGRAMFILES(x86)%
  3. Find folders.
  4. Right-click them separately and select Delete.

Remove from browsers

Internet Explorer

  1. Launch the RUN (Win+R).
  2. Type regedit and press Enter.
  3. Navigate to: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main
  4. Find Value Name Start Page on the right side of Windows Registry.
  5. Right-click the Start Page and click Modify.
  6. Change Value Data with a website of your choice and press OK.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Go to: C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\{Unique Mozilla user ID}
  2. Find Prefs.js file and open it as a Notepad document.
  3. Locate and delete this line: user_pref("browser.startup.homepage", "").
  4. Press Ctrl+S and close the Notepad.

Google Chrome

  1. Go to the following path: C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
  2. Locate files titled as: Preferences, Secure Preferences, and Web Data.
  3. Right-click each of it separately and select Delete option.

In non-techie terms: comes from unknown developers, and it displays third-party content that could be dangerous to your computer. Also, there is no guarantee that the website will not collect your private information. It seems to us that with such risks it is not worth to keep this application as it can be easily replaced by any other site that is trustworthy. If you decide to get rid of this browser hijacker, you can do it either manually with the instructions provided below or automatically with a legitimate security tool.