MyBrowser Removal Guide

Do you know what MyBrowser is?

MyBrowser is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that can be introduced as CrossBrowser. We identify it as potentially unwanted because it is not that helpful, and the search tool associated with it could expose you to unreliable content. Our research team has tested this PUP in our internal lab, and it was found that it is identical to BoBrowser and, unsurprisingly, CrossBrowser. All of these browsers were built using the Chromium engine, and some of them were found to replace Google Chrome browsers. It is possible that MyBrowser will be set as the default search provider, and the shortcut to Chrome will be removed. Hopefully, this is not what you will need to experience. If you are trying to delete MyBrowser, or you need more information about it, please continue reading.

The MyBrowser Authors might be represented as the creator of MyBrowser. It is very likely that this company – or at least the name it goes by – is fictitious. If that was proven to be the case, we would immediately list this company as unreliable. Of course, the fact that the suspicious potentially unwanted program is not represented in an official manner suggests that it is unpredictable. For all you know, it could be controlled by schemers, and it could be set up to spy on you and expose you to misleading advertising. If you do not remove MyBrowser, it is very likely that you will encounter suspicious ads because is likely to be set as the default homepage. This search provider shows sponsored links where you should see search results. On top of that, it displays banner advertisements routing to third-party sites. Although the ads shown to you could be harmless, we suggest avoiding all risks by removing MyBrowser together with Removal GuideMyBrowser screenshot
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Have you found advertisement-supported software after installing MyBrowser? It is known that this PUP can be packaged with adware created using the Crossrider engine. Our research team has found that the Crossrider-related ad-supported program that could come along with the PUP is most likely to have the same name. However, in that case, the uninstaller is likely to have a version number. Needless to say, we recommend removing MyBrowser adware because it might inject ads served via unreliable adware servers. If you cannot delete unreliable programs from your operating system manually (see the guide below) we recommend installing an automated malware removal tool.

Remove MyBrowser from Windows

Remove from Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista

  1. Launch RUN by tapping the Win+R keys on your keyboard.
  2. Enter Control Panel into the dialog box and click OK.
  3. Navigate to Programs (or Programs and Features) and click Uninstall a program.
  4. Right-click the app you wish to delete and select Uninstall.

Remove from Windows XP

  1. Click the Start icon on the left of the Taskbar.
  2. Select Control Panel to open a menu and double-click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Move to the Change or Remove Programs menu and Remove MyBrowser.

In non-techie terms:

If you installed MyBrowser thinking that it will help you browse the web in a more convent or efficient manner, you have been fooled. This browser is recognized as a potentially unwanted program that was created to show advertisements whenever you browse the web. The guide above shows how to uninstall the undesirable programs from your operating system. We are hopeful that this will be enough to remove MyBrowser (both PUP and adware). Regardless, it is crucial that you inspect your operating system to see if you need to delete leftovers. If you do not have the time or experience to find all leftovers yourself, you can use a malware scanner. If you want to kill two birds with one stone, install an authentic security tool that will do both, detect malware and remove it.