Removal Guide

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You might have set as your New Tab page and default search provider on Google Chrome by accident. This could have happened if you executed a software bundle introduced via a suspicious website. If you got what you wanted initially – for example, a file converter or a streaming tool – you might choose to ignore the search tool and the extension (My Super Tab) that represents it. That is not a good idea. What you should do instead is install a legitimate malware scanner and use it to inspect your operating system. Hopefully, nothing else besides the PUP is found, and you can figure out what you want to do about it. If you are not sure why we classify the extension as a PUP (potentially unwanted program), continue reading. You will also find a guide that explains why and how to delete

Since My Super Tab is a Google Chrome extension, it is no wonder that it is represented at the Chrome web store ( The description found next to the installer indicates that can change the browser’s background image and also show shortcuts to the “most-visited” websites. This might sound like a great addition to the browser, but essentially, the extension is just a glorified bookmarker. If you want to have easy-access to all of your favorite websites, all you have to do is visit these websites one by one and hit Ctrl+D keys on the keyboard to bookmark them. Also hit Ctrl+Shift+B keys to show the bookmarks bar. Wouldn’t you lose a beneficial search tool if you removed, which the PUP set as the default search provider? Not really, because it redirects all searches to Google Search, and if you want to, you can set as your default provider separately from the Removal screenshot
Scroll down for full removal instructions ltd is introduced as the developer of and My Super Tab. If you install the extension and the search tool, the company gets the permission to record your browsing history, change the New Tab page and search settings, manage other apps and extensions, discover your geo-location, and also display notifications. That is a lot for a tool that is meant to offer access to your favorite websites. That is why it is classified as a potentially unwanted program. So, even if you do not mind being redirected to Google Search via, you need to think if you are comfortable with a PUP tracking your every move online. If you are not, we suggest removing

We have a simple little guide that shows how to remove from Google Chrome. All you really have to do is delete the extension, but we also recommend clearing browsing data because cookies could have been placed by the PUP to track and store some information about you, your browsing activities, and preferences. All of this can be done manually, but if you acquired the PUP along with other suspicious extensions, we recommend installing a trusted anti-malware tool. This tool can automatically erase all existing threats, and you would not need to deal with them separately. Furthermore, it can keep you guarded in the future, which is very important if you want to stay safe.

Delete from Google Chrome

  1. Launch the browser and enter chrome://extensions into the address bar.
  2. Identify the undesirable extension and click the Remove button next to it.
  3. Enter chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  4. Click the Advanced tab and choose the time range in which the PUP was installed.
  5. Select the boxes of data you want to clear and then click Clear data.

In non-techie terms: is a search tool that is set as the default search provider on Google Chrome after installing My Super Tab, a potentially unwanted program that is meant to offer easy-access links to favorite users’ websites via the New Tab on the browser. Besides the fact that the extension is not all that useful – considering that you can bookmark your favorite sites to access them quicker – it also is suspicious because it wants to access your geo-location, read browsing history, and also show notifications. These are the reasons we identify this add-on as a potentially unwanted program. Do you want to remove it? To remove, you have to get rid of the extension, and you can follow the guide above to learn how to do it. If other threats exist, of course, it is best if you implement anti-malware software that is equipped to identify and delete PUPs and malware automatically.