Removal Guide

Do you know what is?

Are you immediately redirected to when you open your browser? If the answer is yes and you are reading this article because this website shows up for you every day, there are no doubts that a nasty browser hijacker promoting this page has slithered onto your computer already. Its symptoms are a new homepage set on all browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) and a modified New Tab page visible on Google Chrome. At first glance, might look like a trustworthy search tool. Unlike traditional search engines, it not only returns search results for users, but also allows users to access online games websites, e.g.,, and On top of that, there is a weather icon at the top of the page, so users can find out the weather forecast for their local area with the click of a button as well. All these features of are quite useful, but, unfortunately, they still do not make this page a reliable search provider. Generally speaking, its cons outweigh its pros. The following paragraphs of this article will provide more information about it. does not look dangerous at all and works quite well; however, there are still two reasons why users cannot leave it set on their browsers. First of all, it has been found by researchers that this search tool might be responsible for redirections to third-party websites that might be completely unreliable. It does not automatically redirect users there, but, instead, it displays advertisements/promotional links on the search results page together with trustworthy search results expecting that users will eventually click on them. When a user clicks on a commercial, a redirection to a promoted third-party website happens immediately. Most probably, has been developed just to increase a number of unique visitors to certain websites and thus generate revenue for its developer, so it would simply be too naive to expect the improved Internet browsing experience by keeping this search tool and using it as a default search provider. If you do not listen to us and do not do anything about its presence, serious security and privacy-related issues might emerge. The main problem of is not only these ads that can redirect to unreliable third-party websites. Researchers have no doubts after checking the Privacy Policy document of this search tool that it is also going to record personal details. It does not try to steal logins, passwords, banking credentials or other sensitive information, but it is going to record all search queries entered, meaning that provided personal information will be recorded as well. Third parties might receive this information too, as it is stated in the Privacy Removal screenshot
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According to specialists who have analyzed, users can allow this browser hijacker to change the settings of their browsers without realizing that. They usually click on malicious pop-up ads shown for them on untrustworthy websites. Also, they might allow a browser hijacker to enter their computers by downloading and installing free software. Threats tend to travel bundled with free applications so that nobody would spot them and they could enter computers uninterrupted. If you do not do anything to protect your PC, you might encounter again similar browser hijackers, or, which are all hosted on the same server as You will be safe only if you go to install security software.

Resetting browsers is one of the easiest ways to delete from browsers without an automatic security tool. Of course, less experienced users might still find this process complicated. In this case, they should let a reputable automatic malware remover to delete the unwanted search engine for them. An automatic scanner should also be used if a user wishes to erase all other malicious components from the system all at once.


Internet Explorer

  1. Open the Start menu and then click Control Panel to open it (press Win+X and select Control Panel if you use Windows 8/8.1/10).
  2. Open Uninstall a program (open Add or Remove Programs if Windows XP runs on the computer).
  3. Select the undesirable software responsible for the presence of
  4. Delete it by clicking the Remove or Uninstall button.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Press Alt+H on your keyboard to open the Help menu.
  3. Click on the Refresh Firefox button.
  4. Click on the same button in the dialog box.

Google Chrome

  1. Double-click on the shortcut of your browser to open it.
  2. Click on the button in the top-right corner to open the menu.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Scroll down.
  5. Select Show advanced settings to open the remaining menu.
  6. Click on the Reset settings button.
  7. Click Reset.

In non-techie terms: cannot be called a dangerous computer infection, but it is definitely not a trustworthy search tool. First, it settles in without permission and immediately changes all browsers’ settings. Then, if a user uses it as a default search tool, it displays ads and might even record important details. Unfortunately, getting rid of this dubious search tool might not be enough because other untrustworthy programs could have been installed together with it. Check your PC by scanning the computer with a reputable scanner.