Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is a search engine that is mostly used by computer users in India. There is nothing malicious about this domain, although it might take you by surprise if it gets set as your default search engine when you install some other application.

So in a sense, you have to options here. You can either remove from your browser or keep it. As mentioned, the search engine is not malicious, but if you did not want to change your default settings, it would be for the best to restore them. While you are at it, you should also consider scanning your computer with a security tool.

There are many third-party search engines out there that may look like an upgrade to your current search engine. Perhaps the main issue with is that this domain does not offer you an original search service. Instead of processing your queries through its own server, the search engine redirects you to the Google search engine. So it means that the domain outsources its services, and you receive the Google search results via a third party. The question is whether you really need a medium in between when you look for something online.

Let’s also look at the ways this search engine could be added to your browser. Of course, you can easily add it yourself if you want to change your default search engine. However, we are sure that there are cases when such browser modifications are performed accidentally. Perhaps you have downloaded some freeware application recently, or maybe you clicked a random pop-up that modified your browser’s settings. There are many ways for freeware apps to reach you, and you have to be aware of that. We will cover two of the methods that allow and similar programs to be installed on your computer.

First, there is the software package method. It refers to bundled downloads when users download one installer file, and that installer file carries several applications. Users are not aware of that (most of the time) because they wanted to have just one application. It is possible to download software packages when you get programs from file-sharing websites, as opposed to their official sources. It is also possible to avoid adding new programs and features to your computer because installation wizards often inform about every single feature that is about to be installed. So you need to be attentive when you click through the installation steps.

Another way to add new features to your browser accidentally involves pop-ups. Usually, those are pop-up windows that appear on your screen when you access websites that support third-party advertising. For instance, if you visit online gaming websites, video streaming pages, or file-sharing sites, do not be surprised if you will be greeted by countless pop-ups. Some of those pop-up ads may automatically offer to modify your browser’s settings. They could be intrusive and block you from closing the window unless you add a new feature, but you can always end your browser’s process via Task Manager. So there is no need to panic when you encounter something like that.

Can cause any trouble? Not necessarily, but it depends on what tools the search engine may use to customize your searching experience. It is possible that the search engine employs tracking cookies to collect information on your web browsing history. This information can be used to customize your online experience, but if the search engine is exploited by malevolent third parties, then you could find yourself on dangerous web pages, interacting with potentially harmful content.

We are not trying to say that is a dangerous program or anything. It is up to you whether you want to keep this search engine or not. However, you have to keep all the potential threats in mind because third-party search engines might be exploited by cyber criminals sooner or later.

To avoid that, you can reset your browser settings to default by following the instructions below. Also, if you want to check whether your system is clean or not, you can scan your computer with the SpyHunter free scanner. Should any unwanted programs be found, make sure to remove them, too.

How to Reset My Browser

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+T and click Internet options.
  2. Open the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  3. Select Delete personal settings and press Reset.
  4. Click Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Alt+H and click Troubleshooting information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox at the top right of the new tab.
  3. Press Refresh Firefox again and click Finish.


  1. Press Alt+F and go to Settings.
  2. Click Advanced at the bottom of the page.
  3. Scroll down and press Reset settings.
  4. Click Reset on the confirmation box.

In non-techie terms: is not a dangerous computer infection. It is a search engine that might be set as your default search provider by some application. You can choose whether you want to keep it or not. Our research team recommends removing from your browser if you did not initiate the installation. If that is the case, you should also check for other unwanted programs as you might have installed quite a few via a software bundle. Please do everything to keep your personal information and your computer safe.