What is is one of those dubious search tools users can find set on their Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome browsers without their consent. If you already see it opening for you automatically too, we suggest that you remove it as soon as possible. Most probably, it has changed your homepage and default search tool, so it will be opened for you each time you launch your web browser until you go and erase it fully. Judging from the interface of, it is not a harmful search provider, but, as they say, never judge a book by its cover. This search tool is not as harmful as real malware for sure, but it is not exactly a trustworthy search provider either. The first sign showing that it is far from a decent search tool is the fact that it can change browsers’ settings without getting direct permission from users. Also, like some other untrustworthy search tools, it might present users with sponsored links. Luckily, it is not that hard to erase it from browsers, so we highly recommend that you delete it as soon as possible if do not like something about it, or it has changed your web browsers’ settings without your permission. You can find more information about its removal provided further in this article.test

What does do?

At the time of research, did not return any search results, so the chances are high that it will not show any search results to you either when you enter the search query in its search box. If you have already found it set on your browsers, but it does not work well, there is no point in keeping it there. Even if it is ever fixed and starts working as an ordinary search tool, you should be very careful with it because it might present you with sponsored links that, in the worst-case scenario, will take you to third-party pages against your will thus exposing you to potential threats. Furthermore, users who do not want to record information about them should remove it from their browsers too as soon as possible because its Privacy Policy document has revealed that it might automatically collect non-personally identifiable details like IP address and demographic information. If we believe the information provided in this document, it will not record any personal information (e.g., name, email address, etc.) about users and should not disclose any collected information to third parties. Although the non-personally identifiable information it records cannot tell much about you, we would still not let a dubious search provider collect it if we were you. You can stop the undesirable activities the search tool performs only by erasing it, so take action today if you do not like how it works.

Where does come from?

Bundling is a distribution method commonly used to spread undesirable software. If you have nothing to do with the appearance of on your web browsers, the chances are high that it has entered your system bundled too. Many users do not notice the information written in small letters when installing new free software downloaded from the web because they skip the installation steps too quickly. Most probably, you are one of these users too if you have discovered your browsers’ settings changed. We suspect that you are not going to stop downloading applications from the web, so we highly recommend that you install security software on your computer. It will not let another dubious search tool appear on your browsers without your direct permission ever again. You will not discover new undesirable software on your system too if you keep it enabled on your PC 24/7.

How to delete

You can remove from your affected browsers by resetting them to default settings. We understand that you might not even know where to start, so we have prepared the manual removal guide for you. If you are a less experienced user and still find it impossible to delete the undesirable search tool from your browsers manually, let an automated malware remover help you. In such a case, you will only need to scan your browsers with it once to remove the untrustworthy search tool from browsers. Next to, you will get all other active infections deleted from your system too.


Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Press Alt+F.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Click Advanced at the bottom.
  5. Click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press Alt+H.
  3. Click Troubleshooting information.
  4. Click Refresh Firefox at the top of the page.

Internet Explorer

  1. Launch your Internet Explorer.
  2. Go to its Tools menu (press Alt+T).
  3. Click Internet Options.
  4. Click Advanced.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. Enable Delete personal settings.
  7. Click Reset. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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