What is is search provider which is often treated as a browser hijacker. Our malware experts have discovered that the program does not have malicious intentions or capabilities to perform illegal browser modifications. Then why do Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer users often mistreat this application? My guess is that they probably do not know how to remove related search tools from their browsers. Of course, many users may choose to keep using the search applications. Even though they are not malicious, you can never be sure where a provided search link could route you to. This is why having automatic spyware detection and removal software installed onto the PC is absolutely necessary. Do you know how to remove related tools? Continue reading to find out.test

How does act? is an authentic search engine which provides top search results from Google, Yahoo, Bing and Yandex search engines. Of course, some of the provided links represent advertisements, and our researchers do not recommend clicking on these. Note that the ads are located on the right of the search results. Clicking on suspicious links could enable completely different Privacy Policies, meaning that you could face malignant activity and virtual scams even if the search provider has nothing to do with it. This is a serious security vulnerability, and only authentic, up-to-date security tools will be able to fix it.

What about search tool? The website offers you to install a plugin which is available for the Firefox, IE and Chrome browsers. Internet Explorers will be asked to make this search tool a default search provider, Firefox users will be asked to add the plugin to the search bar and Chrome users will be asked to edit search engine settings. Once you download the program and restart your browsers, you will be enabled to browse the web through this tool. Of course, you may choose to delete it.

How to remove

You can remove the undesirable search plugin from your browsers manually. The task is not complicated and both inexperienced and expert Windows users will be able to deal with it quickly. Note that some Chrome users have discovered a suspicious browser extension alongside the search tool, which is why you may want to go to Extensions, click the presented recycle bin icon and remove the unwanted add-on. If this step raises further questions to you – post a comment below.

 Delete from Mozilla Firefox:

  • Open the browser and navigate to the search box in the top-right corner.
  • Click the icon and select Manage Search Engines.
  • Select the undesirable provider and click the Remove button. Hit OK.

 Delete from Google Chrome:

  • Launch Chrome and simultaneously tap Alt+F.
  • Select Settings and go to Search.
  • Click Manage search engines, find the unwanted provider and click the X mark. Click OK.

 Delete from Internet Explorer:

  • Simultaneously tap Alt+T and click Manage Add-ons.
  • Select Search Providers and locate the click the undesirable provider.
  • Remove it and click Close.

If you are determined to continue using the search tool, or you are running any other search tools for that matter, you should install authentic security software to help you ensure that the PC is guarded against schemers at all times. If you do not want your own virtual activity to put your virtual security in danger, the installation of automatic spyware detection and removal software is required.

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