My Email Signin

What is My Email Signin?

If you install the My Email Signin extension from, which is its homepage, or the Chrome Web Store, you will find the main settings of your Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome altered. It is impossible not to notice the altered settings of browsers because this piece of software changes homepages, default search tools, and New Tab URLs on them all. Specifically speaking, will be set on your browsers and, because of this, you will see it open for you each time you launch your web browser. Some users read the extension’s description before installing it, so they do not find these changes applied a huge surprise; however, a bunch of users do not know anything about them until they install this piece of software on their computers and open their web browsers for the first time. It goes without saying that users who do not know anything about the installation of My Email Signin are not happy about the modifications made either. Luckily, there is a quick way to fix everything – the page set will be gone when you delete My Email Signin. We believe its removal will not be very problematic because it is not one of these dangerous malicious applications.test

What does My Email Signin do?

My Email Signin promises to enable users to “search and access popular email quick links instantly.” We cannot say that it does not work as it says, but we do not think that it is very useful software. Once this piece of software affects users’ web browsers, it sets a new page ( that looks like an ordinary search provider. It is all it does. Yes, this website contains quick-access buttons that open Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, and Hotmail, but you do not need to have My Email Signin installed on your computer to be able to open these websites quicker. You can simply add them as your browsers’ bookmarks. We cannot say that you can use the search provider set freely either because research has clearly shown that it is not one of the legitimate search providers. We say so because it has been observed that some of the search results it displays to users when the search query is entered might be modified. These modified search results redirect users to third-party pages that do not necessarily contain information they are searching for on the web. Some of these pages might even contain untrustworthy applications, so our recommendation for you would be only one – to be very cautious if you decide to continue using the search tool set by My Email Signin on your web browsers. Of course, we do not recommend doing this.

What else you should know about is that it might record information about you if you keep it set and use it to perform web searches. You should read its Privacy Policy document for more information, but we just want to let you know that it can record both non-personally identifiable and personally-identifiable information. Of course, it will not access your passwords, banking credentials, or similar personal details because it is not sophisticated malware.

Where does My Email Signin come from?

Do you see a new search tool set on your browsers? If the answer is yes, My Email Signin must have affected your web browsers. You could have installed this piece of software yourself from the Chrome Web Store, or it could have been installed on your PC without your knowledge. According to researchers working at, the chances are high that this browser hijacker is spread via bundled malicious installers, so we believe users who say that they do not know anything about its installation on their computers. Browser hijackers are not the only threats that do not need permission to slither onto users’ computers, so you should also install security software on your PC to keep it safe.

How to remove My Email Signin

You will eliminate the search tool set on your browsers only by deleting My Email Signin. If you are an Internet Explorer user, open Control Panel and erase it from there. In case your Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers have been affected too, you will need to delete this extension through the add-ons manager to undo the changes applied to them. If you do not know how to do this, you should consult the manual removal guide you can find below this article.

My Email Signin removal

Windows XP

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Select the program you want to delete and click Remove.

Windows 7/Vista/8/8.1/10

  1. Launch Run by pressing Win+R.
  2. Type Control Panel.
  3. Press Enter.
  4. Go to Uninstall a program.
  5. Select My Email Signin and click Uninstall.

Google Chrome

  1. Start Google Chrome.
  2. Press Alt+F.
  3. Click More tools.
  4. Click Extensions.
  5. Select My Email Signin and click the trash button.
  6. Click Remove in the confirmation window.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press Ctrl+Shift+A.
  3. Find Email on the list and select this add-on.
  4. Click Remove. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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