What is

We do not think that there are users out there who set willingly on their browsers. It is more likely that this search tool replaces users’ default homepages on their browsers due to the entrance of a browser hijacker. Unfortunately, it is compatible with all browsers, including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, so if you get infected with the browser hijacker, your all browsers’ settings will be altered. There are two types of users: those who notice the changes applied to their browsers but do not do anything about that and those who do not want to see open for them. We hope that you belong to the second group of users and go to remove this Polarity Technologies Ltd product from your browsers today. Of course, this search tool is considered unreliable not without reason. It has several drawbacks that make it one of those untrustworthy search providers. The last paragraph will tell you more about it, so continue reading!test

What does do? is not a trustworthy search tool for sure. In fact, it is often classified as a browser hijacker because many users cannot explain how and when it was set on their browsers, suggesting that it usually hijacks users’ web browsers. If you see this search tool open for you too when you launch your browser, you should not use it as your default search tool because the chances are high that sooner or later it will present you with the so-called modified search results. Generally speaking, these are third-party links that open third-party pages. Most likely, the owner of, i.e., Polarity Technologies Ltd, gets revenue for clicks on these links. It will not share the revenue with you, and, as research conducted by specialists at has shown, you might even be taken to untrustworthy pages if you keep clicking on those links fearlessly. Unfortunately, we cannot promise that you could avoid those links because they do not stand out. Because of this, we suggest that you remove completely to protect yourself from potential threats.

You should also not keep if you do not want it to record any personally-identifiable information about you. Yes, it gathers users’ personal data as a component of the search data too.  Of course, it will not access your banking credentials and other sensitive details – it can record only those personal details entered in the search box by a user voluntarily. It is not the only type of information it records for sure. It gathers non-personally identifiable details automatically too. If you open its Privacy Policy document, you will find more about that, but it is enough to know that it records such details as the type of browser, operating system type, search queries, websites visited, and diagnostic information “which describes how our Services are operating on your system.” You cannot change which types of information it records about users, but you can disable it at any time so that it could no longer track and record information about you.

Where does come from?

The browser hijacker usually arrives on users’ PCs in bundles together with third-party software from,, and other file-sharing websites, so we are not surprised at all that so many users cannot understand why their browsers’ settings were changed. is only one of hundreds of search tools acting like browser hijackers, so if you do not want to find your browsers’ settings changed without your consent ever again, install a security application on your computer as soon as possible. As long as you keep it active, unauthorized changes will not be applied to your web browsers ever again.

How to delete

Resetting browsers to default settings is one of the easiest ways to delete the undesirable search engine from browsers without the special tool. If you do not mind installing an antimalware tool on your computer, you can delete even quicker automatically. The best thing about this tool is that it will delete all other active malicious components from your system too. In other words, your PC will be clean after the single scan with a powerful malware remover.


Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Press Alt+T.
  3. Select Internet Options in the Tools menu.
  4. Click Advanced.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. Enable Delete personal settings by putting a tick in its box.
  7. Click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press Alt+H.
  3. Click Troubleshooting information.
  4. Click the Refresh Firefox button.
  5. In the confirmation window, click Refresh Firefox again.

Google Chrome

  1. Start Google Chrome and press Alt+F.
  2. Click Settings.
  3. Go down and click Advanced.
  4. Click Reset.
  5. Click Reset one more time. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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