What is is a search engine that might look normal at first, but as soon as it redirects you to, you should realize that not everything is normal. Reliable, trustworthy search engines do not just randomly reroute search queries to other engines, and when that is done, in most cases, the results are modified to show sponsored content, or users are redirected to engines that are unreliable at all. Does the engine we are discussing in this report modify the results and show sponsored links? It did not do that at the time of research. That being said, we cannot predict how the engine would change in the future. In fact, research team does not want to make any predictions at all because the situations could shift in any direction. That is because the engine is 100% unpredictable. Is that a reason to delete We believe that it is, and if you want to learn more about the removal process, you should continue reading.test

How does work? and both have the same interfaces, and they both display a search field with easy-access links to,, and underneath. The interface does not offer anything exceptional, and the design is quite uninspired. Unfortunately, if the replaces the homepage and default search provider, and the user does not know how to change that, they might be willing to go along with the services. The ads that are displayed on the pages should not be clicked, and if you decide to do it anyway, you need to be extra careful. You also should NOT agree to have notifications enabled. The pop-ups asking to enable notifications will appear every time you open the page. If you accidentally accept the notifications and then decide that you want to remove them, you can do it directly from your browser. On Firefox, you can remove notifications via the Privacy menu (at about:preferences#privacy), and on Chrome, you can remove them from the Notifications menu (at chrome://settings/content/notifications). Use the instructions below for that.

The chances are that you let in along with other questionable programs or browser extensions. We do not know if the search engine can replace homepage or default search provider, but if it does, it is important for you to scan your operating system to check if malware exists. If it exists, you want to delete it as soon as possible. The suspicious search engine can wait a moment. Of course, you can also utilize anti-malware software to have all threats and suspicious search engines deleted at the same time. But what if you enjoy and you do not want to get rid of it? This search engine is far too suspicious to trust. Even tools that have Privacy Policies and other information representing them can be malicious, and those that hide important information like that are completely unpredictable. We are sure you do not want to take any risks with, especially since it does not really offer any beneficial services anyway.

How to delete

If you believe that does not pose a threat, ask yourself what you know about this search engine. It is unlikely that you know who created it, what kinds of information it collects, or even what parties it is affiliated with. These are important things to think about, and since the engine is clearly very mysterious, we suggest deleting it without any hesitation. Even if it has taken over your web browser, you should be able to remove manually using our manual removal instructions below. If you are struggling, or you know that other threats exist, install an anti-malware program that will find and erase all threats and malicious components automatically. If you have any questions about the engine beyond this point, post them in the comments section!

Removal Instructions

Google Chrome:

  1. Launch Chrome, tap Alt+F, and click More tools.
  2. Click Extensions and Remove all suspicious, unfamiliar extensions.
  3. Tap Alt+F again and click Settings.
  4. Scroll down, click Advanced, and then move to Reset and clean up.
  5. Click Restore settings to their original defaults and click Reset settings.
  6. Move up to Privacy and security and click Clear browsing data.
  7. Choose an appropriate time range, mark boxes, and click Clear data.
  8. Go back to the Privacy and security menu and click Content settings.
  9. Click Notifications and find the notifications.
  10. Click the menu icon on the right and choose Remove.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Firefox, tap Alt+T, and click Add-ons.
  2. In the Extensions menu Remove all suspicious, unfamiliar extensions.
  3. Tap Alt+H and click Troubleshooting information.
  4. Click Refresh Firefox and then confirm the action.
  5. Tap Alt+T again, click Options, and then move to the Privacy & Security menu.
  6. Under History click the Clear History button.
  7. Choose an appropriate time range, mark boxes, and click Clear Now.
  8. Move to the Permissions menu and click Settings linked to Notifications.
  9. Select the entries of notifications and click Remove Website. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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