Speed browser

What is Speed browser?

You have to select software you choose to install with care because it may turn out to be unreliable. Speed browser, for example, is a seemingly harmless Chromium browser; however, it introduces its users to the suspicious Trovi search engine and initiates the collection of user-data. These are the main reasons you should consider Speed browser removal as well. Of course, the browser itself is not unreliable or risky enough to consider it malicious, and Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers list it as a PUP (potentially undesirable program). The report shows how the program works, and how you can delete it from the computer without wasting your precious time.test 100% FREE spyware scan and
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How does Speed browser work?

Speed browser is published by Eager Wire Apps, LLC; however, Conduit is another program which may be linked to the software. This is because Trovi Search is bundled together. This infamous search engine has been associated to Bitlord toolbar, All My Web Toolbar, Qwest Toolbar, and other suspicious apps which are often identified as browser hijackers. Even though this is not a category we suggest, you still should delete these programs from the operating system. Trovi.com is not the most reliable search provider because it installs suspicious tracking cookies, presents questionable advertisements, and produces sponsored search results. Luckily, you can replace the search provider, or you can remove the browser altogether, and one of these options should be employed.

Virtual security risks related to Speed browser

Computer users who download the application from getspeedbrowser.com are unlikely to face serious virtual risks, if you ignore the fact that Trovi.com becomes the default search tool on the default web browser. Unfortunately, it has been revealed that the browser can be installed together with malicious software. Even though the developer of the browser may have nothing to do with the associated threats, you have to be very careful when installing it onto the computer. Malware removal is lengthy and disturbing, and so you should block its entrance. We suggest installing software from reliable sources and researching unfamiliar and suspicious programs to prevent this.

How to remove Speed browser?

The manual removal instructions below should help you delete Speed browser from the Windows operating system. If you wish to keep it active, we suggest you remove Trovi, and set a more reliable web browser as the default one. In case Speed browser was installed bundled with suspicious programs or malware, it is strongly recommended that you install trustworthy automatic malware removal software, like SpyHunter. Use the remover to delete dangerous threats and keep the operating system shielded against malware attacks in the future. If the removal of the suspicious browser is confusing to you – leave a comment below. Our experienced malware researchers will assist you shortly.

Remove Speed browser

Remove from Windows XP:

  1. Navigate to the left of the Task Bar and click Start. A menu will pop up.
  2. Select Control Panel and in the newly opened menu double-click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Select Change or Remove Programs (usually opens automatically) and Remove the app.

Remove from Windows Vista & Windows 7:

  1. Move to the left of the Task Bar and click the Windows icon to open the Start menu.
  2. Click Control Panel for more options and move to Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the program you wish to delete from the operating system and select Uninstall.

Remove from Windows 8:

  1. Right-click on the Metro UI menu screen and in the newly opened pane select All apps.
  2. Open the Control Panel and then select Uninstall a program to find available uninstallers.
  3. Right-click the program you wish to delete and select Uninstall. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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  1. I would NOT recommend anyone to install this.
    Somehow this magically insinuated itself onto my office computer.
    At first I thought it was nice, but then I realized after trying it out that my shortcuts to the Chrome and Internet Explorer browsers were missing in my toolbar. Tried to put them back in, but they were again removed.
    I uninstalled the Speed Browser and then added back my browser shortcuts....problem solved.....need I say more.

    • me too same problem....i uninstalled speed browser...but chrome is not wroking in my laptop....firefox is working...but it became very slow....what should i have to do...plz suggest me....

  2. i had a message pop up on my computer which I thought was strange to say I had a web browser update. So I liked to update it and then speed browser appeared on my laptop. I didn't open it as I was unsure what it really was and I just uninstalled it straight away.

  3. I always like to keep clicking on things. No matter what it is. I love getting virus and slowing my computer speed down.

  4. I encountered this little jewel on a friends laptop. My experience was particularly hellish. Removal was not as simple as uninstalling it; not by a long shot. I had to comb through the hard drive and manually delete all associated files. Followed by digging through the Windows registry to make sure there were no entries left behind.

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