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How to remove is a misleading search page that pretends to be legitimate search engine. In reality, it was designed to earn profit generating traffic to web-page. Thus, it redirects all your search queries to another search engine.

How to uninstall (remove)

If your browser keeps redirecting and opening page, that is a result of adware getting installed on your computer. After penetration, it hijacks browser to be able to make changes without the user’s agreement. As a consequence, numerous pop-up ads and annoying redirects leading to page and then to some commercial site.

How to uninstall (remove) is advertising program responsible for the annoying redirects. It is a kind of potentially unwanted software used to spread advertising content. For example, it messes up your browsing experience generating pop-up ads, banners and imaginary coupons containing offers of stores, third-party sites and much more.

How to remove FunSafeTab Search

FunSafeTab Search is a browser extension claiming to improve users’ searching experience. In fact, it turnы out to be exactly the other way around. FunSafeTab Search is a typical browser hijacker which developers use to generate advertising profit.

How to uninstall (remove) is a deceptive browser extension that can modify browser configuration without users’ participation. For this reason, it’s categorized as a browser hijacker. Such types of malware are the result of user installed software that had hidden packages installed.

How to uninstall (remove) MyWebFace

MyWebFace is a suspicious browser extension from Mindspark Interactive that redirects all your searches to or Even if it might look similar to an ordinary search engine like Google or Yahoo, yet is not trustworthy. This extension features the traits which are typical of the type of malware called “browser hijacker”.

How to uninstall (remove) SystemKeeperPro

Developers advertise SystemKeeperPro as a system optimizer. According to them, this all-in-one tool is able to detect, fix system errors, and clean the PC. However, all this statements are false. All this is done only in order to attract the attention of the users. Once launched, the SystemKeeperPro starts forged scan. Then it displays fake alert about detected issues on your system that need to be fixed. But in order to fix the issues, you must purchase a full version of the program.

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Google Custom Search is a legitimate software from Google. According to the developers, the service allows the user to create specialized search engines based on their personal preferences and thematic interests. This notwithstanding, many users might be disappointed by the behavior of the program. After installation, Google Custom Search forcibly tweaks your browser settings so the homepage and default search engine will be changed to set

How to uninstall (remove) BackupGenie

BackupGenie is promoted itself like a legitimate tool that protect your data if something bad to happen to your system. The software does it by meant of backing up files, folders, documents, and other most data types. At first glance, the program seems very useful, but that's far from it. According to research by many influential computer resources, the behavior of BackupGenie can be classified as nagware.

How to uninstall (remove) PC TuneUp Maestro

PC TuneUp Maestro is a forged potentially unwanted program that, according to developers, makes your computer run faster. It is promoted as a system optimizer. After launching, the program will show you a lot of errors like outdated registry entries were been found on your system. Nonetheless, if you want to fix them, PC TuneUp Maestro will report that you must buy a full version of its program.