Remove from Your Browsers (Uninstall Guide) is another website which takes place of your current home page and offers services as a search engine. It tries to make you use it instead of the well known search engines such as Google, Yahoo or Bing. The application that causes all these modifications usually comes along with various freeware that are being downloaded to the computer. Due to the fact that this adware comes with wanted software users usually don’t spot the installation of application which is happening at the same time. Although the app is not malicious, it doesn’t really improve or make the browsing more convenient for the user.
Search Us com virus

The is usually visited due to redirection from other sites. Fortunately don’t spread malware or viruses, although its promotion campaign is based on false statements and methods. The toolbar is usually the cause of all these troubles. Even though the application has weather forecast, calculator, social network shortcut features, it is the unwanted toolbar that changes the current home page and the default search engine, and also starts redirecting to other websites. That’s why it is best if you remove it from the system.

The fact that this toolbar comes unnoticed with other freeware is no surprise. This tactic is used for a long time by the software developers to generate some additional income for their companies. The only way to bypass these kind of issues in the future is selecting the custom installation mode and inspecting every stage of the installation. By doing this, you will notice the attempts to modify your current browser settings.

It is recommended that toolbar is removed as soon as the user sees it as using might be really dangerous and furthermore, over time it  just turns out to be very annoying.  Although currently the toolbar is not associated with malware it might evolve in the future and cause serious troubles.

Automatic Removal

Step 1. In order to detect and remove, download SpyHunter anti-spyware software


Windows XP/Vista/7/8, Internet Explorer 6.0 or later

Read more about SpyHunter EULA

Step 2. Click Run or Open and install the application by following the on-screen instructions (How to Install)

Step 3. SpyHunter will automatically scan and detect threats

Step 4. After scanning, click Fix Threats button

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Note: download size is 0.7 MB. Trial version offers an unlimited number of scans and detections for free. You can remove detected files, processes and registry entries yourself or purchase a full version.

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Manual removal

Important Note: can be removed manually, however any mistakes can lead your PC to permanent damage of the system. Therefore a manual removal process is highly recommended for IT experts and system administrators. For regular users, team recommends using SpyHunter or any other reputable security application.

Google Chrome

1. Fix Google Chrome startup pages.

Click on 3-bars icon and choose Settings. In On startup click Set pages and remove “” by clicking X symbol. After that, add your desired homepage.

Chrome Settings

2. Remove “” from the homepage settings.

Click on 3-bars icon and choose Settings. In Appearance section click on Change. Remove the malicious homepage by clicking X symbol. Then you can add the desired homepage by entering its URL and hitting OK.

Chrome Settings 2

3. Remove “” from the search engine list and set a one.

Click on 3-bars icon and choose Settings. In Search section click on Manage search engines.. button. Choose the legitimate default search engine as default by clicking Make default. Then remove the malicious search engine from the list.

Chrome Settings 3

4. Remove add-ons that are associated with malware

Click on 3-bars icon and choose Tools. Go to Extensions and delete all add-ons related to “” from the list.

Internet Explorer

1. Remove “” from homepage settings.

Click on Tools icon and choose Internet Options. In General tab replace the hijacked homepage with a desired URL like Then click Apply to complete the action.

IE Internet Options

2. Modify default search provider settings, also remove the malicious search provider.

Click on Tools icon and choose Manage Add-ons. In Search Providers section please choose to set a legitimate search provider as default by clicking Set as default button. Then remove the malicious search provider from the list.

IE Manage Add-ons

3. Remove malicious extensions

Click on Tools icon and choose Manage Add-ons. Go to Toolbars and Extensions and remove any item related to ““.

Mozilla Firefox

1. Remove add-ons that are associated with malware

Click on Firefox menu button, go to Add-ons. Remove all add-ons related to “” from the list.

2. Remove “” from homepage settings.

Go to Options > General tab. Replace the malicious homepage with a preferred URL and click OK.

Firefox Homepage

3. Perform “about:config” function to revert Firefox changed items.

Type about:config into the address bar and press Enter. Then accept the warning.

Firefox Warranty

Search for “” in the search field. Then right-click on each founded item and select Reset.

Firefox About Config

4. Remove “” from the search engines list.

Click on the current search engine icon and choose Manage Search Engines.. Select the malicious URL and click Remove, then hit OK to complete the action.

Delete malicious apps and directories

Review your Add/Remove Programs list in Control Panel (Start -> Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs). In the list search for apps related to ““. Then choose ‘Uninstall’.

Search for and delete any folder related to “” if found in the following directories:

  • %ProgramFiles%
  • %AppData%
  • %ProgramData%
  • %LocalAppData%



  1. totenflos

    this worked perfectly:
    easy, direct, no need for brains and stuff

    First verify that the toolbar add-on is removed from Firefox ( You can then edit Firefox’s user.js file (open it with notepad) located in:


    Like the Windows “YOUR_USERNAME” part, the “wd69kojw” part is unique to your installation of Firefox so it’ll look similar, but the characters will be different. Remove the following lines (they are likely the only lines in user.js unless you are using Firefox in an enterprise environment) from the user.js file, and save your changes:

    user_pref(“browser.newtab.url”, “”); user_pref(“keyword.URL”, “{a bunch of letters & numbers}&action=default_search&k=”); user_pref(“browser.startup.homepage”, “{more letters & numbers}”); user_pref(“”, “1”); user_pref(“browser.newtab.url”, “file:///C:\Users\YOUR_USERNAME\AppData\Local\TNT2\\pinnedSearch.htm”);

    and thats it…

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