How to Remove Malware in Chrome Browser Malware

 Its very embarrasing that you’ve found out that your browsing program is no longer under your control, then you have probably had installed on your PC. This is a program of the Browser Hijacker type. Once inside your PC, it integrates itself within all your browsers (Chrome, Firefox, IE, etc.) and starts messing with them: it might change their homepage or default search engine or even redirect you to unwanted pages as soon as you try to use them. All in all, a pretty irritating piece of software to have around. This invasive behavior of Browser Hijackers is the reason for the existence of this article. Since there are so many people out there who have fallen prey to and probably all of them are seeking a way to remove it, we are here to help by providing all the necessary information and tips regarding this unwanted software. My advice for you is to first read the rest of the article and then go to the removal guide. It is essential that you learn more about Browser Hijackers in order to effectively deal with them in the future.

 How to prevent installing Browser Hijackers

One other substantial difference between Hijackers and viruses is that the former, unlike the latter, often get on people’s PC’s by actually being installed by the user. This happens via the method known as file-bundling. A file bundle is a program installer that has some other minor add-ons incorporated within it beside the main install. Often users want to install only the main program, but since most of them use the Quick (Default) installation settings, they also get the add-ons. If one of the added applications is a Browser Hijacker, it also gets inside the PC without the user’s knowledge. To avoid this in the future, make sure to always opt for the custom settings when installing new software. From there, you can actually see all added content and determine which stays and which is left out of the installation. If something there seems shady and potentially unwanted, do not hesitate to uncheck it before continuing with the installation of the main program.


  1. Go to your where you might have pinned your browser's shortcut or on the desktop and locate the browser shortcut
  2. Right Click the icon of your browser then select Properties
  3. Use your Arrow Keys on the Keyboard to move right until you reach the end section of the Programs' shortcut link usually ".exe",
  4. Delete every other section after the ".exe" then,
  5. Press OK
  6. After you have done that, Select the Browser shortcut Icon and hold "Shift Key + Delete".
  7. Press Delete permanently.
  8. You might want to replace the shortcut icon. Dont worry, Search for your browser in the "Start Button" and Open it.

Congratulations... All works done. Your browser is back to health. NO SOFTWARE INSTALLATION, NO HARD TRICKS. JUST SIMPLE *Winks*

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