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Gregorybrooks How to remove ask search toolbar
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My home page has been hijacked by Ask search toolbar browser hijack. How did i get this google redirect virus? Every time I open a new tab some Ask search toolbar comes up. Itís really annoying. Another victim said:Ē My search engine has been attacked by Ask search toolbar, someone give me a removal guide link http://www.yac.mx But it requires to download sth, so can someone know whether it is reliable? , and my OS is windows 7, Please help!and i donít know how to get rid of it? What do you do then?

mogs RE: How to remove ask search toolbar
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@Gregorybrooks

The following is a free download...part of Auslogics Boostspeed....which might be helpful.

Auslogics Browser Care

This unique new tool lets you take back full control of all browsers installed on your PC. Clean up, speed up and keep your web browsers well-maintained for top performance!
Remove unwanted toolbars or plugins
Change hijacked home page to the page you want
Set your preferred search engine as default
Clear cache to unclutter your drive and speed up your browser
Manage all installed browsers from one place

Browsers currently supported: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome.


System Requirements

Win 8 (32 or 64 bit), Win 7 (32 or 64 bit), Vista SP2 (32-bit only), XP SP3 (32-bit only)
10 MB available hard disk space
32 MB RAM

Read more at :-
http://www.auslogics.com/en/software/browser-care/

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