How to Remove (Removal Guide)

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How to Remove (Removal Guide)

Postby Ocean » 2013-04-01 23:01

My homepage is changed to without my consent, and I can’t remove it from the search bar and new tab of Firefox. Is there any valid solution to fix this issue? What’s the brilliant idea? Help.

This article provides you a detailed removal guide of Scroll down to the Removal Guide and follow closely to fix your problem.

About assumes Google style, and tries to appear like a legitimate search engine so as to give users a feeling of safety to avoid being under suspicion. Though appears like, it actually has nothing to do with this world’s most widely used search provider.

How does Eazel search ( come to my computer?

The Eazel search redirect virus is classified as a browser hijacker which may cause all installed browsers on a PC to redirect to,, and other unwanted websites. is promoted on a download site called When one tries to download a program from, may secretly attach to your system, other unwanted programs that may stealthily install on your PC at the same time are Eazel Smartbar, Eazelbar Helper etc. Such unwanted are capable of infecting all mainstream browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.

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eazel-search-image.jpg Removal Guide:

Step 1: Uninstall Eazel search related Toolbar from Windows Control Panel.

    • Windows XP: Go to Start> Control Panel> Add Remove programs> Look for Eazel Smartbar, Eazelbar Helper and other related toolbars/applications> Click on Remove.
    • Windows 7/Vista: Go to Start> Control panel> Uninstall a program/Programs and Features> Look for Eazel Smartbar, Eazelbar Helper and other related toolbars/applications > click on Uninstall.


    Note: Once Eazel search Toolbar is removed from the Control Panel of your computer, the extensions installed on Internet Explore and Mozilla Firefox will be cleared automatically, so you don’t need a manual removal later. However, your Google Chrome still needs a manual FIX.

Step 2: Repair your browser settings.

    Internet Explorer

    1. Remove from the homepage:

    :idea: Tips: Press the Alt key to reveal menu bar of IE& FF

    Tools> Internet Options> General > Replace with a desired domain like> Click Apply to complete the operation


    2. Change default search provider, and remove from the list.

    Tools> Manage Add-ons> Search Providers> Choose to set a preferred one as default search provider by clicking Set as default button> Remove from the list.


    Google Chrome

    1. Remove from the Startup pages of Chrome.

    Click on the Wrench or 3-Bars icon> Settings> In On startup section click Set pages> mouse-over to the and click the X symbol to remove it> Add your preferred domain and set it as your homepage.


    2. Remove from the homepage.

    Click on the Wrench or 3-Bars icon> Settings> In Appearance section click Change

    Remove from Startup pages by clicking the X symbol, you can also choose to add a new page by entering its URL and hit OK to complete the modification.


    3. Change default search provider, and remove from the search engines list.

    Click on the Wrench or 3-Bars icon> Settings> In Search section click Manage search engines…> Choose to set another preferred one as the default search engine by clicking Make default> Remove from the list.


    4. Remove associated add-ons through managing Extensions.

    Click on the Wrench or 3-Bars icon> Tools > Extensions > Find and delete related add-ons from the list.

    Note: The extension may under a different name, thus search for and delete programs that are suspicious or under similar file name.

    Mozilla Firefox

    1. Remove from the homepage.

    :idea:Tips: Press the Alt key to reveal menu bar of IE& FF

    Tools> Options> General> Replace with a preferred domain> Click OK to complete the change.


    2. Reset changed items of your Firefox.

    Type about:config into the address bar> Press Enter> Accept the Warning


    Search for in the search bar >Right click on each item and select Reset> Hit OK to apply the change.


    3. Remove from the search provider list.

    Click on the Google icon and select Manage Search Engines…. Select and hit Remove, then click OK to complete the change.


Step 3: Clear corrupt residues of, including registry keys, cookies, caches, etc. with Cloud System Booster

    1. Download Cloud System Booster by clicking the Download button below, and save the file to your desktop.


    2. Install and launch Cloud System Booster> Click on the gear icon located on top right of the interface


    3. Go to Settings> Boost> Cleaner> Privacy Clean> Manually check the option: 'Internet Explorer Cookies','Mozilla Firefox Cookies','Google Chrome Cookies' (Other options such as registry clean, registry error fix and Opera caches are checked by default) > Hit Ok to return to main interface.


    4. Click on BOOST button, and follow its instruction to clear all junks found.


    Restart your computer to enjoy a clean system.


If you have any question regarding this removal guide, please feel free to leave a comment below or start a new thread in our forums.
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