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Problem with google search

When I click on the link from a google search, I'm misdirected to a different but related commercial site, not the URL which was shown.

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Your pc must be infected with spyware. Go to www.ccleaner.com, download it & that will clear your temp files, etc then go to http://www.malwarebytes.org download malware bytes, update it & do a full scan to see if that clears it for you. If that doesnt work download try super Antispyware.

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Why do i keep getting websearches instead of google


Here is a removal:

How to delete istart.webssearches.com

Windows 8

  1. Slide mouse cursor across the desktop to bottom right corner.
  2. Click Settings on Charm bar when it appears, and then go to Control Panel.
  3. Select Uninstall a program and click to remove Webssearches Uninstaller.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open Start menu and click Control Panel.
  2. Go to Uninstall a program and highlight Webssearches Uninstaller.
  3. Click Uninstall.

Windows XP

  1. Go to Start menu and click Settings.
  2. Open Control Panel and select Add or remove programs.
  3. Uninstall Webssearches Uninstaller.
Remove Removefrom browser

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+X and click Manage add-ons.
  2. Remove Quick Start from Toolbars and Extensions.
  3. Click Search providers.
  4. Set a new default search engine and then remove istart.webssearches.com.
  5. Press Alt+X again and click Internet options.
  6. Under General tab, rewrite your home page address and click OK.
  7. Restart browser.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press search engine icon on the left of search box.
  2. Click Manage search engines on drop-down menu.
  3. Remove istart.webssearches.com from the list and click OK.
  4. Press Firefox button and go to Options.
  5. Under General tab, rewrite your home page address and click OK.
  6. Next to "When Firefox starts" select "Show my homepage" and click OK.
  7. Click Firefox button again and go to Add-ons.
  8. Remove Quick Start from Extensions. Restart browser.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and go to Tools.
  2. Click Extensions and remove Quick Start.
  3. Click Settings on the left.
  4. Select Open a specific page or set of pages under On Startup.
  5. Click Set pages, remove istart.webssearches.com and enter a new home page address. Click OK.
  6. Select Manage search engines under Search.
  7. Set a new default search engine, delete istart.webssearches.com and click Done.

Aug 11, 2014 | Google Internet & Communication Software

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I want to remove Ask and make Google my homepage


I do not know your windows version. Let me try anyways,
1) Click -> Start -> Go to control panel -> double click on internet options.
2) In the window that comes up you, will see a section called Home page on the upper side. The url mentioned there would be for ask.com.
3) Delete that and type http://www.google.com and click on OK
4) Go to Control Panel again and double click on Add/Remove Programs, you will find some softwares related to "Ask" or "Ask search", uninstall those if you would want to.

Apr 02, 2014 | Internet & Communication Software

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How do you remove/delete google reader from following me


In order to protect internet searchers, Google set up a notice to warn users that they are visiting a new page when being redirected from the Google search URL. From here a user can see that the browser is redirecting them, and can choose to visit the site or return to the Google search page. Unfortunately, occasionally this notice may appear each time you click on a search result in Google, making it frustrating to search for anything through Google. If you get the Google redirect notice constantly, you can clear your Internet browser cache and cookies to resolve the issue.

Open the Firefox browser on your computer, and click the "Firefox" option at the top left of the program. Scroll over and hover over "History," then click on "Clear Recent History" from the drop-down menu. Select "Everything" for "Time range to clear," and place check-marks next to "Cookies" and "Cache" in the "Details" section. Click "Clear Now." Allow Firefox to delete the information, then restart the browser. Internet Explorer Open the Internet Explorer browser on your computer, and click the "Tools" (Gear icon) option at the top right of the program. Scroll down, and click on "Internet Options." Click on "Delete" beneath "Browsing history." Put check-marks next to "Cookies" and "Temporary Internet Files." Click "Delete." Allow Internet Explorer to delete the information, then restart the browser. Google Chrome Open the Google Chrome browser on your computer, and click the wrench icon at the top right of the program. Scroll down, then click "Options." Click "Under the Hood" on the left side of the browser window, then click "Clear browsing data" in the "Privacy" section. Select "the beginning of time" for the "Obliterate the following items" drop-down. Put check-marks next to "Empty the cache" and "Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data." Click "Clear browsing data." Allow Chrome to delete the information, then restart the browser.
http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/2007/02/google-redirect-notice.html b> http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/answer.py?answer=95582

Feb 02, 2013 | Internet & Communication Software

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Can't delite babylon from firefox


Hi


To revert to Google as your preferred search engine, please do the following.


  • In the location bar, type about:config and hit Enter.
  • In the filter at the top, type: keyword.URL
  • Double click it and remove whatever's in there and replace it with http://www.google.com/search?q=
It's possible that Babylon will add itself to more than one place in about:config. Therefore, after completing the above steps, type "babylon" in the filter at the top. For every instance where you see a setting with that name in it, right click it and choose Modify and then Reset. Then close Firefox and restart it.
The URL to add in "keyword.URL" becomes a link in this post, so right click it and choose "Copy Link Location" to copy it to the Windows clipboard. Then hit CTRL+V to paste it. Saves you having to type the whole thing.


To reset your home page, do the following.


  • Go to the site you want to set as your homepage.
  • Click the orange Firefox button and go to Options ' Options ' General (Firefox 4.0.x and above).
  • Go to Tools ' Options ' General (Previous version of Firefox).
  • Make sure it says "Show My Homepage" in the first dropdown menu.
  • Click the button called "Use Current Pages" to set the homepage to the one you have on the screen.
Babylon search and toolbar will be installed with an IM chat client called Digsby if you don't opt out of it during the installation. See the info at the foot of this page: http://techshali.com/digsby-instant-messenger-and-email-manager-social-networks/

Sep 05, 2011 | Mozilla Firefox

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Where can i find a facebook proxy that is not blocked


use this free proxy website to access any blocked website like Facebook, YouTube etc from school or work.

MaverickEyes.com

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Dec 03, 2010 | Creative Software1 ProxyMaster

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I want Google to be my search engine when I click on Fire fox but it is Ask.com now. How do I change it.


Firefox didn't make it very easy to change your search provider, but you can do it. Here's how:
  1. In the address bar, enter "about:config" (not with the quotes).
  2. You'll see a warning screen; click on the "I'll be careful" button.
  3. Enter "keyword.URL" in the filter string box.
  4. Double-click the current value for keyword.URL, and in the box that opens, enter "http://www.google.com/search?&q=" and click OK.
This will make Google your default search provider. You can also click on the search provider icon at the left end of the search bar and pick Google from the drop-down list.
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Oct 14, 2010 | Google Toolbar

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Link misdirection.


sounds like you got spyware. download malwarebytes and download avira antivirus. if you still have problems or need further assistance e-mail me tech2call@gmail.com

Jul 15, 2010 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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Google Interstitial warning!


This was a Google error that was happening this morning to everyone. It's cleared up now. If it's still happening, just try rebooting to see if it clears up.

Jan 31, 2009 | Mozilla Firefox

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Try this link. Click on the filename, click through a few ads (of course saying no thanks), and it's yours. It took me about 5 ads. Type in the Verification and then download. Or you could look at registering, I think its free.

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