Question about Google Chrome
In the top right of your Google Chrome, press the icon that looks like 3 lines, then click "Settings".
This will open a page that has a few headings.
Scroll down to the heading labeled "Search"
Click the dropdown and change it from funmoods to "Google"
This should resolve your issue.
Posted on Nov 12, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This may happen when you install new freeware software e.t.c. and it installs their affiliated search engine on your browser e.t.c
To change it back to google.com follow these steps
1) Open chrome
2) Click the spanner icon in the top right (settings)
3) Scroll down and click options
4) The options screen should appear, the second to last option is what you need to change.
From here click "Manage search engines" and Google as default
If its the home page or new tab, you can manage all this on the same page.
Posted on May 03, 2011
What likely happened is that you installed a program that asked you if you wanted to install Funmoods with it already checked. A lot of internet apps pull that ****. What you need to do is the following
You should be good after all this. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 01, 2012
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