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You need to remove it from your browser too. See Remove Delta Search Below. I would also do a Malwarebytes scan in Windows Safe Mode 1st Update Malwarebytes Anti-Malware or reinstall it from here Malwarebytes Thank you for download Malwarebytes Anti Malware
Watch How to download, install and use MalwareBytes 2.0 at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KwTmIQTJes How to Enter Windows Safe Mode: Click Start then All Programs then Accessories select Run type msconfig and hit enter.
Select the Boot tab, select Safe boot and Minimal then Apply and OK.
Restart the computer and you'll enter safe mode.The screen will look odd, with no desktop wallpaper and large icons. Open Malwarebytes and run a scan.When your done with MalwareBytes 2.0 scan in safe mode, Click Start then All Programs then Accessories select Run type msconfig and hit enter.
Select the Boot tab, uncheck Safe boot then click Apply and OK Restart the computer and it will boot back to normal Windows mode.
Remove Delta Search from Internet Explorer
Remove Delta Search add-ons from Internet Explorer.
Open Internet Explorer,then click on the gear icon " src="http://malwaretips.com/blogs/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/icongear.jpg" ]="" (Tools for Windows XP users) at the top (far right) and then select Manage add-ons.
From the Toolbars and Extensions tab, select Delta Toolbar, Delta Helper Object, and Yontoo add-ons, and click on Disable.
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Set Internet Explorer default search engine from Delta Search (delta-search.com) to Bing.
To change your default search engine, click on the gear icon " src="http://malwaretips.com/blogs/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/icongear.jpg" ]="" ,="" select="" Manage Add-ons, and then, under Add-on Types, click Search Providers.
Select Bing and on click the Set Default button.
" src="http://malwaretips.com/blogs/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Delta-Toolbar-Internet-Explorer-search-engine.jpg" ] To remove delta-search.com from Internet Explorer, select Delta Search and click on Remove.
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Change your Internet Explorer homepage from delta-search.com to its default
To change your homepage, click on the gear icon " src="http://malwaretips.com/blogs/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/icongear.jpg" ]="" ,="" select="" internet="" explore="" options,="" and="" in="" the="" General tab,under the Home page section, click on Use default to restore Internet Explorer default home page.
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Remove Delta Search from Mozilla Firefox
Remove Delta Search extensions from Internet Explorer.
At the top of the Firefox window, click the orange Firefox button, then select Add-ons.
Select the Extensions tab, then remove Delta Toolbar, BitGuard, Mixi.DJ and Yontoo extensions from Mozilla Firefox.
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Reset your default search engine and home page from delta-search.com to their default.
To reset your search engine and homepage to their default, we will use the SearchReset extension.This add-on is very simple: on installation, it backs up and then resets your search preferences and home page to their default values, and then uninstalls itself. This affects the search bar, URL bar searches, and the home page.
You can download SearchReset from the below link, and then we will just need to install it to revert Firefox to its default settings. SEARCHRESET DOWNLOAD LINK(This link will open another web page from where you can download the SearchReset Firefox extension)
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Remove Delta Search from Google Chrome
Remove Delta Search extensions from Google Chrome.
Click the Chrome menu button on the browser toolbar, select Tools and then click on Extensions.
In the Extensions tab, remove (by clicking on the Recycle Bin) the Delta Toolbar, Mixi.DJ and BitGuard and any other unknown extensions by clicking the trash can " src="http://malwaretips.com/blogs/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Trash-Can-Chrome.png" ]="" icon. Basically, if you have not installed an extension, you should remove it from your web browser.
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Set Google Chrome default search engine from Delta Search to Google.
Click the Chrome menu button, then select Settings and click on Manage search engines in the Search section.
In the Search Engines dialog that appears, select Google and click the Make Default button that appears in the row.
" src="http://malwaretips.com/blogs/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/delta-Toolbar-Chrome-search-engine.jpg" ] Search for Delta Search in the Search Engines list, and click the X button that appears at the end of the row.
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Change Google Chrome homepage from delta-search.com to its default.
Delta Search has modified your Google settings to open their webpage whenever you start your browser, so we will need to revert this change.
Click the Chrome menu button, then select Settings and click on One the New Tab page in the On Startup section.
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There are a number of ways to go about this. If you would like to control it with just the built in Outlook tools, you can click on Tools, Options, and under the Mail Preferences section you'll find a Junk Email button. This will allow you to control spam by either directing it to the SPAM folder or deleting it altogether.
If you would like more control, many anti-virus applications (Symantec, Avast!, AVG, etc.) have spam filters built into them. The first application has a fee, but Avast and AVG are free. Both provide decent coverage. Please keep in mind that no application can stop 100% of spam (thought to account for 85-92% of all email sent over the internet.