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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No, it is probably not a virus. Links are addresses for other pages that may not be typed correctly, or the web site/page was moved or no longer exists. (See below for clarification on unexpected results.) If you use MS Explorer, it allows you to choose primary search engines. After updating Explorer, you can keep Google as primary, but Bing will be easily accessed by clicking on the Google Icon in the search box. A menu will drop down and show Bing as an option. Also, you should be able to type Bing into any search engine and search from the Bing homepage. If you are clicking on a bing search on the MSN home page and being blocked, I'll betcha Microsoft would love to know that. Lastly, there is such a thing as Browser Hijackers. If you click on something or suddenly find yourself in an unexpected place after using a trusted search engine, that would be a hint. The solution is to keep all software updated to avoid lapses in security that allow Bugs into your system.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
SOURCE: when i open my google
sounds like a virus, go to file hippo and download a program called malwarebytes, once you install it run a full scan, if your system is infected then this program will clean it
Posted on Apr 18, 2011
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Go to Control Panel, click Programs (software).
Uninstall "Browser Manager" +
"Bprotector" + "Object Installer" + "Babylon Toolbar
Open Google Chrome and click on the "Customize and control Google Chrome " icon by the right side of the address bar; click on Settings:
Click> Settings , choose the option "Open a
particular page or set of pages."
Click "Set Pages" on page Babylon and delete from
To change the search engine in Google Chrome, please follow
the instructions below:
Open Google Chrome on the "wrench" icon on the
right side of the address bar, click:
Settings> Under "Search", click
"Manage Search Engines ...".
If you see "Babylon Search" as a standard (default), select please another search engine as the default from (Google, Bing, etc.). Only then will you Babylon You can remove by clicking the little 'X'.
For demonstration click on the follow link:
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