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In finder go to Utilities, then Activity Monitor, then when you see Genieo select it, then select the RED quit button. It will ask you if you "really want to quit Genieo" then simply quit.
Then quit Activity Monitor.
After that, go into your Application folder and drag Genieo to the trash. Then empty trash.
If you are using Safari and it opens to the Genieo page, in the Safari drop down, select preferences, General Tab.
You can then see what is set as your Safari home page. If that page shows Genieo then change it. You may have to go within Safari to what page you want as a home first in order to make it your current page, then select Set to Current Page and that will become your web page when you first open Safari.
I do not know if this will remove all Genieo files. Hope this helps!
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