How to Remove (All Search) from My Browsers? (Removal Guide)

An unfamiliar search engine named captures your browsers, and replaces the homepage? Failed to remove it from the search bar or new tab page? This article is going to guide you through a quick and complete removal. Read carefully and follow closely to fix your problems., with a full domain is a pesky browser hijacker bundled with freeware installation package and attaches itself to target computers when people trying to install the free program. Such browser hijacker has the ability to modify all mainstream browser settings to make itself the homepage and default search provider. Once infected, your search queries might be redirected to, and other unrelated websites. What’s worse, it may bring you further risks of catching third party toolbars/addons, so our suggestion here is remove it as soon as possible if you find this browser hijacker takes control of your browsers without your actual knowledge.

The screenshot of Quick Removal Guide:


step 1

Uninstall Proxy.allsearchapp Search related Toolbar from Windows Control Panel.


Please note that may change the title anytime, so just search for items that are unknown or suspicious.


Windows XP: Go to Start> Control Panel> Add Remove programs> Look for Proxy.allsearchapp Search related items> Click on Remove.


Windows 7/Vista: Go to Start> Control panel> Uninstall a program/Programs and Features> Look for Proxy.allsearchapp Search related items > click on Uninstall.


step 2

Repair your browser settings.


Internet Explorer


1. Remove from the homepage:


Tips: Press the Alt key to reveal menu bar of IE& FF


Tools> Internet Options> General > Replace with a desired domain like> Click Apply to complete the operation



2. Change default search provider, and remove from the list.


Tools> Manage Add-ons> Search Providers> Choose to set a preferred one as default search provider by clicking Set as default button> Remove from the list.




Google Chrome


1. Remove from the Startup pages of Chrome.


Click on the Wrench or 3-Bars icon> Settings> In On startup section click Set pages> Mouse-over to the and click the X symbol to remove it> Add your preferred domain and set it as your homepage.



2. Remove from the homepage.


Click on the Wrench or 3-Bars icon> Settings> In Appearance section click Change> Type the desired website and click OK to set it as the default homepage.



3. Change default search provider, and remove from the search engines list.


Click on the Wrench or 3-Bars icon> Settings> In Search section click Manage search engines…> Choose to set another preferred one as the default search engine by clicking Make default> Remove from the list.



4. Remove related add-ons through managing Extensions.


Click on the Wrench or 3-Bars icon> Tools > Extensions > Find and delete or extensions under a similar name.


Mozilla Firefox


1. Remove from the homepage.


Tools> Options> General> Replace with a preferred domain> Click OK to complete the change.



2. Remove from opened new tabs.


Type about:config into the address bar> Press Enter> Accept the Warning> Search for browser.newtab.url in the search bar >Right click on the result and select Modify> Hit OK to apply the change.



3. Change the default search provider of Firefox


Search for instead of browser.newtab.url (refer to step b.) in the search bar > Right click on the name and select Modify> Type Google (e.g.) in the box> Hit Ok to complete the change.



4. Remove from the search provider list.


Click on the Google icon and select Manage Search Engines…. Select Proxy.allsearchapp Search and hit Remove, then click OK to complete the change.



step 4

Clear corrupt residues of


Corrupt residues of include registry keys, cookies, caches, etc. You’d better run a system optimization tool to clear such items if you are not a PC literate.


1. Download Cloud System Booster by clicking the Download button below, and save the file to your desktop.



2. Install and launch Cloud System Booster> Click on the gear icon located on top right of the interface



3. Go to Settings> Boost> Cleaner> Privacy Clean> Manually check the option: ‘Internet Explorer Cookies‘,’Mozilla Firefox Cookies‘,’Google Chrome Cookies‘ (Other options such as registry clean, registry error fix and Opera caches are checked by default) > Hit Ok to return to main interface



4. Click on BOOST button, and follow its instruction to clear all junks found.



Other benefits you can gain from Cloud System Booster:


+ Boost Your PC Performance by 200%
+ Clean up system trash files
+ Clean up Registry trash
+ Remove 3rd application temp files
+ clean Windows history records
+ Web history clean
+ Clean start menu records
+ Recent playlists in Media Player


5. Restart your computer to enjoy a clean system.


Note: This removal guide is workable for most infections, yet if for any reason you are having difficulties uninstalling this malware, please feel free to leave a message below or start a new thread in our forums, or you can contact us at We will help look into the problem as soon as possible. Your trust is what we want to build.

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8 thoughts on “How to Remove (All Search) from My Browsers? (Removal Guide)

    • With what browser do you have the problem of ? Please let me know by replying below. Or you can contact me directly at

      Sorry for any problem. Waiting to hear from you as soon as possible.

  1. when i try to ‘set pages’ on Chrome, it says “This setting is enforced by your administrator.”. (im the administrator for my computer) What should i do?

    • Hello Matt,

      I am sorry for the problem.

      Could you please go to check your host file and remove any possible malicious entry?

      1) Go to: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversetc.

      2) Double-click “hosts” file to open it. Choose to open with Notepad.

      3) The default hosts file should be only one line: localhost in Windows XP and localhost ::1 in Windows Vista. If there are more, then remove them and save changes.

      For detail information, please check post

      If any problem, please let us know.

        • Hello,

          The malware change the Google Chrome group policy that you are allowed to change the browser settings.

          Please do following to repair the malware program.

          The malware changed the Google Chrome Policy.

          Run regedit, go to

          HKEY_CURRENT_USER / Software / Policies / Google / Chrome

          … you can see the bastard sitting there.

          Delete the whole Chrome directory with all that is in it.

          • i have a similar problem. i deleted the whole chrome directory but i still cant change the search engine

  2. Hi, Sukhdev, please Close your Google Chrome, right click on your Chrome shortcut and then click on the Properties option.

    In the shortcut tab, check the Target box to see if there is a behind the \chrome.exe” path, if it does, delete it, click on Apply and OK to save the change, and your chrome will be clean.

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