- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Cant change my homepage
- Annoying Pop-up's
Although EasyLifeSearch app is not a computer virus, some users do not want to have it in their systems. Perhaps that is so, because this browser extension belongs to the same group of add-ons as Iminent Toolbar and MIXI.DJ Toolbar. They are all developed by Conduit Ltd, and the official stance is that EasyLifeSearch app as well as other browser extensions are there to improve your overall web browsing experience. However, some users consider EasyLifeSearch app to be too intrusive and they want to get rid of it. Another thing that could come across as annoying is the fact that EasyLifeSearch app comes with free software called TuneUp Utilities 2013. However, if you have no intention of installing this software, then naturally it is frustrating when it gets installed automatically.
The plugin in question can be downloaded at the official Conduit webpage, but the general practice shows that it often arrives bundled with freeware as well. So, when you download something at a third party website and you install the software, you may not notice that you install EasyLifeSearch app as well. That is not to say that the plugin gets installed behind your back - users simply fail to notice what kind of programs get installed exactly.
How to remove EasyLifeSearch app from your browser
Instructions for Google Chrome
Instructions for Mozilla Firefox
How to remove EasyLifeSearch app from your PC
Instructions for Windows 8
Instructions for Windows Vista & Windows 7
Instructions for Windows XP
After manual removal perform a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner to check if there are any residual files left on your PC. Do take your computer security seriously and invest in a powerful antimalware tool if need be.