Sweet Page, originally known as sweet-page.com, is a search provider which uses Yahoo search engine. Sweet Page is categorized as a browser hijacker because it replaces the home page and the search provider of Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. The browser hijacker should be removed from the system as soon as the changes are noticed. Sweet Page has been found to be bundled with adware and browser hijackers, such as qvo6 virus, v9.com, and Adware Helper.
It is important that you remove Sweet Page from the browsers because the search engine is published by Skytouch Technology Co, which is also related to the release of aartemis.com and qone8.com, which are also dubbed as browser hijackers. Moreover, the search engine is the property of Surdfboard Holding BV, based in the Netherlands.
If your Internet browsers are afflicted by Sweet Page, you must have noticed that in addition to the search results you are provided with a block of sponsored links. Since you can access Yahoo directly and retrieve the search research results, remove Sweet Page from the computer.
If you find that some other advertisements are provided by Sweet Page, note that that they are not related to the search engine. They belong to independent companies and are not controlled by the administrators of Sweet Page. Since any website may be promoted via search engine, you should be very careful when dealing with links to third-party websites. In order to prevent deceitful advertisements, remove Sweet Page from the browsers.
The removal of the browser hijacker should be carried out by a powerful spyware removal tool because manual changes may be insufficient. If you have already tried to eliminate Sweet Page but cannot restore the settings because sweet-page.com appears on the browser every time you restart them, use SpyHunter. This spyware removal tool can fix your browsers and protect the system from numerous threats.
How to remove Sweet Page
How to manually remove Sweet Page
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