- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
CrossBrowser is a browser add-on which makes some unauthorized changes on your desktop. The browser removes the quick launch and desktop shortcuts of Google Chrome and replaces them with its shortcut. Moreover, the CrossBrowser Internet browser is set as the default browser. The CrossBrowser program also creates additional shortcuts to websites such as Amazon.com, Facebook.com, and Wikipedia.com, so that you can enhance your online experience. However, a lot of computer users find these characteristics unappealing and want to remove CrossBrowser from the computer.
We also recommend that you remove CrossBrowser, which is identical to another Internet browser named BoBrowser, which is developed by CLARALABSOFTWARE. This browser is promoted at bobrowser.com; however, in the case of CrossBrowser, no official website has been found. That implies that the CrossBrowser program gets access onto a computer through other programs; i.e., bundled with media players, browser add-ons, and many other free programs. For example, it has been found that the CrossBrowser program is bundled with programs such as Desktop Dock, VuuPC, WordProser, and some other free applications that can be removed from the computer by certain security tools.
Both BoBrowser and CrossBrowser are based on the Chromium platform, which was used to create Google Chrome. The two potentially unwanted programs look like the Google Chrome browser, which confuses computer users, and they may not notice the changes made.
Another reason why you should not wait but remove CrossBrowser from the computer is the fact that the browser shows advertisements on mainly commercial websites. Those ads are labeled “brought by CrossBrowser” and are of different types, including web banners and pop-ups. Moreover, a JollyWall bar inviting you to open a JollyWallet account is displayed. JollyWallet is a service enabling you to regain a certain amount of money after purchasing items on shopping websites. We advise you against relying on such services and encourage you remove CrossBrowser from the PC.
Below you will find our step-by-step instructions that should help you uninstall CrossBrowser, but we recommend that you remove this potentially unwanted program using a reputable security program. Our team suggests using SpyHunter, because this program removes BoBrowser and can easily eliminate CrossBrowser and many other programs, including Trojan horses, adware, browser hijackers, fake anti-virus programs, etc.
After removing CrossBrowser from the PC, you can easily restore your shortcuts by copying the Google Chrome shortcut from the Start menu and pasting it on your desktop. If you have any question concerning the removal of CrossBrowser, feel free to leave a comment below.
How to remove CrossBrowser
Windows Vista and Windows 7
Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
If you want to be sure that all the files related to CrossBrowser are deleted from the computer, do not wait but implement a reputable security program.