- Changes default search engine
- Hijacks homepage
- Connects to the internet without permission
BrowserAir is one potentially unwanted program that you might want to remove from your computer. It can be debated whether this application is useful, but we regard it as undesirable, and you would quickly learn why if you install it. In this article we will try give you the most important information about this rather mysterious browser. The information will help you determine this application’s usefulness without your trying it out for yourself. So we invite you to read the full article.
If you install BrowserAir, it will automatically be set as the default browser . However, it will also change the homepage of Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Chrome to www-searching.com, which will redirect all of your search queries to Thesmartsearch.net. On top of that, the application will also install a search bar — not on your browser, but on your desktop. And it will always be there unless you remove it.
So in a nutshell, BrowserAir is a browser that automatically sets itself as the default browser once you install it. It changes the homepages and search engines of all the web browsers you might have to a particular address which can display commercial advertisements. And it installs an annoying desktop bar. So BrowserAir definitely deserves the title "potentially unwanted program." So, you do want to remove it now? Or will you do it later? If you want to remove it now, then we suggest using our instructions located below.
Remove BrowserAir from your PC manually
Windows 7 and Vista
Windows 8 and 8.1