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Danger level 3
Type: Potentially Unwanted Application

Internet Quick Access

Once again the Chromium open-source browser project has been used to create another potentially unwanted program that has been called Internet Quick Access. So, we suggest that you remove it and get Google Chrome instead. That being said, you should also be aware of another PUP called Chromatic Browser. But rest assured there is no shortage of potentially unreliable web browsers based on the Chromium engine, so we recommend that you always apt for the original. However, if you are debating whether to remove this application or not, please read this article and come to your own conclusions.

Those of you who do not know how Internet Quick Access is disseminated, we are obligated to inform you that the browser can be found on its dedicated promotional and download website, called, Currently, we do not have information that would suggest that the browser is distributed on other websites or via software bundles. You should be aware that the website is owned by Imali Media Ltd. The company specializes in providing advertising services. So it is so surprise that Internet Quick Access displays commercial advertisements.

You can distinguish the advertisements by looking at the label, which states “Powered By Quick Internet Access internetquickaccess. ” We are of the opinion that third-party advertisements are inherently unreliable, so we do not recommend clicking any of the ads. An untrustworthy search engine, called is the browser’s default homepage. We do not recommend using it because it features third-party advertisements. According to the website’s Privacy Policy it does not collect personally identifiable information without your permission. But you can voluntarily provide personal details that will help the website to customize user experience. Nevertheless, the website might share the details with third parties, so we do not recommend using it.

Now, let us return to the browser itself. The browser’s Privacy Policy states that the developers “receive and store any information you enter on the or give us in any other way.” Furthermore, if you register for an account with the browser, the developers may collect your name, email address, country of origin, and, if you choose, your nickname, telephone number, website, company, and title. In addition to that, Internet Quick Access will gather information about the websites you visit and the advertisements that you see on those websites, the searches you perform using search engines, the ways in which you use various features, and the pages you view.

So that is all we have to say about Internet Quick Access. The browser displays rather annoying commercial ads, has a homepage that that also shows ads and collects information about you and might share it with third parties. The same goes for Internet Quick Access. It also collects information and is likely to share it with unknown entities. So, if you were not aware of such things, and you don’t want them to happen to you, then you should remove this browser and get Google Chrome or any other browser for that matter.

Remove Internet Quick Access from Windows

Windows 8/8.1

  1. Open the Start Screen.
  2. Type Uninstall in the search box and then go to Settings.
  3. In the search results, go to Uninstall a program.
  4. Locate Internet Quick Access and click Uninstall.

Windows 7/Vista

  1. Click Start and select Control Panel.
  2. Click Uninstall a program.
  3. Locate Internet Quick Access and click Uninstall.

Windows XP

  1. Open the Start menu and click Control Panel.
  2. Select Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Locate Internet Quick Access and click Remove.
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  1. ilman Dec 3, 2015

    saya ingin menghapus application internet quick access dari laptop saya

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