My Tropical Beach New Tab
My Tropical Beach New Tab is a Google Chrome browser extension that promises to get you “closer to your sunny dream vacation.” Users who do not read its description before adding it to their browsers usually do not know that it only changes Google Chrome settings by setting its own New Tab page URL and homepage, which does not have much in common with your vacation. Users who install My Tropical Beach New Tab as a part of a software bundle does not even have the opportunity to get acquainted with it before the installation because they usually do not even know that this piece of software is going to be installed on their computers. It does not really matter where you have downloaded this application from – it acts the same, i.e. provides users with various beach images and changes their Google Chrome settings. If you have found those changes undesirable, you can undo them by deleting the extension responsible for applying them. It should not be that hard with our help.
It does not matter you have downloaded My Tropical Beach New Tab from the Chrome Web store (chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/my-tropical-beach-new-tab/bpdnomamldndfpklbahbbflkgdmfakbo?hl=en), a third-party page, or it has entered your computer in a software bundle, you will still see changes applied to your Google Chrome browser. As has already been mentioned in the first paragraph, your homepage and your New Tab page will be modified. The page mystart.com/new-tab/mytropicalbeach/ set by My Tropical Beach New Tab only contains a search box the middle. It returns Yahoo! search results but, according to specialists at pcthreat.com, they might be modified. This is, they might have nothing in common with your search queries and only promote certain third-party pages. This is one of the reasons this piece of software has been classified as a potentially unwanted program. If you have not installed My Tropical Beach New Tab willingly on your computer, do not even consider keeping it installed. There are much more trustworthy search tools out there, and you can set a summer vacation Wallpaper of your choice easily. Therefore, we are sure you will not regret deleting this Chrome extension.
It has fallen into the category of potentially unwanted programs not only because it changes browsers’ settings and might show the modified search results. Researchers at pcthreat.com say that fully trustworthy programs never travel in software bundles, so since My Tropical Beach New Tab can come bundled with other third-party applications, it has been immediately placed under this category of software. At the time of writing, My Tropical Beach New Tab has been downloaded from the Chrome Web store, which is its official source, 4 446 times, but we do not know how many computers in has already entered in software bundles, so it is hard to make a conclusion about its popularity. Either way, users should not keep this application installed, especially if they have not downloaded it voluntarily because it is not as decent as it claims to be. Also, you could not set a new homepage or New Tab URL unless you delete this piece of software.
The My Tropical Beach New Tab extension can be removed quite easily, so it should not be hard for you to get rid of the unwanted page set as your homepage and the New Tab URL. Open the Add-ons Manager and delete this piece of software from there – our instructions provided below this article will help you. If you find it too hard to delete it manually, we are sure that a reputable automatic tool will help you to take care of it. We recommend using SpyHunter because we know that it will not leave a single threat active on your computer if you perform a system scan with it.
Delete My Tropical Beach New Tab