If you have recently installed nJoyFilm Now, you should note that this browser extension for your Google Chrome browser is categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP). Programs that are grouped as potentially unwanted are usually distributed alongside other programs to reach more users even though they may have their official websites or be promoted as separate applications on a freeware sharing website. The nJoyFilm Now browser extension is no exception. The application is accessible through the official website njoyapps.com, where some other similar programs are promoted, and in the Chrome Web Store, where more information about the extension is provided than on its official website. Having had nJoyFilm Now installed, you probably want to remove it from the browser, which you can do with the help of the removal guide provided at the end of the review.
The nJoyFilm Nowbrowser extension offers access to movies, TV series, reviews, celebrity-related news, and some other features. The extension adds its button to the browser next to the menu button (three dots) so that you can easily do a separate search in the drop-down window of nJoyFilm Now. More important, nJoyFilm Now changes the home page and new tabs of the browser. This alteration is mentioned in the description of the application given in the Google Chrome.
The nJoyFilm Now adds a graphically attractive background to the home page and new browser tabs with some tweaks that should enhance the user's experience. For example, the home page contains links to popular social networking websites and some shopping websites such as Amazon and eBay. Moreover, quotations from various works are displayed below the search box, and a to-do list box that can be filled by the user is added. These two features of nJoyFilm Now can be closed by click the close button in case they are considered unnecessary.
The reason why you should not trust this application blindly is that it redirects your search terms to movix.eanswers.com and only when provides you with search results generated by Yahoo. The Yahoo search is a widely used search engine, but the fact that your search terms are being send to a different server implies that you are being monitored by a third party. All search engines collect certain not personally identifiable information, but not only a few of them have gain users' trust and a good reputation. In order to prevent redirections to movix.eanswers.com, you should remove the nJoyFilm Now application and fix your browsers so that no questionable third party gathers information about your browsing behavior. If you prefer Yahoo as a search provider, use it without the interference of the movix.eanswer.com.
When it comes to removal, the nJoyFilm Now can be eliminated from the browser in two ways. First, you can remove it manually. Second, you can have it removed for your by anti-malware. Below you will find our step-by-step removal guide that will help you get rid of the unwanted browser extension, but we strongly advise you to implement a reputable security program so that you can be alerted whenever a malicious program attempts to access your computer. Without a professional security tool, you cannot know what malicious processes are taking place on your computer, so, if you want to be secure on the Internet and certain that your PC is malware-free, take appropriate measures to ensure that.
How to remove nJoyFilm Now