The uSearch search enhancer uses the Usearch.co.id web portal that security experts recognize as a browser hijacker. The uSearch browser hijacker may arrive on your computer as an optional offer under the 'Advanced' or 'Custom' option of freeware installers. The uSearch browser hijacker may appear in your 'Programs and Features' panel as a browser plug-in and link several runtime DLL files to Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. The uSearch browser hijacker might edit your Windows Registry settings to change the search scopes in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox to Usearch.co.id. The uSearch browser hijacker may change your default start page and new tab settings as well as to redirect you to Usearch.co.id and recommend software like Browser+ ProApp and CompareNBuy. The applications related to the uSearch browser hijacker might decrease your overall computer performance and prevent you from loading 720p and 1080p videos on YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion. Computer users that are infected with the uSearch browser hijacker will find that they can't customize the number of search results on Usearch.co.id and may not receive results in the video and images category. The Usearch.co.id web portal has a news feed reader that may seem useful but it is not customizable, and the search service by uSearch is not nearly as fast as Bing and Google. Computer users that install the uSearch software may experience pop-up windows and browser redirect to less-known online stores where their billing information may be at risk. Computer users should use a credible anti-malware instrument to delete the uSearch browser hijacker linked to Usearch.co.id safely.
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