How to Remove Homepage from Browsers

As if removing viruses and Trojans would not headachy enough, computer users are now encountering a series of browser attacks led by the infamous browser hijacking viruses. Bundled along freeware downloaded carelessly by us “smart” internet users, these captors take over the net surfer and manipulate various internet settings to brag their presence by indulging in wicked activities, including changing homepage to their names, adding incorrect proxies, directing users to malicious websites, corrupting DNS values, and numerous other atrocities.

Prior to proceeding this piece for the solution, let be advised to first Scan and Fix your system’s concealed disorders which most probably is eliciting the inconsistencies:

Among these PUP’s (Potentially Unwanted Programs), two PUPPY (Potentially Unwanted Program Psyching You!!) are and While one may try suing this horrendous software to change its name to, I think we all agree that something more logical needs to be done here. So, here it is; following are the methods to kill, or rather slay this vicious menace roaming freely within your system and regain what was always yours, your pride. And yeah, also your browser.


Like any other program, this trouble can be tracked down from the Programs List and uninstalled from the system. To do this, here is what you should do:

  • Enter Start Screen by pressing the Windows key and Search for Control Panel. Hit Enter when done
  • Click Uninstall a program located under Programs
  • Find Best-Found (or other similar names) from the list and right-click it
  • Choose Uninstall
  • Confirm your decision

Now then, your system is all smarty and clean. But what’s to be done about the remnants residing on the browser? Don’t panic, I know a way.

Remove from IE 11

  • Open Internet Explorer
  • Click the gears icon displayed at the top right
  • Go to Internet options
  • Under Home page, replace to
  • Click OK
  • Restart your surfer

Note: The process for removing from Mozilla and Chrome is similar. However, the steps require to reach the specific settings may be different. Doing the similar changes to these browsers will remove this adware from the respective browsers.

Notice anything new? Yeah that’s right! You’ve been transported to the more familiar, and the MILES better page.

So, that’s it then? Your computer is clean, your browser is scrubbed; does this mean Good-Bye? Well, not quite. Your computer is a VERY complex machine, containing numerous holders to store key information regarding each program. Therefore, to fully eliminate any software from your dear machine, you need to cleanse these hidden tunnels. One crucial component is the Windows Registry. Before you can wave your hand at me and bid this menace a life-long (hopefully) farewell, you need to remove its residual from this sensitive database. How, you ask? Well, I reply: by executing the steps mentioned below!

  • Open Run box by pressing Windows + R keys
  • Type regedit and hit Enter
  • Click Edit tab
  • Select Find
  • Ensure checkmarks against Keys, Values, and Data
  • Enter best-found in the Find What text field and click Find Next
  • Edit the found key and change string to
  • Use F3 key to find next, and do the same with every item
  • Restart Internet Explorer

Okay now, you are all set. Cruise through various websites, stream copious videos. Hopefully, you should not see’s face again.

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