After a long bout with Delta-Search.com & Delta Search Toolbar being installed on one of our test PCs, we have come to the conclusion that PC users who have this toolbar and redirect site installed are completely fed up. We know that during our time with Delta-Search.com & Delta Search Toolbar aggravation has reached a pinnacle when using this particular system. We get several redirects to the Delta-Search.com site and the Delta Search Toolbar is acting as if it is our only search engine choice for searching the internet.
One of the easily deceptive aspects of Delta Search is how it is able to change your web browser’s default settings for the home page and search engine website. Also, we noticed how Delta Search will installed from many different software downloads on the internet from trusted sources, even the downloads.com site. We won’t name the specific programs that Delta Search installs automatically from, but we know for a fact that various installation apps available for installing shareware are somehow in business with the marketers for Delta Search. These installers, by default, will load Delta Search Toolbar on your computer and at the same time change your internet settings. This to us is somewhat of a misleading scheme.
Although the practices of companies who want to install various toolbars and add-ons onto your Windows PC and web browser programs are questionable, they do it and get away with it. What we want to share with you is that you can easily remove Delta Search and the Delta Search Toolbar in a variety of ways. For computer users who are a little tech savvy, you can manually delete or uninstall Delta Search /Delta Search Toolbar and stop the redirects to the delta-search.com website all of your web browsers (internet explorer, chrome, firefox). The process for this, as we outlined below, takes a bit of patience and the aptitude to follow each removal step. For those who wish to allow another program, a trusted antimalware download, to remove Delta Search and all of its components… you may do so by first using the download below to scan your system in preparation to remove Delta Search automatically.
Update: We have received several reports from PC users that the searchgol.com site has also been a culprit or redirect threat related to Delta Search Toolbar and the delta-search.com redirect site.
Delta Search sample image:
Delta Search files:
Delta Search registry entries:
- HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “” = “[random]“
- HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[random]“
How to boot into Safe Mode with Networking: