What is CrossBrowser?
CrossBrowser is classified as a potentially unwanted application that functions as a web browser. The program is based on the Chromium platform which makes its interface similar to Google Chrome. Despite the similarities, the two Internet browsers are not associated in any way. CrossBrowser was developed by ClaraLabSoftware and is identical to BoBrowser, which belongs to the same company. The unwanted program is distributed bundled with freeware and shareware. It replaces your default web browser. The main purpose of the application is to promote its associated sites. We suggest that you delete CrossBrowser as soon as you can.
How does CrossBrowser work?
CrossBrowser is distributed bundled with free third party software. It enters the system together with such unwanted programs as PicColor, WordProser, VuuPC, DesktopDock and some others. When you install freeware you need to make sure that you do not allow any additional applications to get access to your system. You need to pay attention to every step of the installation otherwise you will keep acquiring useless programs.
Once CrossBrowser gets installed, it deletes your Google Chrome shortcut and creates its own shortcut on your desktop. It also adds such shortcuts as YouTube, Google, Amazon, Wikipedia and some others. While surfing the Web with the unreliable browser, you will encounter countless ads, pop-ups, in-text links and banners. You may also get redirected to the program’s sponsor sites. Keep in mind that the adverts and the redirects may not be safe. CrossBrowser does not endorse the commercial content that it presents you with, which means you could be exposed to false data. Do not trust suspicious ads that claim you need to update your software or download additional programs. You should also steer clear of various surveys and lotteries. If you want to improve your online security, we advise that you get rid of CrossBrowser right away.
How to remove CrossBrowser?
You can remove CrossBrowser manually or automatically. If you choose the first option, you can use the instructions provided below this article. However, since it is more than likely that you have multiple unwanted programs on your computer, we recommend that you eliminate CrossBrowser and other threats using a malware removal tool. The anti-malware will perform a system scan and detect all unwanted programs. You will then be able to delete CrossBrowser from your PC. Moreover, the utility also functions as a malware prevention measure, so you will not have to worry about similar infections in the future.
Remove CrossBrowser manually
- Settings → Control Panel → Uninstall a program → CrossBrowser → Uninstall
Windows 7 and Vista
- Start → Control Panel → Uninstall a program → CrossBrowser → Uninstall
- Start → Control Panel → Add or remove programs → CrossBrowser → Remove
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