QuickSearch 0.0.4 is yet another add-on (extension) for Mozilla Firefox browser spread online along with other free applications. Today it can be installed together with some browser hijackers, such as iStartSurf, Omniboxes, Oursurfing, etc. This add-on, however, is mainly the issue for Mozilla Firefox browser.
Whenever you attempt to open the new search tab, you will see Fast Start opening instead. This hijacker will suggest you to start your search through the built-in search form. Whenever you do so, your search queries will be redirected through some other domain name, which is a fake search engine. Obviously, by looking for the information through Fast Start you will not be able to find any relevant data that would match your search queries.
QuickSearch 0.0.4 add-on (extension) of Mozilla Firefox must be immediately disabled and deleted by you. However, in case you’ve seen this problem in your computer, most likely the home page of your browser has been hijacked too. If this is so, we recommend that you follow this tutorial below dedicated to complex malware removal from your computer with the help of Plumbytes Anti-Malware, which is a powerful antispyware program.
To remove QuickSearch 0.0.4 add-on and any related hijacker from your browser using Anti-Malware you need to download this program through the download button below. Scan your computer with it and remove all the infections it finds (with full registered version of it). Finally, it is important to reset your browsers with its help. The guide below explains how to do it effectively.
Similar video guide explaining removal of QuickSearch 0.0.4 add-on (Fast Start New Tab) from Mozilla Firefox (free uninstall guide):
Software to get rid of QuickSearch 0.0.4 automatically.
Important milestones to delete QuickSearch 0.0.4 automatically are as follows:
- Downloading and installing the program.
- Scanning of your PC with it.
- Removal of all infections detected by it (with full registered version).
- Resetting your browser with Plumbytes Anti-Malware.
- Restarting your computer.