Was it really cnet?
by mynameisgame - 6/3/12 12:49 PM
In Reply to: i will never by PIRSIG289
Hi, so I just wanted to say sorry and I feel your pain whether or not it was cnet that caused babylon to download or whatever. So I'm posting this for ANYONE WHO CANNOT GET RID OF F***ING BABYLON SEARCH, you've probably gotten tired of reading this but here are the steps that I took:
1 - Go to the bottom start tab, to your control panel on the right, double click on add or remove programs, find babylon and get rid of the motherf***er!
2 - Then open IE, go to the tools tab above, click on manage add-ons, then click on toolbars and extensions as well as search providers and disable/remove the b*****d!!
3 - Finally (this is what restored my sanity and my original google homepage tab), stay in tools and click on internet options, then on the settings under the heading tabs, then where it says, "when a new tab is opened, open:", change "The new tab page" to "Your first home page" or "A blank page" (whichever you prefer).
This probably won't help everybody but it helped me and I can now cool down LOL. Have a great day!!!
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