If you are looking for a tool to customize your homepage and New Tab page on Google Chrome, do not install a browser extension AntiGravity Tab by any means. Even though it promises to bring “a unique look for your new tab and homepage” and, on top of that, “enhance your browsing and search experience,” it is not as perfect as it might seem to be at first glance. In fact, we cannot even call it a fully trustworthy application because it has been classified as a potentially unwanted program by specialists working at 411-spyware.com. First of all, it performs activities which trustworthy programs would never do. Second, it might arrive on computers bundled with other programs. That is, you might find it in the list of your Google Chrome extensions even if you do not willingly download and install it from the web. Are you reading this article not because you are curious but because this undesirable piece of software has already affected your browser? If the answer is “yes,” go to remove it as soon as possible. It is not a malicious application, for sure, but it might still perform undesirable activities and cause problems to you, so keeping it active is not recommended.
Specialists working at 411-spyware.com have managed to discover two sources users can download this browser extension from willingly: https://antigravityflowtab.com/ (an official website) and https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/antigravity-flow-tab-new/kmandlokobcbfodoiiohmnikamjifgbj (Chrome Web store). Since so many users have no idea why this extension is installed on their browsers, it is very likely that other distribution methods are adopted to disseminate it too. Most probably, the method used the most commonly is called bundling. It is, actually, nothing new – hundreds of suspicious programs are spread bundled these days. Make it impossible for them to show up on your system – go to install security software.
Since you already know everything about AntiGravity Tab, we hope that you will make a right decision and delete it from your browser. Its removal should not be a challenging task because it only affects one browser and does not make any changes that would be impossible/extremely hard to undo. Of course, we still recommend using our manual removal guide (you can find it below this report).