BrowseStudio is an adware application that comes from the SuperWeb family of potentially unwanted applications. On the surface, BrowseStudio makes an impression that it can improve your web browsing experience by enhancing your web search function. It also says that it can help you purchase your favorite goods at a lower price. However, these claims are voice because BrowseStudio cannot be trusted. You must remove BrowseStudio immediately because an adware application should not be allowed to remain in your computer at any cost. Adware programs are too vulnerable to be trusted completely.
We claim that BrowseStudio and other adware applications from the same group (like KingBrowse, Lampy Lighty, Key Lime Lizard, etc.) are vulnerable because they have really light privacy regulations and, as a result, it allows malevolent third parties to exploit the likes of BrowseStudio on a regular basis. Suspicions ensue from the moment of distribution because the direct download link at browsestudio.com is unavailable. Hence, we can assume that BrowseStudio gets into your system together with other potentially unwanted applications via third-party websites. For example, you might download a freeware app that has BrowseStudio in its setup, and if you install the app without checking all the installation steps, it would not be surprising if BrowseStudio enters your system as well.
BrowseStudio is not too conspicuous even if it installs extension on your default browser. According to the main website, it is compatible with Gooogle Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer web browsers, but our research has shown that BrowseStudio works only on Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. Apparently, the newer versions of Google Chrome block this application completely. It only proves that there is something not right about BrowseStudio. If a major web browser considers an application a potential threat, it should work as one of the best heads ups out there!
BrowseStudio will spam you with annoying commercial advertisements whenever you access BestBuy, eBay, Amazon, and any other popular online shopping website. Although it may seem at first that BrowseStudio tries to provide you with relevant shopping information, you should avoid clicking its ads because they are definitely not reliable. Most of the ads are embedded with third-party content that wasn’t reviewed by BrowseStudio, and so it could be related to malevolent third parties that are bound to distribute adware (or malware!).
To take everything into account, BrowseStudio may not be a direct computer security threat, but this application poses specific issues you should not ignore. Uninstall BrowseStudio via Control Panel and acquire a powerful computer security application that will help you keep your system safe and secure.
Windows Vista & Windows 7