At first sight, nJoyMusic Now might seem like a great tool, and the positive reviews on the Chrome web store might reassure you about it. You might acquire the extension from its official download website, njoyapps.com – where it is promoted along with nJoyMovies Now and nJoyGames Now – or you could find on the Chrome web store at chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/njoymusic-now/lhklfkdffohhlleihibccljmellhnkhg. Unfortunately, you could also let it in without realizing it, and it could come bundled with malware. While this extension is classified as a potentially unwanted program (PUP), and it is not a serious infection, you need to keep in mind that much more dangerous threats could have slithered in along with it. After all, it offers a relatively attractive service, and so it would not be surprising to find it used by malicious software distributors. Before you continue reading this report and learning how to delete nJoyMusic Now, we strongly recommend scanning your operating system to check if you need to remove anything else.
nJoyMusic Now is promoted as a music search tool, but, in reality, it is just another strange extension that makes Google Chrome users interact with questionable search results. For example, if you enter keyword “music,” you are redirected to Yahoo Search, and no specific music-related links are found. They are just your regular search results that you would find using any reputable search engine. Well, that is not exactly right. In fact, the results are likely to include sponsored content. Such content is very unpredictable, and, unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that it is safe for you to interact with it. Most likely, the creator of nJoyMusic Now modifies the results you see to include sponsored links, and money goes into the creator’s pocket if you click them. These links could be harmless, but they could be malicious too. The suspicious PUP manages to modify the results by redirecting via http://musix.eanswers.com, and so even if you trust Yahoo Search, you should not trust the results that are delivered. Without a doubt, this is one of the reasons to remove this extension.
It is most likely that you will expect to see useful music-related search results when you install nJoyMusic Now, and even though this potentially unwanted program cannot exactly provide you with that, it can appear to be useful. The interface of the search engine is quite attractive, with an animated background. You are presented with a list of top-visited sites, and different search tools for quicker results. If you use the “Music” tool, you will be routed to n.gomusix.com/search/, which is, pretty much, the only feature that is related to music. Besides that, the interface of the PUP allows you to create a “To do” list, and it presents an inspiring quote in the center. Having said that, nJoyMusic Now is still responsible for redirecting you to Yahoo Search without your permission, and that is something you cannot ignore. If you agree with our research team that it might be best to remove this potentially unwanted program, we have a few tips for you.
If you decide that you want to remove nJoyMusic Now from your system, you need to think about other threats. Are there any? If there are, the malware scanner that you should have already used would have informed you about it. Should malicious threats exist, it truly is best for you to utilize an automated anti-malware tool to have nJoyMusic Now and other threats eliminated simultaneously. By downloading this tool, you will also ensure full-time protection, which is extremely important if you want to keep your system safe and malware-free in the future. What if you want to delete the PUP and all other infections manually? That might be possible if you are more experienced and can do your own research. The guide below shows how to delete the unwanted extensions, and, hopefully, the guides available on this site can help you with the removal of all other unwanted programs. If you are encountering issues with the elimination, please post a comment below.