The interface of Websearch.freesearches.info is very suspicious, which should help you realize that this search tool cannot be trusted. This search engine does not offer any features besides the Search, and even this tool initiates redirecting to a third-party search engine google.com. This suspicious hijacker that requires removal was not created by Google, and promoting the services of Google is the least of its concerns. This reputable search engine is employed only to trick computer users into thinking that the hijacker can be trusted, and some users are fooled by this devious trick. Needless to say, we would not urge you to delete Websearch.freesearches.info from your PC if this were not necessary.
The suspicious advertisements, including banner ads and sponsored search results, might be used to infiltrate other computer infections. You certainly do not need more threats entering your PC, because you might already need to delete malicious infections. Justplugit-based adware (e.g., SalePrizes) and PUPs (e.g., EZDownloader) could have been installed onto your PC packaged with the malicious hijacker. Remember that not all threats are clearly notable, which is why you should not assume that they do not exist if you cannot notice their activity yourself. Instead, trust a legitimate malware scanner that will tell you exactly which threats you need to delete from your PC.
Can you remove Websearch.freesearches.info-related malware manually? This is a very important question you need to ask yourself before you jump to the removal of the hijacker itself. If you cannot delete malware, what you should do is follow the instructions below and install an automated malware removal tool to delete the remaining threats. If you believe you can delete malware manually, first delete Websearch.freesearches.info and then proceed with the removal of the remaining infections.
Delete from Internet Explorer:
Delete from Google Chrome:
Delete from Mozilla Firefox: