deleting yontoo

How do you get rid of yontoo garbage snuck in by CNET?

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Try it this way ...

From Internet Explorer and Firefox on a PC: Go to the Windows Start menu on your computer and then to Control Panel > Add/Remove ("Programs & Features" in Vista & Windows 7) and click "Remove" next to "Yontoo Layers."

From Firefox on a Mac: In the top menu, go to Tools > Add-ons. Select the Yontoo Layers logo and then click Uninstall. Note: You cannot uninstall PageRage from a PC with these instructions; see the steps above for uninstalling PageRage from a PC.

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Thank you for the info, however, the 'yontoo layers' isn't revealed, only pops up on occasion showing it's there, just not in uninstall commands. Perhaps you can tell me how to get rid of 'Search Conduit'. it only pops up on occasion, but is never listed in the uninstall section, either, where 'legitimate' programs are found. I emailed conduit and they REFUSED to tell me how to remove the search engine, which is HIDDEN. Forced uninstall programs are proving inefficient, also. *sigh*
I am using Windows 7 and both Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers. Both are the highest upgrade versions

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