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I found this information, which works to remove it from Firefox. A similiar method in Chrome may do the same thing. If someone knows how to do the same in chrome, reply to my post
To remove Blekko from Firefox:
"Blekko is not virus, you agreed to install it when you installed some other program. I needed to download something from CNET (very safe, verified downloads), and I had to agree to d/l at least some part of Blekko for it to proceed.
On Blekko's website (blekko.com), you will find all of the instructions on how to get rid of the toolbar, reset your search engine, etc, (or there are instructions posted in this thread if you don't trust the site).
I did all these by myself, but had one hell of a time changing it so when I simply typed a search term in the header bar it didn't automatically search via Blekko.
Here are the instructions via the site. (CAUTION: messing up your registry is not a good thing. If you are a novice, PLEASE let someone else do this for you!!!)
o change your address bar search:
Type about:config in the address bar and click “Enter”.
This brings up a warning. Click on “I’ll be careful, I promise!”
Type “keyword” in the Search: section and hit enter.
Double-click on the Preference Name keyword.URL.
This will bring up a pop-up. Enter the value of the search engine you would like to use. For Google, enter this exact text in the text field: http://www.google.com/search?q= Click OK and close and re-open your browser. This should fix your address bar search."