There is a malicious file called DSearchLink.exe spreading around. If you have just noticed this executable running in your Task Manager, you should know that this should warn you about the infiltration of a potentially unwanted program. Beware that the appearance of DSearchLink.exe means that your computer is infected with Delta-Homes.com, Delta-Search.com or other browser hijacker.
Keeping such programs installed on the system can be really dangerous because they can lead you to malicious websites that can be used for spreading other malware. Besides, no matter that they are not considered malicious, the most of them has ability to track PC users and collect data that is related to their browsing. Such information can also be called 'personally non-identifiable'. However, if it is shared with suspicious third parties, it can lead you to an increased amount of spam, the appearance of very tricky ads and other issues. Finally, you can easily find out that you can't use your browser like you did that before infiltration of delta homes virus because it can block reputable search engines (Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.) and slow down each of your web browsers.
As you can see, DSearchLink.exe is a really malicious file that is related to suspicious activity. If you would try to terminate it, you may discover it running in your Task Manager again right after rebooting computer, so you should use only automatic removal of this and other files that are related to Delta Homes. As we have already said, this browser hijacker is very suspicious and should never be used for searching. While some part of PC security experts claims that browser hijackers are not viruses, we think that there is no need to put your computer and yourself at the risk of malware..
In order to remove Delta Homes and related components, such as DSearchLink.exe, you should use one of these applications: Reimage, Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus, Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus.