Full user review
"Useless, not worth anything."
It can be removed, uninstalled and blocked by your firewall or hosts file.
It's truly the best anti-propaganda for a search engine out there.
There is nothing to like.
Unfortunately it exists.
Every now and then, I come across ask.com when it's bundled with other software. You know the installation dialog, you can uncheck the ask.com items in it.
Unfortunately, unchecking things in this dialog sometimes prevents the installation of the software you want, or something else goes wrong and you'll end up with ask.com stuff on your machine anyway. This might not be the fault of the ask.com installer!
But, even when it isn't; uninstalling of ask.com stuff isn't elegant. After removal of ask.com from your system (i.e. via Add/Remove), some ask.com related stuff remains on your system. I don't like that at all.
Would be nice if ask.com could be just as aggressive in it's uninstall procedure as it is in it's install procedure. Just for those who do not want to deal with ask.com in any way or form and regret to have not payed enough attention during installation of other software or when installation of ask.com is made sort of mandatory.