Do you want to delete Amazon Search adds that comes abruptly while searching on Unity Dash?. In addition, to this, you’ll also find Amazon icon pinned in your Unity Launcher, by default when you installed Ubuntu 14.04.
Amazon Search adds displayed its product in the Unity dash according to your search query. Sometimes it is quite irritating, but you can quickly disable these ads easily. Just have a glance at this article to know about how to disable Amazon search ads in Ubuntu 14.04.
Steps to disable Amazon search ads:
Step 1: First, Go to the Unity bar and click on “Settings”.
Step 2: Under Settings go to “Security & Privacy” tab.
Step 3: Under ‘Security & Privacy’ window go to “Search tab”.
Step 4: On the right-hand side of the search tab You’ll see a slide bar.
Step 5: Switch Off that slide bar in order to disable Amazon add search.
Step 6: Now, go to Unity dash and type “Terminal”, you’ll see a Terminal icon, click on it to open.
Step 7: Under Terminal, type “sudo apt – get remove unity – lens – shopping” and press enter.
Step 8: Now, you have to provide your Ubuntu password in order to continue and then press enter.
Step 9: You may see some code processing, after that type “exit” to exit from the terminal.
Step 10: Now you must logout in order to make changes.
Step 11: Once you logged in, go to the Unity dash and type anything on the search bar. Now, you may see there is no Amazon adds in the dash.
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