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Remove Inbox Toolbar - how it works

  • Sep 25, 2020
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The Inbox Toolbar promises you quick access to many information sources. What sounds good at first glance, is in reality a disadvantage for you. We will show you how to get rid of the Toolbar again.

Remove Inbox Toolbar completely

Applications such as the Inbox Toolbar the so-called Browser Hijacker are. This means that the program will change your browsing experience to your disadvantage. For example, your home page will be changed or you will be redirected to advertising sites with more Malware. Can you remove the pest so:
  1. Open the Windows control panel and search for the Inbox Toolbar.
  2. Uninstall the application then via the right-click menu. On this occasion, you should remove other programs that were recently installed, but unknown occurrence.
  3. Download now in addition, the Tool AdwCleaner from the Chip Download Portal.
  4. Install the program and run a complete system scan. Adwcleaner will scan your System to match the remnants of Adware, and other malicious programs.
  5. Then restart your computer.
Remove Inbox Toolbar

Browser-shortcuts to examine

Not infrequently, the Browser Hijacker manipulate the shortcuts for the Start of the Browser. You must, however, investigate for yourself:
  1. Click with the right mouse button on the link to your Browser (for example Chrome or Firefox) and click on "properties".
  2. Go to the tab "shortcut" and click in the "destination"field.
  3. Navigate to the end of the Link text, this should be ".exe" (see Screenshot). You can delete, otherwise, all entries after that, and confirm with "OK".
  4. Repeat the procedure for all other Browser you use.
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Browser Profiles to reset

So that you can be really sure that nothing remains of the malware in your Browser left over, you should reset it. Here you will find the instructions for:
In a further practical tip we will explain to you the difference between a Virus and Adware.