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IMinentSmile Toolbar is a browser plugin which allows you to apply emoticons on your social networking accounts. The application is available from iminent.com; however, some might have installed the Conduit version from iminent.ourtoolbar.com. If you want to download this browser extension onto your personal computer, you have to run Windows XP/7 or Vista versions and use Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox browsers. As you download the application, you are introduced to a wizard where you can choose between the Custom and Express installation methods. Unfortunately, many Windows users wiz through the setup and pay no attention to the offered browser setting modifications. Do you want to delete IMinentSmile Toolbar because you believe it has hijacked your browser? The add-on is not malicious; however, you can remove it from your PC.
Even though IMinentSmile Toolbar is meant to provide you with quick access to Hot 108 Radio, IM – Games, IM –TV, IMNews, Emoticons, Facebook and Twitter, this application can also endanger your virtual security. It is not exactly secure to run an extension which can store your passwords and spy on your browsing sessions. What is more, it is unclear who can access this information, and if schemers could not get involved. Additionally, it has been discovered that the toolbar runs tbcore3.dll, which can run as a BHO and hijack system processes. Overall, if you have noticed any suspicious pop-ups or unauthorized redirecting to unfamiliar pages, you might need to delete existing computer infections.
If your personal computer is infected with malicious programs, you should waste no time to delete them. Are you unsure about the state of your virtual security? Install an effective and free SpyHunter’s spyware scanner to examine the system and warn about the removal of hidden malware. Regardless, to remove IMinentSmile Toolbar it may be enough to apply the manual removal instructions presented below.
Delete IMinentSmile Toolbar from the PC:
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Remove IMinentSmile Toolbar from browsers:
How to manually remove IMinentSmile Toolbar
Files associated with IMinentSmile Toolbar infection: