Eazel Toolbar is a suspicious, potentially unwanted browser extension which may be downloaded from the representative site eazel.ourtoolbar.com or could be installed alongside freeware as a bundled download. The application is often categorized as malicious or dangerous to virtual security because of the ability to reconfigure browser settings. Regardless, you should note that these changes are not illegal and can be modified during the installation of the program. All in all, it is recommended having Eazel Toolbar deleted from the PC and the browsers. Continue reading to find out what removal procedures you should perform.
Some Windows users link the name of Eazel to the Delta Search toolbar which is attached to the browser after downloading a free file compressor available from eazel.info. Just like Eazel Toolbar, the application is suspicious because it may change your home page to delta-search.com and search engine to mysearchresults.com. The Delta search toolbar offers quick-access links to such suspicious sources as adserver.quizdingo.com and myplayyard.com. Manual removal of this toolbar requires you to delete such programs as BrowserProtect, DefaultTab, Delta toolbar, Eazel and SimilarWeb. Overall, we recommend having the application removed without further delay.
Eazel Toolbar removal is a task which you should perform if you care about your virtual security. Even though the program is not considered malicious and it will not be deleted by authentic malware removal software, you should not take any security risks. Below are the manual removal instructions you can use to delete Eazel Toolbar and restore browser settings. After this you should scan your PC with a reliable malware scanner.
Remove Eazel Toolbar from the PC
Windows Vista & Windows 7:
Remove Eazel Toolbar from the browsers
How to manually remove Eazel Toolbar
Files associated with Eazel Toolbar infection:
Eazel Toolbar DLL's to remove:
Eazel Toolbar processes to kill: