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If you have installed B1 Toolbar onto your personal Windows system, it is recommended that you delete it without further delay. Also known as BrotherSoft Extreme2 B1 Community Toolbar, this browser add-on has been created by Conduit Ltd. If you are not careful with the installation of this application, it may modify your browser settings and download third party software including TuneUp Utilities 2013 and Nitro PDF Reader. Additionally, just like the similar Freecorder Toolbar or Z-game Toolbar, the installed toolbar is meant to provide you with easy access links to various suspicious sources. Overall, there is no doubt that the application has been created to promote third-party content, and the promises to enhance you own virtual experience are highly questionable. If you wish to remove B1 Toolbar or learn more about it – continue reading.
As research shows, the suspicious B1 Toolbar may be attached to your Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers once you install software from brothersoft.com. This is why it is important to stay cautious about the software you download or the installation recommendations you are presented with. If you install the application from brothersoftextreme2b1.ourtoolbar.com and check all of the provided boxes, you home page is changed to search.conduit.com. It is not recommended to use this search engine because it produces sponsored ads and pushes you to visit a number of suspicious sites. And once you visit these sources, additional web cookies are installed onto the PC. Unfortunately, some third-party cookies could be used to collect private information regarding your virtual accounts. If you do not want to become a victim of online scams – delete B1 Toolbar or at least use it with utmost care.
The removal of B1 Toolbar is not a complicated task and you can follow the instructions below which will help you delete it manually. Of course, we recommend that you install authentic security software to guard the computer and remove other potentially running malware. If you do not want to invest money on necessary security software, you should at least scan the PC with a reliable spyware scanner. This will help you determine what other programs should be deleted alongside the toolbar.
How to delete B1 Toolbar from Windows?
Delete from Windows XP:
Delete from Windows Vista and Windows 7:
Delete from Windows 8:
How to remove from web browsers?
How to manually remove B1 Toolbar
Files associated with B1 Toolbar infection:
B1 Toolbar DLL's to remove: