- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Strange toolbar installed without Your permission
- Slow internet connection
- Slow Computer
It is entirely possible that you have installed the extension yourself and are now just looking how to delete Freecause Toolbar, however, that is not its only way into computers. Add-ons from Conduit very often travel as drive-by downloads, and this one is no exception. In any case, this toolbar is probably not the only unwanted program in your computer. If you did install the extension from the aforementioned website, you probably also have PasswordBox and TuneUp Utilities 2013 in your computer, too. In this instance, you are not tricked during installation for your default home page and search to be changed to Conduit Search. If you were, you will find instructions on how to get rid of that below this article.
Fortunately, it is fairly easy to get rid of Freecause Toolbar. Depending on whether you installed it yourself or not and how much attention you paid during the installation process the length of removal will vary. At the most, you need to uninstall a few programs, delete some extensions and change browsers’ settings. The instructions on all that are below. After you successfully eliminate all parts of the toolbar, make sure to scan your computer to check for any infections.
Freecause Toolbar Removal Guide: from your operating system
From your browser: