Music Toolbar is a suspicious browser plugin which can install a variety of PUPs, or potentially unwanted programs, onto your operating Windows system. The application has been developed by Bandoo Media, and if you are not careful during the installation of the toolbar you could end up installing Shareaza media player, as well as Torch web browser. The toolbar is available for Google Chrome and Internet Explorer users who might discover their browser settings hijacked after the extension is installed. In reality, it is not fair to categorize the toolbar as a browser hijacker because it introduces you to the offered browser settings modifications. Note that if you do not want to find the home page and the search page of your browsers changed you need to un-check certain boxes. Please continue reading to learn how you can remove Music Toolbar and get rid of the undesirable additional software.
If you are not happy with all of the potentially undesirable programs running on the computer, you can delete them. If you follow the first step below you will find out how to delete Music Toolbar, Shareaza media player and the Torch browser. The second removal step will help you delete the undesirable Ask search tools. Your final step should be the installation of authentic security software which would guard your virtual security and remove malware if it attacks in the future. Remember that you can post us a comment below if you have concerns or questions regarding Music Toolbar removal or the installation of legitimate security software.
Step 1: delete undesirable software
Delete from Windows XP:
Delete from Windows Vista/Windows 7:
Delete from Windows 8:
Step 2: remove undesirable search tools
Remove from Internet Explorer:
Remove from Google Chrome:
How to manually remove Music Toolbar
Files associated with Music Toolbar infection:
Music Toolbar DLL's to remove: