- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
There is a variety of browser plugins that are hard to categorize and Bizzybolt is one of them. On the surface it is definitely a browser add-on that should improve your overall search experience, and yet the fact that it is not available for download at the official website is more than suspicious. Hence, it is possible to say that Bizzybolt is a potentially unwanted program that should be uninstalled from your computer in order to keep it safe and clean. That is not to say that Bizzybolt is a malicious infection, but one cannot overlook the fact that such applications are often exploited by malware.
The official website for Bizzybolt can be accessed at bizzybolt.co and its layout already allows us to see that Bizzybolt comes from the same group of browser extensions as LemurLeap, BrowseFox, Xaven and others. It say that the application is compatible with Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox browsers and that it is “passionate about improving the web by providing the best tools to enhance the browsing experience, from searching the web to comparing online deals to find the best prices”. The online deals and best prices is the keyword in this because a lot of users complain that Bizzybolt actually functions like adware, displaying pop-ups and coupon offers.
But how does it get into the computer if the application cannot be downloaded from the official website? Just like a horde of other browser extensions, Bizzybolt is often bundled with freeware. There are a lot of shareware applications that you can download for free at third part file hosting web pages, but there is a catch for downloading a free-of-charge program – it is almost ALWAYS bundled with something additional. And that additional something might as well be Bizzybolt.
Therefore, it would be for the best to uninstall Bizzybolt from your computer right now. If you want to remove the program it came with as well, but you have no idea which application it might be, scan your computer with SpyHunter free scanner, and if you do have a potentially unwanted program installed, it will be detected immediately. Do invest in a powerful antimalware tool if need be.
How to uninstall Bizzybolt
Windows Vista & Windows 7