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Danger level 7
Type: Browser Plugins
Common infection symptoms:
  • Changes default search engine

Inbox Toolbar

A lot of computer users are wondering whether they can trust Inbox Toolbars. The applications promoted at work on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox and they are safe to use. The term Inbox Toolbar stands for a great variety of browser extensions, which are aimed at different groups of computer users. Inbox Toolbars include Movie Toolbar, Music Toolbar, Radio Toolbar, Maps Toolbar, Games toolbar, News Toolbar and some other browser extensions. Inbox Toolbars can be customized by adding an e-mail notifier, Crawler Smileys, a link to weather forecasts and other features.

It is important to note that an Inbox Toolbar changes the home page and the default search provider of the browsers if you pay no attention to the options provided by the installer. The home page can be changed to, which contains links several search options and links to Inbox services. In addition to the search hits, the search engine displays a list of search keywords which are presented as advertisements. By clicking on one of the keywords, you are taken to another search results page related to that particular search term.

Moreover, the installers of Inbox Toolbars distributed free programs. This fact is also presented at the bottom of every download page of an Inbox Toolbar. Here is how it is presented:

This free toolbar may include software offers that enhance your computing experience.

An Inbox Toolbar may promote RebateInformer, PC Power Speed, Online Vault, and Site Ranker. RebateInformer is an adware program which provides the user with search-based coupons and online offers. The adware program can be removed by the spyware removal tool SpyHunter. The other programs mentioned are rated as safe.

Nevertheless, we recommend that you pay close attention to the license agreement of the toolbar and decline the installation of unknown programs. When you are sure that you can trust those programs that are promoted by the installer of the toolbar, you can install them separately.

If you are not satisfied with some Inbox Toolbar and want to remove it from the computer, the removal guide provided below should help you to get rid of it. In case you have any questions regarding the removal of the Inbox Toolbar, feel free to leave a comment below. Moreover, if you want to be sure that you can browse the Internet safely, implement a powerful anti-spyware program which can recognize unreliable programs, so that you do not have to suffer unpleasant consequences after installing some unreliable program.

How to remove Inbox Toolbar

Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Select Uninstall a program.
  4. Remove the toolbar.

Windows XP

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Uninstall the unwanted application.

Windows 8

  1. Move the mouse to the lower corner of the screen.
  2. Right-click.
  3. Click Control Panel.
  4. Select Uninstall a program.
  5. Remove the unwanted Inbox toolbar.
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How to manually remove Inbox Toolbar

Files associated with Inbox Toolbar infection:


Inbox Toolbar DLL's to remove:


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