- Slow Computer
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
DailyHomeGuide Toolbar is an application that promises its users to provide them with free “do it yourself” advice. Once installed, the toolbar presents Shop, DIY Projects, Remodeling, Save, and EnergyAudits tabs. If you click these tabs, you are presented with various links to third-party sites that are meant to provide you with the appropriate content. Needless to say, the toolbar works, and not many users choose to delete it. Nonetheless, there is one reason why some computer users believe that they must remove DailyHomeGuide Toolbar.
Mindspark Interactive Network is the company that has developed DailyHomeGuide Toolbar, and various other browser extensions, including PremierDownloadManager Toolbar and TranslationBuddy Toolbar. All toolbars designed by Mindspark are introduced to users packaged with Ask Search tools. These tools are installed by default; however, every user has a chance to reject them, which is why we do not delete DailyHomeGuide Toolbar-related search tools as browser hijackers. Nonetheless, the installation of the suspicious search software is the main motive behind the removal of the toolbar itself.
If you have downloaded the DailyHomeGuide Toolbar from dailyhomeguide.com, there is no doubt that you have had your chance to refuse the installation of Ask Search tools. Of course, if you have installed the application abruptly, you may have missed the opportunity. If so, the home page of your IE, Firefox, and Chrome browsers is now changed to home.tb.ask.com, and the web searches are operated via search.tb.ask.com. Should you delete these search tools? Should you delete DailyHomeGuide Toolbar alongside?
If you have decided to delete DailyHomeGuide Toolbar from the operating system, you can do so using the manual removal instructions presented below. Once you uninstall DailyHomeGuide Toolbar from the PC, it will be automatically deleted from the Internet Explorer browsers. Chrome and Firefox users will have to remove DailyHomeGuide Toolbar separately. You may want to follow this with the removal of the potentially undesirable Ask Search tools.
DailyHomeGuide Toolbar Removal
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Remove from Windows 8:
Delete As Search tools and undesirable extensions
Delete from Mozilla Firefox:
Delete from Google Chrome:
Delete from Internet Explorer: