- Changes default search engine
- Hijacks homepage
The BetterBabyGuide Toolbar is a browser extension offering access to pregnancy and childcare-related websites. The browser extension creates a browser toolbar on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. The toolbar enables the user to browse thebump.com, parenting.com, webmd.com, and some other similar websites. This seemingly useful browser extension is a product of Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc, which is famous for many interactive and themed browser extensions. The majority of Mindspark products are promoted on separate websites, and the BetterBabyGuide Toolbar is available at betterbabyguide.com. However, this website is not the only source of the extension. The BetterBabyGuide software can be bundled with many different programs, including browser add-ons, media players, system optimization programs, and other desktop applications.
Like many other Mindspark products, the BetterBabyGuide Toolbar is powered by the Ask search engine. The toolbar features a search box which redirects you to the search results of this search provider, and we recommend that you pay more attention to the search result entries. The Ask.com search is an advertising-supported search provider, which means that it generates sponsored advertisements. According to Ask.com, they seek to provide you with links that match your interests and search terms, but bear in mind that some of the links may have nothing in common with what you are looking for. Not all sponsored links are reliable, and, if you want to remove the extension and search engine from your browsers, you can do it right now.
The BetterBabyGuide Toolbar, as well as the search engine, monitors your online behavior. Information about your browsing patters is collected automatically by certain tracking technologies. For example, Mindspark records you clicks, the websites you view, search terms, browser type, default language settings, and some other anonymous information. This type of data is collected by various browser add-ons, and the purposes of data collected are more or less the same. The developers of the toolbar want to understand your preferences, improve the quality of the service, be able to solve your issues concerning the use their product, etc. If you do not want to be monitored by the BetterBabyGuide toolbar and the search engine Ask.com, remove the browser extension and shield the system against malware and spyware programs.
When it comes to removal, we recommend that you rely on a reputable security tool. Our recommended real-time security program can easily remove the BetterBabyGuide Toolbar and safeguard the system against many unreliable programs, including browser hijackers, Trojan horses, rogue anti-virus programs, browser hijackers, ransomware, etc. In case you want to try removing BetterBabyGuide by yourself, use the following instructions but do not forget to scan the computer afterwards to make sure that all the components of the toolbar are deleted.
How to remove the BetterBabyGuide Toolbar
Windows Vista and Windows 7
Remove BetterBabyGuide from your browsers