- Annoying Pop-up's
- Strange toolbar installed without Your permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Hijacks homepage
- Changes default search engine
Webfetti Toolbar is a browser plugin that promises to provide users with a number of layouts. In addition, it says that users will be able to access the collection of emoticons, and visit the social-networking website Facebook in just one click. The toolbar itself is developed by Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc. It might be added to Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. If you do not want to keep this suspicious browser plugin, you can remove it anytime. You will find the instructions that will help you to remove Webfetti Toolbar below this article. Of course, it would be wise to read the article first.
If you install Webfetti Toolbar, you will not only notice a strange toolbar added to your browsers, but will also soon find out that your homepage and search engine have been replaced by ask.com. We cannot say that this search engine is harmful; however, there is still a slight possibility that sponsored links will still be placed next to decent search results because it goes with Webfetti Toolbar. It is rather risky to click on such links because you might be taken to untrustworthy websites. It has to be also mentioned that you will not be able to set another homepage and search provider unless you remove Webfetti Toolbar. Thus, the sooner you do that, the sooner you will be able to change the settings of your browsers.
In fact, there are hundreds of browser plugins developed by Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc. They might enter your system as well, especially if you tend to download freeware and shareware from third-party websites. If you do not want to notice the presence of a suspicious toolbar again, you should definitely install a security tool on the system and stop downloading programs from suspicious websites. It is also advisable to read the information provided in the setup wizard during the installation of any program because you might be able to decline the installation of additional programs.
It is not enough to remove Webfetti Toolbar via Control Panel in order to fully erase it from the system. According to our specialists, only Internet Explorer users will be able to remove this browser plugin via Control Panel; however, people using this browser will still have get rid of ask.com manually. If you do not have time to remove this browser plugin yourself, you can leave all the work for an antimalware tool. We recommend using SpyHunter or any other similar tool. Of course, it has to be 100% reliable.
Remove Webfetti Toolbar
Windows 7 and Vista