Everyday Manuals Toolbar
Everyday Manuals Toolbar will be installed on your computer and will appear at the top of your Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox browsers if you install the EverydayManuals extension from the Chrome Web Store or download the piece of software for finding product manuals online from everydaymanuals.com. Even though this application seems to be quite beneficial, specialists cannot call it a very trustworthy application because it has several drawbacks. Instead, researchers at pcthreat.com suggest putting this program into the category of potentially unwanted applications. This piece of software has been classified as a PUP not without a reason. More detailed information about Everyday Manuals Toolbar is provided further in this article. If you make a decision to get rid of it after reading this article, feel free to use the manual removal guide prepared by specialists working at pcthreat.com.
No matter you download the EverydayManuals extension from its official website everydaymanuals.com or the Chrome Web Store (chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/everydaymanuals/genajjnkfigihcnhlccdmhnbheniknmm) because these two versions do not differ at all. The one and only difference is that one is compatible with Google Chrome only while the other works on Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. The first thing that you will notice after the installation of Everyday Manuals Toolbar is the new extension in the list of add-ons (its ID matches the Chrome Web Store’s ID). On top of that, your homepage and the New Tab settings will be changed to hp.myway.com. As this software changes the settings of browsers and puts a toolbar at the top of the browser, specialists have immediately recognized that it is the new product of Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc., which has already developed a bunch of different toolbars, including MyScrapNook Toolbar, Video Scavenger Toolbar, and Filmfanatic Toolbar. Even though the settings of your browsers will be changed after the installation of Everyday Manuals Toolbar, we cannot call this software a browser hijacker because it tells users about the changes that are going to be applied in small letters.
All Mindspark toolbars have their official web pages and can be downloaded from them. Everyday Manuals Toolbar is no exception. As we have already mentioned in the second paragraph, users can get it from the Chrome Web Store or everydaymanuals.com, which is known to be its official website. Unfortunately, there is a group of users who cannot explain how this browser plugin has appeared on their computers, so specialists have carried out research to find out what other distribution methods are used to spread toolbars that belong to Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc. Research has shown that Everyday Manuals Toolbar could have been installed on your computer if you have clicked on an advertisement offering to install useful software as well. Do you remember doing so? If so, it means that we have solved a mystery how it has appeared on your PC.
It does not really matter how Everyday Manuals Toolbar has entered your computer because we still suggest getting rid of it to protect the privacy and reduce the risk of being taken to a corrupted third-party website one day. Unfortunately, the uninstaller will remove the toolbar from Internet Explorer only, so if you use Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, you will need to find another way to get rid of it. If it is the first time you are going to erase the browser plugin manually, you should definitely use our manual removal guide. Another way to erase it would be to scan the system with an automatic malware remover, such as SpyHunter.
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