EverydayMemo Toolbar is considered to be a potentially unwanted program, also known as PUP in short. Our researchers say the extension falls under such classification because it may hijack a user’s browser and encourage him to search the Internet with an untrustworthy search engine as a result. The problem is while using the software’s provided search engine users could encounter unreliable advertising content coming from unknown sources. Naturally, if you care about your system’s safety, we would not recommend interacting with such material. In fact, we believe the safest option would be not to risk encountering potentially dangerous ads by erasing application that might display it. If you think so as well, you could slide below this article and eliminate EverydayMemo Toolbar with our displayed instructions. However, if you read this article first, you could learn more critical details about the PUP.
First of all, users should know the program can be downloaded from its official site called everydaymemo.com/index.jhtml and Chrome Web Store page (chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/everydaymemo/bcokjaadlinkodiejpjnkhoeahbngabi). Besides, it is possible EverydayMemo Toolbar might be spread through bundled installers too. Thus, some users might receive it without even realizing it. As you see in some cases the only way to learn about additional software suggestions or deselect them is to pick advanced or custom installation. Sadly, users who want to rush the process usually do not bother selecting advanced settings or reviewing any information on the installation wizard. Consequently, we would recommend paying more attention to the installation process as investing a couple of minutes of your time for reading the terms could help you avoid unwanted tools or learn vital details about the chosen program.
Besides, the provided search engine (search.myway.com), the PUP’s website should offer links to popular web pages like facebook.com and a tool for creating notes. The later feature might look rather handy, but considering you would have to keep such an unreliable application as EverydayMemo Toolbar on the system we do not think the note tool is worth it. Surely, there are more reliable applications for creating notes, for example, Microsoft OneNote that works as a digital notebook and has many useful features, such as sharing notes with other program’s users.
All things considered, we believe it would be safer to get rid of EverydayMemo Toolbar. If you do not like how it might change your homepage or new tab page settings and the possibility its search engine could introduce you to potentially dangerous advertising content, we recommend deleting it with no hesitation. Users who would like to remove the PUP manually could follow the instructions located at the end of this paragraph. They will explain how to erase the extension from browses like Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. Another way to eliminate the application is to employ a reliable antimalware tool. After scanning the system, it should detect the PUP along with other possible threats and pressing the displayed deletion button should remove them all at the same time.
Erase EverydayMemo Toolbar from Internet Explorer
Windows 8 & Windows 10
Windows Vista & Windows 7
Remove EverydayMemo Toolbar from other browsers