Friday, September 23, 2011

Removal of Babylon Search Toolbar in Start menu

Babylon Search (Babylon Toolbar) is a name of very popular web-site and toolbar. These web search helpers are installed as vaguely declared products coming along with desktop translation utility, which name these bear, as a matter of fact.
However the above occurrences related to web-navigation, and even the software promoted, used to be marked as advertisement one, now not a single of the common knowledge databases has these listed as threats. Indeed, the software is installed in agreement with user, and there is easy way to uninstall Babylon products. In Windows, simply go Control Panel at Start Menu. In XP, proceed to Add/Remove Programs table, find and remove Babylon software. Win 7 and Vista users have a bit different icon to click at Control Panel. Its name is Programs. On clicking it, you still need to click Programs and Features. On doing so, you can select the unwanted program so that you could get rid of Babylon adware clicking Uninstall. You can easily disable toolbar in your browser add-ons (applications) tab.
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Anonymous said...

Doesn't work. It is much more invasive than just removing in the control panel or disabling in internet webpage toolbar. You need to do more research.

Anonymous said...

Yes. I agree with poster above. Babylon is becoming more well known for being invasive douchebags. They load your system with all sorts of configuration and registry changes. A simple uninstall is just the tip of the iceberg.

Anonymous said...

I also agree, Babylon is deeply embedded and hidden so a normal uninstall does not seem to affect it.