MyRadioAccess Toolbar

What is MyRadioAccess Toolbar?

Hundreds of new browser extensions are unleashed every day, but only a small portion of them are considered trustworthy. MyRadioAccess Toolbar falls somewhere in the middle. It is not a serious threat, but it is not a reliable browsing tool either. The links displayed via this toolbar are the obvious security risk, but there are few other things that you need to consider if you are thinking about removing this program. First of all, this program could be installed packaged with malware. Second, it could install tracking cookies to make sure that every virtual move you make is recorded. Finally, this toolbar might open up security backdoors. If you consider all of these risks, it is likely that you will choose to remove MyRadioAccess Toolbar from your PC. Let’s analyze this suspicious program in depth.testtest 100% FREE spyware scan and
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How does MyRadioAccess Toolbar work?

MyRadioAccess Toolbar has caught the attention of our researchers for two reasons. First of all, it is not the most reliable program that Chrome/Firefox/IE users could use. Secondly, it comes from a well-known family of suspicious software. Mindspark Interactive Network is the creator of this software, and our researchers have already discussed MetroHotspot Toolbar, FreeLocalWeather Toolbar, and other programs created by this company in the past. All of these programs are represented officially. For example, MyRadioAccess Toolbar is advertised via Unfortunately, as our research has revealed, there are plenty of other companies that could spread this software across the web. There is a great risk that these companies will bundle these relatively harmless toolbars together with more malicious infections. Some users even find multiple Mindspark toolbars bundled together.

The suspicious toolbar can present pop-up advertisements promoting the services it supports. These pop-ups might be irritating and paralyzing, which is another reason to remove MyRadioAccess Toolbar. If you do, the tracking cookies are likely to be eliminated alongside. If they do not, it is possible that parties associated with Mindspark, and Mindspark itself, will be able to spy on you. Of course, this is not something you should allow if you want to keep your virtual activity private.

How to remove MyRadioAccess Toolbar

Most users struggle with the removal of undesirable programs simply because they are inexperienced. Needless to say, if you have some sort of understanding what kind of software is installed on your PC, it should not be difficult for you to make the decision as to which removal method you need to employ. If you find out that your operating system was attacked by dangerous malware, you might want to look into legitimate security software. Of course, this software should be installed at all times, but some users choose to proceed on their own. If you do not know how to remove MyRadioAccess Toolbar manually, we have created a very simple guide that will help you initiate the process. We cannot guarantee that you will not encounter leftovers, but this should put you on the right track.

Delete MyRadioAccess Toolbar

Delete from Windows XP:

  1. Move to the left of the Taskbar and click the Start button.
  2. Open the Control Panel menu and double-click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Go to Change or Remove Programs, select the undesirable program, and click Remove.

Delete from Windows Vista/Windows 7:

  1. Click the Windows button on the Taskbar and select Control Panel.
  2. Select Uninstall a program (under Programs/Programs and Features).
  3. Right-click the application you want to remove and select Uninstall.

Delete from Windows 8/Windows 8.1:

  1. Simultaneously tap Win+R keys on your keyboard to launch RUN.
  2. Enter Control Panel and click OK.
  3. Select Uninstall a program (under Programs/Programs and Features).
  4. Right-click the program you want to remove and select Uninstall.

Delete from Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch Internet Explorer, simultaneously tap Alt+T, and click Internet Options.
  2. Click the General tab, overwrite/remove the Home Page URL, and click OK.
  3. Simultaneously tap Alt+T again and select Manage Add-ons.
  4. In the menu on the left click Toolbars and Extensions and Disable the unwanted add-ons.
  5. In the menu on the left click Search Providers and Remove the undesirable one. Click Close.

Delete from Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox, simultaneously tap keys Alt+T, and click Options.
  2. Move to the General tab and overwrite/remove the Home Page URL.
  3. Move to the Search menu and Remove the undesirable search provider.
  4. Simultaneously tap Ctrl+Shift+A to open the Add-ons Manager.
  5. Click Extensions and Remove/Disable the undesirable extensions.

Delete from Google Chrome:

  1. Launch Google Chrome, simultaneously tap Alt+F, and select Settings.
  2. Under On Startup select Open a specific page or set of pages and click Set pages.
  3. Overwrite/remove the URL representing the undesirable search tool and click OK.
  4. Under Appearance select Show Home button and click Change.
  5. Overwrite/remove the URL representing Ask Search and click OK.
  6. Under Search click Manage search engines and select a new default search provider.
  7. In the menu on the left click Extensions and find the undesirable add-on.
  8. Click the recycle bin on the right and select Remove.

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