Babylon Toolbar Removal Guide

Do you know what Babylon Toolbar is?

Babylon Toolbar can offer search engine and multilingual translation services; however, this is not all that the extension can bring, as the questionable browser plugin may also implement browser helper objects to collect information about your online sessions and can help schemers to flood your PC with deceptive advertisements. It is very important to have the Babylon Toolbar removed from the system because the add-on can be treated as an adware downloader and a browser hijacker.

Even though it is most likely that you will authorize the activity of the extension by downloading it directly from the website, it is also possible that you will either be offered to install it by downloading bundled software, or you will simply find it attached to the browser. There could be more ways for the toolbar’s creators to activate the plugin within the browser, and, therefore, it is safe to say that this application may be linked to some questionable, illegal processes.

Alongside legitimate services, the Babylon Toolbar may tamper with the search engine activity and produce filtered results, where affiliate websites would be displayed on the first page and those that could produce reliable information would be pushed back. Even though this may sound harmless, plugin’s developers could generate profit from this unfair filtering. If cyber criminals paid money, they could be validated to produce their own advertisement-filled web pages that would appear at the top of your search results. Note that clicks on these top-listed sources could assist schemers into infiltrating more malware into the PC.

Manual Babylon Toolbar Removal Instructions

Windows 8:

  1. Go to the Metro UI start screen (tap the Windows key) and right-click.
  2. Click All apps from the bottom right corner and go to Control Panel.
  3. Now click on Uninstall a program and find the application you want to remove.
  4. Right-click on the Toolbar and select Uninstall.

Windows Vista/7:

  1. Click on the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  2. Go to Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click on Babylon Toolbar and select Uninstall.

Windows XP:

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Click on Control Panel and then Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Select the item you want to delete and click Remove.

Delete from the browsers

Internet Explorer:

  1. Open the browser and simultaneously tap Alt+T.
  2. Click Internet Options and click on the Advanced tab.
  3. Click on Reset and confirm the selection. Click OK.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and simultaneously tap Alt+H.
  2. Click on Troubleshooting Information.
  3. Now click on Reset Firefox to restore regular browser settings.
  4. Click Reset again and then Finish.

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and simultaneously tap Alt+F.
  2. Go to Tools and select Extensions.
  3. Find the Babylon Toolbar and click on the trash icon placed next to it. Click Remove.
  4. Now select Settings from the menu on the left to modify browser settings.
  5. Navigate to On Startup, select “Open a specific page” and hit Set pages.
  6. Find the unwanted startup page and click “x”. Click OK.
  7. Navigate to Appearance, select Home Page and click Change.
  8. Overwrite the set home page to your preferred one and click OK.
  9. Finally, move to Search and click on Manage search engines.
  10. Select a preferred option (or add new) and click Make default, then click “x” on the unwanted option. Click OK.

In non-techie terms:

It is possible that if you try to find out how to delete Babylon Toolbar, the search results will not produce any reliable information, and the extension will not be listed in the Control Panel. This could create serious difficulties with the toolbar’s removal; therefore, it is recommended to have the plugin inspected and deleted by implemented automatic removal tools, which could also scan the computer for any other existing infections. If you want to have the Babylon Toolbar removed manually, find and delete its malignant components, dropped .dll files, remove the extensions from browser option menus, and scan your PC for possibly active malware.

Aliases: Babylon Toolbar.

  • connie smith

    What spyware removal tools do you recommend to remove the Babylon tool bar??

  • Scott