OnTargetYoga Toolbar Removal Guide

Do you know what OnTargetYoga Toolbar is?

The appearance of a suspicious toolbar with Yoga-related buttons on your Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome suggests that OnTargetYoga Toolbar is installed on your computer. Even though it can be downloaded directly from the Chrome Web Store (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ontargetyoga/bmjgcbjkkidfnefbipkbgjmddcfllbkm?utm_source=inline-install-disabled), it does not mean that all users install it consciously. Some of them say they know nothing about the installation of OnTargetYoga Toolbar, and we know they tell the truth because research conducted by our experienced team of researchers has shown that this piece of software might be distributed as one of the components in software bundles. Additionally, it might be promoted via pop-up advertisements. No matter what the reason you have OnTargetYoga Toolbar installed on your computer is, this Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc. product is the same potentially unwanted application in all the cases. Because of this, we suggest that you remove it. Keep in mind that its removal is the only way to remove the page set on your browsers.

OnTargetYoga Toolbar is not harmful malware, so it does not try to stay unnoticed even though it appears on the user’s computer from a software bundle. It is impossible not to notice its installation because it immediately sets a page on all browsers it affects. This page contains a search tool powered by hp.myway.com. Also, you will find a bar with Yoga Basics, Yoga & Lifestyle, Relaxation Radio, and other buttons that redirect to third-party websites. Without a doubt, all these websites can be accessed without the help of OnTargetYoga Toolbar. We cannot promise that you could safely search for the information on the web if you use the search tool this Mindspark toolbar promotes too. There is a possibility that you will be presented with some modified search results. Theoretically, some of them might lead to dubious websites, so if you still use it, you should inspect search results returned to you carefully before clicking on any of them.OnTargetYoga Toolbar Removal GuideOnTargetYoga Toolbar screenshot
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If you have found OnTargetYoga Toolbar installed on your PC without your knowledge, we are sure you are not familiar with the contents of its Privacy Policy document too. You should know that this piece of software will collect information as long as you keep it active on your system. It will, of course, record information you provide consciously, including your name, email address, telephone number, etc. Additionally, it will capture some information automatically. It should collect the following details from your device: IP address, browser type, language, content of cookies, etc. Last but not least, Mindspark Interactive Network Inc. might receive information from third parties too. It is very likely that the gathered data will be used to show you targeted advertisements in the future.

As mentioned at the beginning of this report, not all users install OnTargetYoga Toolbar willingly. Some of them find a new page set on their browsers and only then find out about the installation of this potentially unwanted program. Potentially unwanted applications are quite prevalent, so if you keep your system unprotected, we are sure you will soon encounter a new undesirable application. The installation of a reputable security application is all you should do to ensure your system’s maximum protection.

Luckily, potentially unwanted applications are not harmful threats whose removal is complicated. You will remove OnTargetYoga Toolbar from your Internet Explorer by deleting it through Control Panel. As for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, you will need to remove the extension associated with this toolbar through the add-ons manager in order to disable OnTargetYoga Toolbar completely. Below-provided instructions will help you to get rid of OnTargetYoga Toolbar, but if you find this removal method too challenging, you can remove undesirable software using an antimalware scanner.

Remove OnTargetYoga Toolbar

Internet Explorer

Windows XP

  1. Click Start.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Select OnTargetYoga Toolbar and click Remove.

Windows 7/Vista/8/8.1/10

  1. Tap Win+R.
  2. Type Control Panel in the box and click OK.
  3. Click Uninstall a program.
  4. Select OnTargetYoga Toolbar and click Uninstall.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Tap Ctrl+Shift+A.
  3. Locate the extension you want to remove, select it, and click Remove.

Google Chrome

  1. Start Google Chrome and press Alt+F.
  2. Click More tools.
  3. Click Extensions.
  4. Select the undesirable browser extension.
  5. Click Remove.
  6. In the confirmation window, click Remove again.

In non-techie terms:

OnTargetYoga Toolbar might seem to be a beneficial application, but you should not install it on your computer if you do not want to find your preferred homepage gone. Yes, it sets a new website on all users’ browsers in all the cases. It will also record tons of details about you as long as you keep it active on the system. Since OnTargetYoga Toolbar is only a potentially unwanted program, you will get rid of it without any problems.