FreeLocalWeather Toolbar Removal Guide

FreeLocalWeather Toolbar is an application that will provide you with local weather forecasts, news, pollen counts and more. The toolbar has such quick access buttons as Weather, Radar, Allergy Report and Tide Predictions. It also provides you with Ask search. The program is compatible with all popular browsers. It was created by Mindspark Interactive Network. The company is responsible for a variety of similar applications not all of which are useful.

FreeLocalWeather has certain disadvantages like altering your browser settings. It changes your home page and default search provider as soon as it gets installed. We recommend that you delete FreeLocalWeather Toolbar from your PC.

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How does FreeLocalWeather Toolbar work?

As it has been mentioned above, FreeLocalWeather Toolbar can change your home page, new tab and default search engine. These modifications are made during the installation process. If you download the software from its official site and agree to the Ask offers, you allow the alterations to be made. Oftentimes computer users do not notice the offers and thus agree to them unwittingly. Ask Search is a legitimate engine, however, you should know that it will provide you with sponsored search results. It will also track your cookies to collect information about your online behavior.

It is possible that you did not download the toolbar yourself. If it entered your system while you were installing some other freeware, you may have more unwanted applications on your PC. In this case, browser settings modifications will not be the only issue. Potentially unwanted programs can cause various disturbances including flooding your browsers with adverts, causing redirects, slowing down your Internet connection and so on. If you have been noticing these symptoms, you should not hesitate to uninstall FreeLocalWeather Toolbar and other suspicious software with which it entered your computer.

How to remove FreeLocalWeather Toolbar?

In order to eliminate FreeLocalWeather Toolbar from your browsers you will first have to delete it from your system. Once you do, the toolbar will be automatically erased from Internet Explorer, however, you will have to remove it from Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome yourself. If you also want to get rid of Ask search tools you will have to reset your browsers. Full manual FreeLocalWeather Toolbar removal instructions are provided below. There is an alternative solution to deleting the software. You can download and install a malware removal tool and use it to clean your system completely. With the utility you will be able to terminate FreeLocalWeather Toolbar and other threats and make sure that your PC stays safeguarded in the future.

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Delete FreeLocalWeather Toolbar from Windows

Windows XP

  • Start → Control Panel → Add or remove programs → FreeLocalWeather → Remove

Windows 7 and Vista

  • Start → Control Panel → Uninstall a program → FreeLocalWeather → Uninstall

Windows 8

  • Win+Q → Control Panel → Uninstall a program → FreeLocalWeather → Uninstall

Remove FreeLocalWeather Toolbar from Extensions

Mozilla Firefox

  • Menu → Add-ons → Extensions → FreeLocalWeather → Remove

Google Chrome

  • Menu → More tools → Extensions → FreeLocalWeather → Trash can icon → Remove

Reset your browsers (optional)

Mozilla Firefox

  • Firefox menu → Question mark → Firefox Help → Refresh Firefox → Refresh Firefox → Finish

Google Chrome

  • Google Chrome menu → Settings → Show Advanced Settings → Reset settings → Reset

Internet Explorer

  • Alt+T → Internet Options → Advanced tab → Reset → Delete personal settings → Reset → Close

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Comments

  • Paul

    none of the anti malware programs is able to remove the stamplive adware from my computer. I’m afraid the only solution will be to go back to factory settings.

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  • Les

    I had price minus ads popping up often in all webpages.It was driving me nuts.! I removed an extension from my browser (Firefox). I started deleting the extensions that I knew were not vital. And no more popups! I do have a couple of malware programs, and they too failed to remove these ads. But removing the extensions from Firefox + the add-ons section its what did the trick! I also did the same thing to google chrome browser, I deleted some add-ons, and extensions as well.

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