MyTransitGuide Toolbar Removal Tips

MyTransitGuide Toolbar is a browser plugin that is promoted at mytransitguide.com. The webpage states that the toolbar can help you “locate train, bus and subway schedules” by providing you with free access to transit schedules for Amtrak, Eurail, Greyhound and more.

It also helps you find timetables, maps and fare information. MyTransitGuide Toolbar is powered by Ask, so if you choose to download it, you will also be offered to set ask.com as your home page and default search engine. It is possible to decline this offer. If you do not find the application useful any more, you can uninstall MyTransitGuide Toolbar from your system.

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How does MyTransitGuide Toolbar work?

MyTransitGuide Toolbar was developed by Minspark Interactive Network, Inc. It is similar to other programs that belong to this company like PuzzleGamesDaily Toolbar, DailyImageBoard Toolbar, BetterCareerSearch Toolbar, Citysearch Toolbar and more. They all offer different services, but work in a similar way: they provide you with a search box and quick access buttons. MyTransitGuide Toolbar contains such buttons as Trip Planner, Train & Bus Routes, Subway Maps and Local Transit. Some computer users may find it useful. If you are not one of them you can delete MyTransitGuide Toolbar from your PC.

One of the most important features of the application is that it is powered by Ask. This means that during its installation you are offered to modify your browser settings. If you did not notice this offer and did not un-check the required boxes, your browser settings have been altered. Ask.com gets set as your home page, new tab and default search provider. Ask home page contains various links and ads that you may not be interested in. Ask Search provides you with reliable search results, however, they also include commercial data. If you do not want to make use of these search tools, you will have to reset your browser settings.

How to remove MyTransitGuide Toolbar?

If you want to terminate MyTransitGuide Toolbar, we suggest you do it automatically. Implement a malware removal tool that will scan your PC, detect all elements of the application and eliminate MyTransitGuide Toolbar completely. Alternative solution would be to uninstall program manually. To do that you will have to remove MyTransitGuide Toolbar from your system and erase its extension from Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. Also, if your browser settings have been modified by Ask.com, you will have to reset them. More detailed instructions are presented below and if you follow them correctly, you should have no difficulties with MyTransitGuide Toolbar removal.

MyTransitGuide Toolbar Removal

1) Uninstall MyTransitGuide Toolbar from Windows

Windows XP

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

Windows 7 & Vista/Windows 8

  • Start/Settings → Control Panel → Uninstall a program → MyTransitGuide → Uninstall

2) Delete MyTransitGuide Toolbar from browsers

Mozilla Firefox

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

Google Chrome

  • Menu → Tools → Extensions → MyTransitGuide → Trash can icon → Remove

3) Reset your browser settings (optional)

Internet Explorer

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

Mozilla Firefox

  • Alt+H → Troubleshooting Information → Refresh Firefox → Refresh Firefox

Google Chrome

  • Alt+F → Settings → Show Advanced Settings → Reset settings → Reset

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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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