ProductivityBoss Toolbar Removal Instructions

ProductivityBoss Toolbar is a potentially unwanted application that was developed by Mindspark Interactive Network. It is promoted at productivityboss.com, which is the official site of the program. It is stated on the page that the toolbar will allow you to perform calculations, manage online bill payments, find low prices, use a converter, and so on.

During the installation process you are also offered to change your home page and default search engine. If you no longer find the features of the application useful, you should terminate ProductivityBoss Toolbar.

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How does ProductivityBoss Toolbar work?

ProductivityBoss is not a malicious software, however, it does have certain drawbacks. The fact that it can modify your browser settings such as home page and default search engine is what most users find annoying. If during the installation, you do not notice the Ask.com offer, your settings get altered automatically. Ask Search is a trustworthy search provider, but it will show you sponsored content. Clicking on the sponsored links is not something we would recommend as they may turn out to be unsafe. The software may also track your cookies and collect information about your online browsing habits.

Although ProductivityBoss Toolbar can be acquired from its main site, it is also distributed bundled with other free software. If you did not download the application from its official page, you should be worried. The toolbar is known to travel in freeware and shareware bundles and it can come with ad-supported or even malicious programs. If these programs have entered your system, you will notice such symptoms as an increased amount of commercial ads, various redirects, Internet and system slow downs and so on. In this case, you will have to eliminate ProductivityBoss Toolbar together with the unwanted applications.

How to remove ProductivityBoss Toolbar?

If you think you have other unwanted software in your system, we suggest you remove ProductivityBoss Toolbar automatically. Download and install the anti-malware tool and scan your PC with it. The software will detect all potential threats and you will be able to delete ProductivityBoss Toolbar along with them. The security utility will also protect your computer in the future from similar and more serious online infections. If, however, you want to delete ProductivityBoss Toolbar manually, you will have to uninstall it from your computer and erase it from your browsers. The manual ProductivityBoss Toolbar removal guide below can help you with these tasks. The guide also contains instructions on how to restore your browser settings in case they have been modified by Ask.com.

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Uninstall ProductivityBoss Toolbar from Windows

Windows XP

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

Windows 7 and Vista

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

Windows 8

  • Win+S → Control Panel → Uninstall a program → ProductivityBoss → Uninstall

Eliminate ProductivityBoss Toolbar from browsers

Mozilla Firefox

  • Firefox menu → Add-ons → Extensions → ProductivityBoss → Remove

Google Chrome

  • Alt+F → More tools → Extensions → ProductivityBoss → Trash can icon → Remove

Restore browser settings (if necessary)

Reset Mozilla Firefox

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

Reset Google Chrome

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

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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