iMesh Toolbar is a browser add-on which allegedly allows you to “listen to free and legal music”. The package is available in nine different languages, including Portuguese or Italian, and offers you such additional programs as the Search-Results Toolbar, iMesh media player and Torch browser. The official download page of this package is imesh.com and many computer users have already downloaded the program onto their operating systems. Nevertheless, you should be extremely cautious about installing any kind of unfamiliar programs onto the computer. One of the reasons you may want to delete iMesh Toolbar from your browsers is its ability to track your browsing activity and collect personal information:
Have you noticed that after downloading iMesh Toolbar, your browser home page has been changed to search.imesh.net? Are Search-Results Toolbar and Torch Browser both running on your PC? These are the extensions and programs which are attached to the application, and you can choose to add them during the installation. Of course, if you rush through the installation wizard, you may not notice some of these options and then get surprised when you notice unfamiliar extensions running on the browsers and programs on the computer. Additionally, you may notice desktop links to such sources as fTalk, Facebook or YouTube.
If you find the downloaded applications useless and irritating, you can delete iMesh Toolbar, reset your browser settings and remove secondary applications from your computer. To achieve this successfully – follow the guides displayed below. You can also implement a reliable spyware scanner to check if there are no malicious files running on your PC after the manual removal procedures.
|#||File Name||File Size (Bytes)||File Hash|
|1||iMesh.exe||31010816 bytes||MD5: 0587c6be41da5e94d92e94904c51865e|
|2||searchresultsDx.dll||89288 bytes||MD5: 731c9f6d56a26c98bf37607f98900549|
|3||IEBHO.dll||20 bytes||MD5: ae8c9e2d51a1a34954c61bae62091a4d|
|4||datamngrUI.exe||1546672 bytes||MD5: 72ef4aea108963dd77f323947b3cf25d|
|#||Process Name||Process Filename||Main module size|