Your Email Accounts Toolbar Removal Guide

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If settings of your Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers have been altered, the chances are high that Your Email Accounts Toolbar has been installed on your computer. There are hundreds of programs that can apply changes to users’ web browsers; however, you can be sure that Your Email Accounts Toolbar is the one that is active on your system if you have started seeing http://search.hyouremailaccounts.com/ when you launch your web browser. This search tool is automatically opened to users because Your Email Accounts Toolbar sets it as a new homepage, search provider, and New Tab. The majority of users find out that it can make modifications to browsers only when this piece of software is installed on their computers, so it does not surprise us at all why so many people do not like what they see and make a decision to eliminate Your Email Accounts Toolbar from their computers in order to get rid of the page set. If you are reading this article because you want to remove http://search.hyouremailaccounts.com/ too, you should, first, read it till the end and only then go to undo the changes applied. Feel free to use the manual removal guide prepared by specialists working at 411-spyware.com if you still have questions about its removal after reading this report.

Users install Your Email Accounts Toolbar expecting that it will act very beneficially. Unfortunately, the majority of them do not find this piece of software very useful. Our specialists agree that it is not exactly what it seems to be at first sight. It has been observed by our researchers that it only sets a page (http://search.hyouremailaccounts.com/) that looks like a search provider. At the top of this page, you will find quick-access buttons allowing you to open Gmail, Yahoo, and check the weather forecast with the click of a button. Also, you could access Facebook, YouTube, Amazon, Twitter, and other popular websites by clicking on buttons located below the search box. Unfortunately, we still cannot call this page a reputable search provider. If you use it as your default tool for performing web searches, you will see some modified search results next to ordinary search results. They will not only allow you to find the information you are searching for as quickly as you could, but you might also end up on a dubious page by simply clicking on them. There is one more thing you should know about it. It becomes clear after reading the Privacy Policy document that belongs to the search tool set that it might collect some information about users. Polarity Technologies Ltd., the owner of this website, is the first that gets the collected data, but we cannot promise that it will not be disclosed to third parties either. Specifically speaking, it records such non-personally identifiable details like the type of browser, the type of operating system, geographic location, Internet Service Provider (ISP), IP address, etc. Additionally, it records search queries users enter even if they contain personally-identifiable information (“By using the services, you are consenting to grant Polarity permission to collect your URLs and search data, including search queries that may contain personally identifiable information”).

There is one more reason Your Email Accounts Toolbar has been classified as a potentially unwanted program. It has turned out that it can be set on users’ web browsers without their knowledge. If you have not downloaded it from its official website (http://youremailaccounts.com/) voluntarily, it is very likely that you have installed it by clicking on some kind of pop-up advertisement promoting it too. These pop-ups are usually shown by undesirable applications, e.g. adware. If it turns out that you see advertisements on your screen periodically because there is some kind of ad-supported or a similar untrustworthy program installed on your computer, delete it from your computer mercilessly.

You can eliminate http://search.hyouremailaccounts.com/ from the place of your homepage, default search tool, and New Tab URL quite easily – you just need to remove Your Email Accounts Toolbar. It can be erased through the add-ons manager, so you should not find its removal a very difficult task. Of course, you can delete this potentially unwanted program automatically if you want to. The latter removal method is, of course, easier if compared to the manual one.

How to remove Your Email Accounts Toolbar

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press Ctrl+Shift+A.
  3. Select Your Email Accounts Toolbar from the Extensions menu and click Remove.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Tap Alt+F.
  3. Click More tools.
  4. Select Extensions.
  5. Locate the extension directly associated with Your Email Accounts Toolbar.
  6. Click the Recycle bin button next to it.
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Your Email Accounts Toolbar Screenshots:

Your Email Accounts Toolbar
Your Email Accounts Toolbar
Your Email Accounts Toolbar

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