BlueSprig Toolbar is a browser extension which can be installed onto the popular Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox browsers. According to the latest analysis, the application could be installed onto the Windows system together with unreliable programs; however, it is unlikely that it will be installed without your permission. This is good news. Nonetheless, if you have acquired it, we recommend that you delete BlueSprig Toolbar from the browsers. First of all, the application is not beneficial, as it has been set up to promote the services of bluesprig.com only. Secondly, the program may be related to unreliable online advertising. These are our motives behind the removal of the suspicious extension.
Even though BlueSprig Toolbar presents easy-access links to Amazon, eBay, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter, it is clear that the program has been designed to promote BlueSprig software, as well as the Yahoo search engine. When installing the program, you may be offered to set Yahoo Search as the default search provider, and the search box on the toolbar itself is related to this service as well. Even though it is not crucial to remove Yahoo search from the browsers, you should if you do not want to use the search tool, and if you have installed it by accident. Clearly, you should consider BlueSprig Toolbar removal as well.
Malware researchers do not identify BlueSprig Toolbar as a serious threat; however, it is not the most beneficial browser extension, and we can help you delete it from the browsers if you want to. Follow the manual removal instructions below, and then proceed with the installation of authentic security software. This software will delete BlueSprig Toolbar leftovers and will guard you against other intrusive software.
Delete from Windows XP:
Delete from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Delete from Windows 8:
Remove from Mozilla Firefox:
Remove from Internet Explorer: