Have you ever wondered who called you when you could not answer that call, and the number was unknown? EverydayLookup Toolbar comes up to help you with that. It says that with this toolbar you can look up any number, and you will find out who has been calling you. However, the functionality of this application is highly questionable because our security experts classify it as adware. In fact, you would do yourself a favor if you were to remove EverydayLookup Toolbar from your system immediately. This application is associated with multiple computer security issues, and you most definitely should not overlook that.
The good thing about EverydayLookup Toolbar is that the application does not offer us anything on the technical level. This program belongs to the MindSpark family, and so it is very similar to many other browser extensions from the same group. Each toolbar from this family boasts of a different function, but all of them eventually function is a very similar manner. With that, we can tell that EverydayLookup Toolbar does not differ much from VideoConvert Toolbar, FindMeFreebiesToolbar, BigGameCountdown Toolbar, and so on. And since the application is a direct clone of its predecessors, its behavioral patterns are known to us already as well.
For one, there are at least two ways to install this application on your computer. Just like any other program from this group, EverydayLookup Toolbar can be easily downloaded from its official website that is located at everydaylookup.com. All the MindSpark programs have their own web pages, and they inform you about the basic functions offered by these programs. For example, if you open everydaylookup.com, you will be greeted with the following promotional lines that say:
Received a call from a cell phone number you don’t recognize?
Find out who it is with Free access to easy reverse lookup tool.s
Quickly search addresses, landline phone numbers, area codes, zip codes and more.
Sounds great, does it not? But, on the other hand, does not it seem that EverydayLookup Toolbar might be trespassing someone else’s privacy? Would you want your personal information to be available online, if someone were just to enter your number into this toolbar? The answer is most probably no, is it not?
On top of that, EverydayLookup Toolbar may also change your browser settings without your permission. This happens because the Ask.com search engine is included in the overall setup of this application. If you go through the installation automatically, it is very likely that you do not notice the offer to change your homepage and search engine settings. Thus, as a result, Ask.com will be set as your default homepage and search engine, and THAT is why some users think EverydayLookup Toolbar is very similar to browser hijackers.
However, that is not the case, and you can easily remove everything related to this application from your computer. All you have to do is follow the instructions below. You should also scan your PC with the SpyHunter free scanner; because there is a good chance you may have more unwanted applications on-board. It goes without saying that you need to remove them all at once.
Should you encounter any difficulties while trying to delete EverydayLookup Toolbar, or you need more information on computer security details, please do not hesitate to leave us a question. You can also contact us via our social media channels. Do not hesitate if you think you need assistance with unwanted software removal.
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