MixiDJ V45 Toolbar comes from Conduit Ltd. family of browser extensions and it is merely another version of such previously released add-ons as MIXI.DJ Toolbar, Mixi Dj Delta Search, Mixi Dj Clare Search and so on. Users sometimes get the impression that MixiDJ V45 Toolbar is a browser hijacker, because it may change default home page and search engine settings to Claro Search, but that happens only if you are inattentive during the installation process.
Users may download MixiDJ V45 Toolbar from mixidjv45.ourtoolbar.com, but there is an extensive number of other third party websites that distributes the toolbar bundled with other freeware applications. During the installation, you are asked whether you want to set your default search and home page to Conduit Search and enable Search Protec to notify you of various browser changes. Unless you choose to change your home page MixiDJ V45 Toolbar will not do so. However, if you go through the setup automatically, chances are that your home page settings (on Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome) will get modified.
You are also asked whether you want to install TuneUp Utilities 2013 – a system optimization tool, but unless you really need the program you should refrain from installing on your PC anything MixiDJ V45 Toolbar recommends you.
Once the toolbar is installed, it appears on your browser with a number of various shortcuts for Facebook, Twitter, a number of radio stations and messenger programs. However, the functionality of these shortcuts is highly questionable. What is more, if your home page is set for search.conduit.com, you will also be displayed third party commercial ads. Since MixiDJ V45 Toolbar is not responsible for these advertisements, even malicious third parties can embed their corrupted ads onto the site – one stray click on such an ad you could be redirected to a website that distributes malware.
Remove MixiDJ V45 Toolbar for your own system security and then run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner to determine whether you have any other potentially dangerous programs installed.
Windows Vista & Windows 7
During the uninstalling process a pop-up dialog box will appear asking you whether you want to keep your current browser settings. Uncheck the box that says “Keep my current browser settings” and your browser settings will be reversed to default. Finally, remove Conduit Search from your browser.