MyCalendarPlanner Toolbar Removal Guide

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If time planning is an important part of your day, you might be intrigued by the services offered by MyCalendarPlanner Toolbar. This application/extension is available from the Chrome web store or the official download page, mycalendarplanner.com, but it is also possible that you will face it by executing software bundles. Needless to say, you have to be cautious about software bundles because there are some that were created to spread malware without the user’s notice. Hopefully, that is not the predicament you find yourself in because dealing with a bunch of suspicious programs is much more complicated than dealing with just one. Are you surprised to learn that we identify the toolbar as a suspicious program? You must not be that surprised if you have researched it and found this article. In fact, we believe there are a few reasons due to which users will choose to delete MyCalendarPlanner Toolbar. If you do not understand why this toolbar is classified as a potentially unwanted program or why we are discussing its removal, you should continue reading.

When you download MyCalendarPlanner Toolbar, you have to be very cautious about the information presenting the installer. If you pay no attention to anything but the buttons leading to the installation, you might be surprised the next time you open your browser. On Chrome, this toolbar is represented via the New Tab page, but on Internet Explorer and Firefox, it is also represented via the homepage. When you install the toolbar, you agree to the homepage modifications yourself, which is why it would not be fair to identify it as a browser hijacker. Nonetheless, it should become clearer for you why we identify it as a potentially unwanted program. Unfortunately, this is not the only reason to delete MyCalendarPlanner Toolbar from your operating system. This Mindspark Interactive Network program – just like Everyday Manuals Toolbar, CalendarSpark Toolbar, and others – is supported by a privacy policy that contains some strange information. If you go to eula.mindspark.com/privacypolicy/, you learn that Mindspark does not provide its consumers with the option to choose whether or not personally and non-personally identifiable information is recorded. That might be one of the most common reasons why users choose to delete the toolbars created by this company.

Another reason for Chrome, Firefox, and IE users to delete MyCalendarPlanner Toolbar is the search tool that the toolbar represents. As you might have noticed, the search should offer search results that are supposedly enhanced by Google, but we cannot confirm that. The search engine is search.myway.com, and it displays search results along with sponsored advertisements. Hp.myway.com is the page that will pop up when you launch the browser if your homepage was modified. Of course, many users choose to ignore this because they are happy with the tools that MyCalendarPlanner Toolbar provides them with. Using these tools, you can modify and add events to a personalized calendar directly from your homepage or new tab page. One of the tools presented by this toolbar even assists with the printing of PDF files. Despite all this, you have to think about your virtual security, and if you do not feel safe with this toolbar installed, you should delete it immediately. We recommend reviewing the Privacy Policy and other legal information to learn more about the app. If you decide to remove it, we have got you covered.

Are you interested in removing MyCalendarPlanner Toolbar manually? If you are, the instructions displayed below will assist you greatly. These instructions show how to delete unwanted Chrome and Firefox extensions, as well as how to uninstall the toolbar via Control Panel, which is what Internet Explorer users need to do. Another option you have is to install anti-malware software. Although the toolbar is not categorized as malware, it is a potentially unwanted program, and anti-malware software should be able to locate and erase it. Even if you stick to manual removal, we strongly suggest using anti-malware software for the full-time protection of your PC if you want to keep it clean and safe to use at all times. If you have questions for us about anti-malware software, the protection of your operating system, or the removal of existing malware, you can leave them in the comments section.

How to delete MyCalendarPlanner Toolbar

Google Chrome:

  1. Tap Win+E keys simultaneously to launch Explorer.
  2. Enter %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\ (for Windows XP users, it is %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\) into the address bar.
  3. Open the Default folder or the folder representing your Chrome Profile.
  4. Open the Extensions folder and Delete the folder named kcdajnholfpkidcgghgocnbmbmlklmpn.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Tap Win+E keys at the same time to access Explorer.
  2. Enter %APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\ into the address bar.
  3. Open the folder that represents your Firefox Profile.
  4. Open the extensions folder and Delete the file named itMembers_@free.mycalendarplanner.com.

N.B. Uninstall the toolbar via Control Panel as shown below to get rid of it from Internet Explorer.

Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista:

  1. Launch RUN (simultaneously tap Win+R keys) and enter Control Panel into the dialog box.
  2. Move to the Uninstall a program menu.
  3. Uninstall the undesirable application.

Windows XP:

  1. Navigate to the left of the Taskbar, click Start, and open the Control Panel menu.
  2. Double-click the Add or Remove Programs icon.
  3. Remove the undesirable application.
Download Remover for MyCalendarPlanner Toolbar *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

MyCalendarPlanner Toolbar Screenshots:

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