OnlineMapFinder Toolbar is often referred to as unwanted software even though it claims to be extremely useful. The main reason of such a naming is the fact that this browser plugin will change your homepage and your search engine to ask.com. However, it cannot be called a browser hijacker because it informs you about the changes during the installation. Only a small number of people notice that and others install the browser plugin by clicking the Next button all the time. You should be more careful in order not to install undesirable applications; however, if you already have OnlineMapFinder Toolbar on your system, you should definitely rush to delete it for several reasons presented in this article.
First of all, there is no point in keeping it because it might cause harm to the security of your system via all those sponsored links that will be provided for you together with normal search results. It also means that you will face difficulties in finding the information which you need. Nobody knows whether clicking on those links will not be harmful; however, theoretically it is very probable that you will be redirected to other unknown websites that might be more or less corrupted. It is not difficult to infect the system during the visit to such websites, which is why keeping this browser plugin is risky. You might click on those sponsored links accidentally as well because they appear among decent search results. The only way to reduce the possibility to infect the system is to erase OnlineMapFinder browser entirely.
On the top of this, it is important to remove OnlineMapFinder Toolbar also because you will not be able to set your preferred homepage and search engine. If you are wondering how to erase this browser plugin from the system, you can use the instructions provided below and they will guide you through the entire process. Another variant is to download a reliable malware remover like SpyHunter and then scan the system.
Windows 7 and Vista