When you are not sure what clothes you should wear when the weather is too unpredictable, QuickWeatherTracker Toolbar may come to the rescue. That is, this is what this program wants you to think. After all, it is just a potentially unwanted application that will try to make you think that it can help you with something, while its service is highly questionable. In fact, if this program arrived at your computer unexpectedly, you can always remove QuickWeatherTracker Toolbar following the instructions you will find below this description. Please terminate this application because there is no need to keep a program you do not need.
The application must have entered your computer in a software package because that is what most of the programs from this group do. The extension comes from the Mindspark family of similar applications. We have covered OnlineFormFinder Toolbar, AllInOneDocs Toolbar, and SuperCouponPro Toolbar just recently, and all of these programs come from the same group, too. Although, perhaps, they do not come from the same source; otherwise, there would not be so much confusion about these browser extensions. Arguably, the most annoying feature of this program is that fact that it modifies your browser settings by changing your homepage and new tab settings. If you do not know that this extension was added to your browser, it may also look as though you got infected with a browser hijacker.
However, you were the one who installed QuickWeatherTracker Toolbar on your browser, even if you were not aware of that. Of course, this extension also has an official website just like all the other programs from the Mindspark group. The site is located at free.quickweathertracker.com, and users can also download the program directly from its homepage. However, that is highly unlikely, because nowadays users are more inclined to use mobile apps for a weather forecast, rather than a browser extension.
What’s more, it is not like QuickWeatherTracker Toolbar can provide you with the original service. Instead of using its own weather tracking system, it makes use of the Wunderground.com website, which is a reputable source for information on weather forecast around the globe. However, wunderground.com clearly has its own apps and widgets for Android and iOS, so it is highly unlikely that users would be willing to make use of a third-party program when they can get information from the original source.
Not to mention that using this QuickWeatherTracker Toolbar application may not be safe. We have to remember that this program ends up processing third-party information before delivering it to you, and it may not “know” enough to decide whether the information is safe for you to interact with. We cannot rule out the possibility that this application could also get exploited by cyber criminals for corrupted content distribution.
Therefore, to protect your system and your personal information from potential exploitation, you need to remove QuickWeatherTracker Toolbar right now. Removal via Control Panel is not enough to delete all the program’s files, so please check out the instructions carefully. Also, do not hesitate to run a full system scan with the SpyHunter free scanner to see whether your computer is really clean and safe.