Sunday, September 1, 2013

Internet Helper 3.1 Toolbar Remove (Step by Step Instructions)

I want to remove Internet Helper 3.1 Toolbar from my PC, when I opened Control Panel and clicked to remove it, a page flashes, but doesn't open up. And I fail to uninstall Internet Helper 3.1 .Could anyone advise a procedure about how to remove Internet Helper 3.1 Toolbar?

The damages caused by Internet helper 3.1 toolbar:

Internet helper 3.1 toolbar always pretend to be useful software to allure people to install it into the computer. However, once gets into the PC, Internet Helper 3.1 Toolbar shows its true color. It will damage the infected PC through altering the important system settings, such as default homepage and search engine and do not allow users reset them back. The owners of the infected computer will also notice that some strange buttons and shortcuts are added on the desktop automatically, and pornographic web sites appear on the bookmark or favorite bar which will really make them awkward when these websites are opened by others accidentally. Besides changing the customized settings of infected computers, Internet Helper 3.1 Toolbar also promote its products and services via pop-up ads constantly.
These ads will not only interrupt users surfing the internet, but also will redirect browsers into malicious webpage if users click on them negligently. At this time, baleful software of malicious webpage will download automatically without uses knowing it. Furthermore, Internet Helper 3.1 Toolbar also causes the reduction of computer performance. The PC will run more and more slowly even though there are only one or two applications running in the background. This is because Internet Helper 3.1 virus has taken up a large space of the PC resources and blocked some functions of other programs.


What is the most effective method to get rid of Internet helper 3.1 toolbar?

Some people said that they have already installed antivirus software in their PC and used them to clean Internet Helper 3.1. However, these antivirus programs do not seem to have much help. The reason is that what the antivirus software removed is the useless parts of Internet Helper 3.1, its key components used random names to hide into the computer deeply. As a result, in order to eliminate Internet Helper 3.1 completely, users should detect and remove all its related processes, files and registry entries. Therefore, manual removal is needed to get rid of this foxy and stubborn virus.

Step by step removal instructions:

Step 1: Press CTRL+ALT+DELETE to open the Windows Task Manager. Click on the Processes tab, and search for Internet Helper 3.1 process, then click End Process key.

Step 2: Uninstall Internet Helper 3.1 Toolbar from infected PC
Guide: click on Start button and open Control Panel, choose uninstall a program and remove Internet Helper 3.1 Toolbar from infected computer.

Step 3:  Remove Internet Helper 3.1 Toolbar from browsers, here I will take  Google Chrome as an example.
First Click the Chrome menu    button on the on top-left portion of the browser. Select Tools and then click on Extensions.

In the Extensions tab, remove (by clicking on the Recycle Bin) Internet Helper 3.1 Toolbar extensions from Google Chrome.
Please be careful. Usually, Google Chrome has empty Extension except that you have installed something based on your preference. In case Internet Helper 3.1Toolbar has added additional extensions which have random names, we recommend you to remove all the unwanted and unknown from Google Chrome.

Step 4. Remove any suspicious files.
Guide: open Folder Options by clicking on Control Panel, and then clicking Appearance and Personalization. In the pop-up dialog box, click the View tab and uncheck Hide protected operating system files (Recommended).

Remove all the suspicious files created by Internet Helper 3.1Toolbar
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.dll

Step 5: Delete all of the following registries that added by Internet Helper 3.1Toolbar
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\software\microsoft\internet explorer\toolbar\webbrowser
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\“UninstallString” = “‘%AppData%\[RANDOM]\[RANDOM].exe” -u

Summary: you need to be patience; manually remove Internet Helper 3.1 Toolbar is not an easy job, especially for the green hands. If you have any questions about the above method, please feel free to contact computer experts 24/7 online for help.

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