All My Web Toolbar Removal Guide

All My Web Toolbar is a browser add-on we advise against having on your PC. The program can be acquired from or from It seems like the purpose of the program is to advertise the website and its services. What is odd is that there is another browser add-on called ScenicReflections Toolbar that does the exact same thing. Both toolbars belong to Visicom Media Inc. Apart from their official websites, they can also be bundled with freeware by third-party distributors. These programs can perform some very suspicious activities. This is why we advise against keeping them on your computer.

The browser extension is promoted as being able to enhance the browsing experience of users. It is supported by Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer. When you install the program, you may be presented with the option to install Trovi Search or Search The Web, as well. The latter tool does not have any search capabilities of its own and is presented on; it simply redirects users to a Yahoo search results page. Trovi Search, however, does provide its own search results. But this tool may also display sponsored links among the search results. We do not recommend clicking on these. There is a chance for some to lead to suspicious or even dangerous websites.

All My Web Toolbar comes in two versions: one by Visicom and the other by Conduit, a developer known for having some unreliable programs. Regardless of which version you have acquired, it will present you with shortcuts to websites like,,, as well as to web pages that offer games, screensavers, wallpapers, etc. The same goes for ScenicReflections Toolbar. The websites that are promoted by this toolbar may also be unreliable. We do not recommend trusting them blindly. Instead, you should read their privacy policies carefully and decide which ones you can trust.

You can keep All My Web Toolbar on your PC if you want to. However, it is doubtful whether it can be beneficial for you at all. If you decide to remove it, you can do it with the help of the instructions we have listed below. They will also show you how to change your browser’s settings back to normal. This is what we recommend that you do. You should also acquire a reliable security tool that will warn you when you are about to install some potentially unwanted program. Such a program will also provide protection against any kinds of malware. Investing in such a tool is a long-term solution for keeping your computer safe.

Windows Vista/7:
1. Open the Start menu and go to Control Panel.
2. Open Uninstall a Program. Find the undesired application.
3. Uninstall it.

Windows 8:
1. Press Windows key + R.
2. Type “control panel” in the box shown and hit Enter.
3. Go to Uninstall a Program.
4. Uninstall the unwanted program.

Windows XP:
1. Open the Start menu.
2. Go to Control Panel.
3. Open Add or Remove Programs.
4. Find the unwanted application and remove it.

Removal from Mozilla Firefox:
1. Open the Tools menu and click on Add-ons.
2. Go to the Extensions Menu. Find the unwanted add-on and remove it. Close the tab.
3. Open the Tools menu again. This time go to Options.
4. Under the General tab, replace the current home page with the one you want.
5. Click OK and close the menu.
6. Go to the Search box at the top right corner of the browser and click on the search engine icon.
7. Click Manage Search Engines. Delete the unwanted search engine and select one you want to use.
8. Click OK.

Removal from Google Chrome:
1. Press Alt+F.
2. On the menu, go to Tools and then to Extensions. Remove the unwanted extensions.
3. Now click Settings on the left side of the window
4. Under On Startup, select Open a page or a set of pages.
5. Click Set pages, enter a URL you want as your home page. Click OK.
6. Find the Search header and click on Manage search engines.
7. Remove the unwanted search engine and select the one you want to use. Click Done.
8. Restart the browser.

Removal from Internet Explorer:
1. Open the Tools menu and click on Manage add-ons.
2. Now you should be on Toolbars and Extensions. Disable the unwanted add-on.
3. Click Search Providers on the left.
4. Remove the unwanted search provider and set another as your default one.
5. Save changes and close window.
6. Open the Tools menu again and go to Internet Options.
7. Under the General tab, enter another web page as your home page. Click OK.
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