Systweak is software that lets you do PC functions very easily. Systweak has a lot of tweaking tools that makes it easy to fix your PC tunes and get Systweak tech support. It’s easy to use, if you ever need Systweak Support, Systweak Support is provided in this tool in just one click. Systweak Toolbar is an adware program that displays lots of advertisements, sponsored links through a pop up box on your computer screen. It can control your all popular Internet search engines such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari etc. Even it comes into your computer without your permission.
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Once Systweak Toolbar is installed into your computer, it will change your browser homepage to search.conduit.com and default search engine to SysTweak Customized Web Search. Systweak Toolbar may also display advertisements and coupons in a popup or drop-down style menu. You may be found your computer and internet speed become slowly than usual. It can work with all operating system including windows xp, vista, 7 and windows 8. You may be found lots of unwanted add-ons are automatically installed with your web browsers. You need to Systweak Support Dock just contact our systweak contact number he will help you.
This is not a virus is technical terms. However, it is categorized as a browser hijacker and “PUP” (Potentially Unwanted Program). Because anybody never wants to install Systweak Toolbar directly, usually it installs additionally with other software packages. You should download from their official web sites. To get rid of Systweak Toolbar, you have to follow article mentioned steps. If you want to know how to remove Systweak Toolbar & how to get systweak contact number or Systweak Support Dock just read this article carefully.
Step 1: To Uninstall Systweak Toolbar from computer
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- Click on Start button and then click on Control Panel.
- Now click on Programs –> Program and Features –> Uninstall a program (Wind7, 8, Vista).
- For Windows XP users click on Add/Remove Programs.
- You will get a window which has listed all the installed programs.
- Uninstall the programs, if you find any, from below list (Suspicious Programs list). Because all these programs are unwanted. You should uninstall all them immediately.
Suspicious Programs list
- Systweak Toolbar
- Search Protected by conduit
- 1 Browser defender
- 2 Browser protect
- 3 Browser protected by conduit
- Delta search, Babylon
- WebCake 3.0
- privacy safe gaurd
- unfriend checker
- Price peep today
- Coupon amazine
- DownloadTerms 1.0
- Uninstall (all the unwanted programs, which are not listed here.)
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Step 2: To Remove Systweak Toolbar from Internet Explorer
- Open Internet Explorer then go to Tools menu (press “alt” key once to active menu bar) and then click on Internet Option a configuration page will be opened, then click on General tab. Now look into under HOME PAGE Edit Box you got www.search.conduit.com, replace it to www.google.com, then click on apply and close.
- Now Restart Internet explorer
Remove search.conduit.com from registry
- Click on Start and type Run and then type “REGEDIT” in the run box and then hit enter
- In the registry editor go to Edit menu and then click on find option, you will get edit box to search any string to registry editor
- Type in the find edit box “search.conduit.com” and click on Find Next
- The search result will highlighted that key which has the same string
- Edit that key and change the “search.conduit.com” string to “google.com“
- Use F3 key to find Next, Replace all them to “google.com”
- Then Restart the internet explorer
Reset Internet Explorer
- Open Internet Explorer. Click on Tools menu (If tools menu doesn’t appear then press “F10” key once to active the menu bar), click on Internet Option. An internet option window will open.
- For IE9, IE10 users may click on Gear icon IE Gear Icon. Then click on tools.
- Click on Advanced tab, and then click on RESET button.
- Now you will get a new popup for confirmation, tick mark on Delete personal setting then click on RESET button on that. (As shown on below screenshot)
- Now you will appear a popup says that complete all the tasks. After completion click on close button.
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Step 3: To Remove Systweak Toolbar from Mozilla Firefox
- Open Mozilla Firefox, Click on Tools menu (press “alt” key once to active menu bar) then go to Options, after that a configuration page will be opened, then click on General tab and then look on the very first section named as Startup. Under Startup you will see a HOME PAGE Edit Box, under this edit box you will see www.search.conduit.com, please replace it to www.google.com, and then click on apply and close.
- Restart Firefox Browser
Remove Systweak Toolbar from Firefox configuration file.
- In the Firefox type this command in the address bar “about:config” and then hit enter to open this page
- After that you will get a page which is asking for permission to open config page that confirm that please use it carefully so please click on button named as “I’ll be carefully, I promise“.
- Now you will a configuration page with search option on the top, so please type “search.conduit.com” into search bar, you will get the result.
- Replace all the string from “search.conduit” to “google”
- In the search result do double click on the all entries (related to search.conduit.com) one by one, and change them to “google.com”
- You can Right click on found results one by one and choose RESET option.
Reset Mozilla Firefox
- Open “Troubleshooting information” page into Firefox.
- Open Firefox and then go the Help menu (Press “alt” key once to active Menu bar)
- Note: you can also open this page in this ways, open Firefox then type this command in the address bar “about: Systweak support” (without quote) and then hit enter or OK.
- Go to Help menu then click on “Troubleshooting information”
- You will get a page “Troubleshooting information”, here you will get “Reset Firefox” option in the right side of the page.
- Click on Reset Firefox option, It will take time to reset
Step 4: To Remove Systweak Toolbar from Google Chrome
Remove unwanted homepage & search engine from Google Chrome
- Start Google Chrome, click on options iconGoogle Chrome Options Icon (Located in very top right side of the browser), click on Settings. You will get a configuration page.
- Under configuration page find a option named as “Open a specific page or set of pages” click on their Set Pages. Another window will come up. Here you will appear the bunch of URL’s under “Set pages”. Delete all them and then enter only one which you want to use as your home page.
- In the same configuration page click on Manage search engines button. Delete all the search engines from there, just keep only www.goole.com as your default search Engine.
Remove unwanted extensions from Google Chrome
- Start Google Chrome, click on options iconGoogle Chrome Options Icon (Located in very top right side of the browser), then click on Tools then, click on Extensions. (As shown on below screenshot)
- You will get a configuration page. Which have installed all the extensions, Remove search.conduit extension & also remove all the unwanted extensions from there? To remove them, click on remove (recycle bin) icon Google Chrome remove extensions button(as shown on screenshot)
Reset Google Chrome
- Close all Google Chrome browsers
- Now open this following path
- Press “window key + R” (Flag sign key + R) , then you will get Run box.
- Copy and Paste this following command in this Run box then hit Enter or OK
- Windows XP
- %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
- Windows 7, 8, Vista
- %UserProfile%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
- In the default folder please find a file named as “Preferences“ and now just need to rename this file from “Preferences“ to “Preferences.old“
- In the same default folder please find a one more file named as “Web Data“ and now just need to rename this file from “Web Data“ to “Web Data.old“
- Now start your Google chrome.