PresidentialBuzz Toolbar

What is PresidentialBuzz Toolbar?

PresidentialBuzz Toolbar is a piece of software that should enable users “to find out what the President is saying right now, catch up on the news, and search for more news and briefings.” It seems that people believe that it can act in a beneficial way because 58 083 users have already installed it from the Chrome Web Store. This store is not the only place it is promoted at. As research conducted by specialists at has shown, it also has an official website it can be downloaded from: Last but not least, it might be installed on users’ computers together with other applications. In other words, there is a huge possibility that it is distributed in software bundles too. It does not really matter how it has been installed on your computer because it is the same potentially unwanted program in all the cases. These applications are not malicious, but they have drawbacks and might act somehow undesirably. Because of this, we cannot say that it is very smart to keep a potentially unwanted program installed. You will find out how you can delete PresidentialBuzz Toolbar from your computer further in this article.test

What does PresidentialBuzz Toolbar do?

PresidentialBuzz Toolbar is not real malware, but it would still be best to remove it from the system, especially if you do not like the page you have found set on your browsers because it is the only way to get rid of it. Once it is gone, you could set a new website you like. The page PresidentialBuzz Toolbar promotes looks like an ordinary search provider. It contains a search box and a bar with quick-access buttons. Unfortunately, PresidentialBuzz Toolbar does not do anything else apart from setting this page on users’ browsers, so we do not think that it is a very beneficial application. Of course, it is not the reason we recommend getting rid of it. Potentially unwanted programs are not 100% trustworthy software, so there is a possibility that they will act in an undesirable way, as mentioned in the first paragraph. As for PresidentialBuzz Toolbar, researchers working at say that the search tool it promotes might present users with modified search results, which we consider a drawback because these suspicious search results might, theoretically, redirect to dubious websites. What is more, it has turned out that PresidentialBuzz Toolbar collects a bunch of different details about users. It automatically collects information from users’ computers, including IP address, information about hardware/software, browser type and language, keyword queries, search queries, search results clicked, pages viewed, search history, cookies, and more. Without a doubt, this potentially unwanted application will record details you provide yourself willingly too, e.g. your name, telephone number, etc. You will not be allowed to decide yourself which details to share with Mindspark Interactive Network Inc., but you could disable PresidentialBuzz Toolbar anytime to put an end to all activities it performs.

Where does PresidentialBuzz Toolbar come from?

Some users install PresidentialBuzz Toolbar from the Chrome Web Store. Others download it from its official website, but, of course, not all users can tell how this piece of software has been installed on their computers. Because of this, malware analysts have carried out research to find more about its distribution. The analysis has shown that PresidentialBuzz Toolbar can also travel bundled. Additionally, users might install it on their computers after clicking on an advertisement that promotes it. These ads might be displayed to users when they enter suspicious websites. It is not very easy to prevent untrustworthy software from entering the system, but, luckily, there is still one easy thing you can do – install security software. As long as you keep it active on your PC, no threats could illegally enter your system.

How to delete PresidentialBuzz Toolbar

It is not a problem if you have never erased any potentially unwanted application in your life because we are sure you will get rid of it without any problems if you use the manual removal guide specialists at have prepared for you (see below). As you can see, you will remove the toolbar from your Internet Explorer using Control Panel, but it will be slightly more complicated to remove PresidentialBuzz Toolbar from Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome since you will need to remove the extension linked to this potentially unwanted application from both of them.

PresidentialBuzz Toolbar removal guide

Internet Explorer

Windows 7/Vista/8/8.1/10

  1. Launch Run by pressing the Windows key + R.
  2. Type Control Panel in the box and click OK.
  3. Click Uninstall a program.
  4. Select PresidentialBuzz Toolbar.
  5. Click Uninstall.

Windows XP

  1. Click Start to open the menu.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Select PresidentialBuzz Toolbar.
  5. Click Remove.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press Ctrl+Shift+A on your keyboard.
  3. Select the PresidentialBuzz Toolbar extension from the list.
  4. Click Remove.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Tap Alt+F to access the menu.
  3. Click More tools.
  4. Select Extensions.
  5. Select the PresidentialBuzz Toolbar extension.
  6. Click the Remove button.
  7. Confirm the removal. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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