WeatherBlink Toolbar

What is WeatherBlink Toolbar?

Your homepage and New Tab page have been changed to a page with the WeatherBlink logo not without reason. WeatherBlink Toolbar must have been installed on your computer. This piece of software has been developed by Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc., a software developer that has already released hundreds of different applications, including AtoZManuals Toolbar, MyFileConvert Toolbar, and EasyFileConvert Toolbar. Speaking about WeatherBlink Toolbar, it has been developed to help users track the local weather, and it really looks like useful software at first glance; however, researchers working at do not consider it fully reliable. According to them, WeatherBlink Toolbar should be categorized as a potentially unwanted application. No, this Mindspark Toolbar is not anywhere near real malicious software, but it might still cause you problems, so it would be best that you remove it from your computer. Continue reading to find out what you need to do to make it gone.testtest

What does WeatherBlink Toolbar do?

You should not install WeatherBlink Toolbar if you do not want to find your browsers’ settings altered because this piece of software sets a new homepage and changes a New Tab page. You could access third-party websites, for example, a weather forecast for your area by clicking a button this page contains. Also, you will no longer need to access a search provider to perform web searches – the page set by WeatherBlink Toolbar contains a search box. It uses the service, as research has shown. Unfortunately, it is not considered a fully reliable search tool. As a consequence, you might be presented with some modified search results. They are not malicious, but they might make it harder to find the relevant information on the web. Additionally, they might redirect you to unreliable websites. We do not say that this will necessarily happen to you, but you should be careful if you decide to use the search tool promoted by WeatherBlink Toolbar.

There is one more thing you need to know about WeatherBlink Toolbar. This browser plugin will automatically collect information from your computer as long as you keep it active. It will record some information about hardware and software installed on your PC, your IP address, browser type and language, search queries you enter, search results you click, your search history, and much more. It should not record any personal details if you do not provide them consciously. Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc. might share the recorded information with third parties and receive information about you from them.

Where does WeatherBlink Toolbar come from?

Some users download WeatherBlink Toolbar from its official website (, but you are probably not one of them if you have found your browsers’ settings altered out of the blue. Researchers say that potentially unwanted applications are often spread bundled. That is, they travel in bundles together with other applications, which explains why so many users do not know anything about their installation on their computers. Specialists who have analyzed WeatherBlink Toolbar say that it might be spread via pop-ups as well. Do not click on advertisements that promote software you know nothing about because you might install it with the single click. It is not always very easy to recognize untrustworthy software and prevent it from entering the system. Therefore, we highly recommend having a security application installed on the system as well. It will not allow any suspicious applications to enter your computer unnoticed.

How to delete WeatherBlink Toolbar

Even though WeatherBlink Toolbar has been categorized as a potentially unwanted application, it is not harmful malicious software, as has been mentioned previously. As a consequence, its removal should not be complicated at all. You will delete it from your Internet Explorer using Control Panel. As for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, you will have to remove the extension representing WeatherBlink Toolbar to remove the page set from them. Alternatively, you can remove WeatherBlink Toolbar quicker by scanning your computer with an antimalware scanner. It is up to you how to get rid of it.

Remove WeatherBlink Toolbar manually

Internet Explorer

Windows XP

  1. Click Start.
  2. Select Control Panel and open Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Select WeatherBlink Internet Explorer Homepage and New Tab.
  4. Click Remove.

Windows 7/Vista/8/8.1/10

  1. Launch Run, type Control Panel, and click OK.
  2. Click Uninstall a program.
  3. Select WeatherBlink Internet Explorer Homepage and New Tab.
  4. Click Uninstall.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Win+E to access Windows Explorer.
  2. Open %APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\[PROFILE]\extensions.
  3. Remove

Google Chrome

  1. Press Win+E.
  2. Delete the folder named oinmegmomeoogegmfdbddleelcefhlmn from two directories:

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