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How do I remove babylon search from my computer

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I had a technician to clean and remove Babylon search from my computer and it still attached itself to whatever I'm doing. I uninstalled Mozilla fox at least five times , then re-installed. However, I cannot get rid of Babylon search. I spent $100 dollars to resolved this problem and it's not working. I handle high confidential files on my computer. I am afraid to open the file due to fear of information being compromised.

Please Help!!!

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After doing all steps above, you must clean the shortcut to Firefox on your desktop, as it may contain a link to the Babylon search page too ! Right click on the shortcut, choose Properties, and in the target field, keep only the begining, which should look like : "C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe"

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Hi, excellent complimentary answer by szoke. Thanks

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you can also follow these steps:

Remove Toolbar

1. Open Mozilla Firefox. Go to Tools → Add-ons

2. Select Extensions. Uninstall/Disable the extension Babylon 1.1.9 to remove Babylon Toolbar. Restart Firefox.

Remove Search Provider

1. Open Mozilla Firefox. Click in the search bar (the small bar by the right of the address bar) and press the F4 key on the keyboard. Select Manage Search Engines... from the list.

2. Select Search the web (Babylon) and click Remove button. Click OK to save the changes. Restart Firefox.

Remove Search from New Tab

1. Open Mozilla Firefox. Click in the search bar (the small bar by the right of the address bar) and press the F4 key on the keyboard. Select Manage Search Engines... from the list.

2. Select Search the web (Babylon) and click Remove button. Click OK to save the changes. Restart Firefox.

3. In case you open a new tab in Firefox, and Babylon Search still appears, please do the following:

4. Type in the address bar line about:config and press enter.

5. Confirm the message.

6. Type Babylon in the search bar.

7. Right-click the entries and click Reset.

8. Restart Firefox.

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