Uninstall Spigot Toolbar

It’s easy to uninstall MyBrowserBar and Spigot Toolbars and error assistants at any time.

Removing a Spigot toolbar from the control panel is easy – Just follow the steps below. The Toolbar is not Spigot Malware, it is a simple program that can be removed easily from your machine. (example shown below is a Dealio toolbar): uninstall-dealio-toolbar

  • Click on your Windows Start button
  • Click “Control Panel”
  • Click “Add or Remove Programs” or “Uninstall a program” uninstall-add-remove
  • From the dialog box that appears, choose the MyBrowserBar and/or Spigot Toolbar and click “Uninstall” to remove it.

Uninstall MyBrowserBar and/or a Spigot Toolbar from within the Browser. Again, the toolbar is not MyBrowserBar malware, it is a simple program with clear user agreement that can easily be removed. (Note: example shown below is a Dealio toolbar):

  • Click the “Options” button on the Dealio Toolbar
  • Click “Uninstall” from the “Help” menu


Q: Is the Spigot Toolbar Malware or is MyBrowserBar Malware?
A: No . Malware is defined as malicious software that is designed to attack and/or corrupt your machine – The Spigot Toolbar or MyBrowserBar Toolbar are merely applications that come bundled with software you already purchased or downloaded. There is no risk with using the Spigot Toolbar, however if you wish to uninstall the toolbar, we’ve provided clear instructions above on how to do so.

Q: What are applicationupdater.exe and searchsettings.exe?
A: These are 2 applications included in the Spigot Toolbar. For more information on what is applicationupdater.exe and how to uninstall it, please go here. For more information on what is searchsettings.exe and how to uninstall it, please go here.