Do you know what Radio PI Community Toolbar is?
Radio PI Community Toolbar is a Conduit Toolbar which is available at radiopi.toolbar.fm. The application is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. It contains only several links and a radio player, which enables you to browse radio stations by categories. Moreover, the toolbar provides you with links to Facebook, YouTube, weather forecasts, and Value Apps, which are browser plug-ins that generate search-based coupons. If you are not satisfied with the features that you are provided with or have no intention of using the so-called Radio PI Community Toolbar, do not hesitate to remove it from the PC.
More close attention should be paid to those Internet browsers whose settings are modified. If you have agreed to have the home page changed to search.conduit.com, it means that you are provided with various third party advertisements every time you open or refresh the browser. If the search engine is also changed to Conduit, you are probably aware of the sponsored links displayed at the top of the search results page. We recommend that you disregard those links because Conduit does not endorse the websites that are advertised. Those links may take you to inappropriate content or you may be redirected to corrupt websites, too.
Radio PI Community Toolbar screenshot
Scroll down for full removal instructions
As to the startup page advertisements, some of them may also be aimed at deceiving you. You may be invited to scan the computer or download a free scanner. Bear in mind that such display advertisements can promote scareware and adware programs. If you install the trial version of a system optimization tool, it may turn out that it provides you with misleading scan results in order to push you into investing in it. Even though not all of the advertisements are unreliable, you should be very cautious when dealing them.
The Radio PI Community Toolbar creates its files in the Program Files folder. The Radio PI application creates its files, which include Radio_PIToolbarHelper.exe, tbRadi.dll, ToolbarContextMenu.xml, hktbRadi.dll and some others. The application was released in 2013 by Conduit.
It has also been found that there is a MindSpark toolbar called Radio PI, but bear in mind that only Conduit toolbars are labeled “Community Toolbars”.
If you are ready to remove the Radio PI Community Toolbar, do not hesitate to implement a spyware removal tool. Below you will find our step-by-step instructions on how to remove the toolbar; however, the removal guide may be insufficient. You want to be sure that no components of the toolbar are left within the system, which can be checked by a powerful anti-spyware tool. We recommend that you implement SpyHunter, because it can easily remove Conduit toolbars and safeguard the system against various computer threats.
How to remove Radio PI Community Toolbar
Windows Vista and Windows 7
- Click Start.
- Select Control Panel.
- Click Uninstall a program.
- Remove Radio PI Toolbar.
- Open the Start menu.
- Click Control Panel.
- Select Add or Remove Programs.
- Uninstall the unwanted application.
- Move the mouse to the lower-left corner of the screen.
- Select the Control Panel option and then click Uninstall a program.
- Remove the unwanted toolbar.
Remove Radio PI Community Toolbar from the browsers
- Press Alt+T and click Internet Options.
- Change the home page on the General tab.
- Click OK.
- Press Alt+T and click Manage Add-ons.
- Click Toolbars and Extensions and remove undesirable extensions.
- Click Search Providers and set a new default search provider.
- Press Alt+F and point to Tools.
- Click Extensions.
- Remove unwanted extensions.
- Click Settings.
- Under On startup, select the last option and click Set pages.
- Under Search, click Manage search engines and set a new search provider.
- Press Ctrl+Shift+A and click Extensions.
- Remove unwanted extensions.
- Close the tab.
- Press Alt+T and click Options.
- Change the home page and click OK.
- Click the search engine icon next to the search box and select a new search provider.
In non-techie terms:
Radio PI Community Toolbar is a free browser extension which contains a radio player and promotes several browser extensions. In order to remove the toolbar, follow the instructions provided above or implement a powerful anti-spyware tool.
Aliases: Radio Community Toolbar.