How to completely Uninstall "Babylon"?
I Downloaded Babylon in error and Uninstalled it immediately. Yet I am plagued by "Babylon Search" on my browseres? How do I get rid of Babylon completely?
You will have to go to the control panel, then add and remove programs. In that window choose by date and see what the latest programs that were installed and delete them or uninstall. These tricky tool bars go under different names. Other option do a system restore and set to a date and time when you didn't have the program.
Sorry fwosman, was away for a while.
I don't know if you have fixed the problem or not, but I would initially do what Sky321 said and if that doesn't work I would boot into Safe mode (Shut-down computer, turn it back on again and press F8 straight away, continuously until a black screen with options comes up) and select safe mode. It looks like malware as well so maybe using Microsoft's malware removal tool may help as well.
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