What is the best way to get rid of "Babylon"?
Reimage recently initiated a policy wherein a browser plug-in called “Babylon” is automatically installed on your computer during the course of downloading the Reimage software. Babylonis a browser plug-in for Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome. The toolbar hijacks default browser settings, does not provide an option to automatically revert to previous settings, and is infamous for the complicated un-installation process. This behavior qualifies the software as malware in many users’ opinions. After failing to complete an uninstall ofBabylon, I contacted Reimage support. It took the tech 57 minutes to uninstallBabylon.
It seems that the Reimage repair program is now a kind of Trojan horse that proliferates theBabylonbrowser technology. For me, theBabylonbrowser is markedly substandard, objectionable and very difficult to remove from your system. Prior to purchasing Reimage, I would urge all potentialcustomers to research “Babylon” to understand what they’re in for.