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What is GoogleToolbar_64.dll?

GoogleToolbar_64.dll is part of Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer and developed by Google Inc. according to the GoogleToolbar_64.dll version information.

GoogleToolbar_64.dll's description is "Google Toolbar"

GoogleToolbar_64.dll is digitally signed by Google Inc.

GoogleToolbar_64.dll is usually located in the 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Google Toolbar\' folder.

None of the anti-virus scanners at VirusTotal reports anything malicious about GoogleToolbar_64.dll.

If you have additional information about the file, please share it with the FreeFixer users by posting a comment at the bottom of this page.

Vendor and version information [?]

Product nameGoogle Toolbar for Internet Explorer
Company nameGoogle Inc.
File descriptionGoogle Toolbar
Internal nameGoogleToolbar
Original filenameGoogleToolbar.dll
Legal copyrightCopyright © 2000-2010
Product version6, 5, 708, 1000
File version6, 5, 708, 1000

The following is the available information on GoogleToolbar_64.dll:

PropertyValue
Product nameGoogle Toolbar for Internet Explorer
Company nameGoogle Inc.
File descriptionGoogle Toolbar
Internal nameGoogleToolbar
Original filenameGoogleToolbar.dll
Legal copyrightCopyright © 2000-2010
Product version6, 5, 708, 1000
File version6, 5, 708, 1000

Digital signatures [?]

This file has a valid digital signature.

PropertyValue
Signer nameGoogle Inc
Certificate issuer nameVeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2009-2 CA
Certificate serial number36b8da6bf00d94f158301001add6527f

VirusTotal report

None of the 43 anti-virus programs at VirusTotal detected the GoogleToolbar_64.dll file.

None of the 43 anti-virus programs detected the GoogleToolbar_64.dll file.

Hashes [?]

PropertyValue
MD59c1d6d32ed1cfccb7046795ef968d8a9
SHA256c54d5905ee0b970fadbda9898bd5135cc9cd61525ce6f480a9cd441350d26960

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What did other users do?

The poll result listed below shows what other users chose to do with the file:

User vote results: There were 41 votes to remove and 412 votes to keep

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Comments

Please share with the other users what you think about this file. What does this file do? Is it legitimate or something that your computer is better without? Do you know how it was installed on your system? Did you install it yourself or did it come bundled with some other software? Is it running smoothly or do you get some error message? Any information that will help to document this file is welcome. Thank you for your contributions.

I'm reading all new comments so don't hesitate to post a question about the file. If I don't have the answer perhaps another user can help you.

Göran Malmberg writes

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Normally I use only security toolbars and the informative GoogleToolbar_64.dll, no more!

# 13 Jan 2012, 18:47

Mickyou writes

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Can not get my Google tool bar back.Since loading? I believe Apple I tunes I forced onto my system Babylon Search which I cannot get rid off.? Want to, first change my opening website back to Goolge then further research uninstall Babylon?

# 17 Jun 2012, 4:03

Roger Karlsson writes

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@Mickyou: If you want to uninstall Babylon I think you can do so from the "Add/Remove Programs" dialog in the Windows Control Panel.

# 5 Sep 2012, 1:35

Roger Karlsson writes

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GoogleToolbar_64.dll comes with the 64-bit version of the Google Toolbar. The file is digitally signed by Google, so it legit.

Please let me know if you get any errors related to GoogleToolbar_64.dll or the Google Toolbar and I'll see what I can do to sort them out.

# 5 Sep 2012, 2:40

nancy suzie smith writes

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I accidently lost my google bar and my BOOKMARKS.I'd appreciate help if you can.my old E-MAIL was halfpintsmith@gmail.com. THANK YOU MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!

# 2 Dec 2012, 8:40

Susan writes

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Hello, from such a novice that I don't even KNOW HOW to answer the request for my website's URL...what's that?
Anyway, while bumping around on one of my various mindless tasks, it was brought to my attention my 'puter is running 32-bit Windows.
Again, in reference to my first comment, I couldn't tell you what the difference is between 64 & 32-bit anything, let alone the Windows system-but I do know I run 64-bit Windows!
My impression is it's important to be co-ordinated.
While trying to figure THAT out, well, here I am.
NOW, I'm faced with two questions: how to return to the 64-bit Windows and should I make use of the service your site seems to be offering?
Will one help the other?
My experience has always been, once a question regarding the 'puter opens, faster than a rabbit in mating season, more appear, just like now!
So, a response to whichever you choose would be helpful. A response to all 3, I'll be grateful. Responses to all 3 which resolve whatever is happening now, and I'll sign up, donate through my PayPal account AND tell my story over and over (if you WANT a user like me to be one of your users, that is, please advise).
Thank you, respectfully, Susan

# 27 Mar 2013, 7:53

Roger Karlsson writes

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@Susan: In the "website URL" field you can add the address to your "home" on the Internet. Some put a link to their blog, others to their Facebook page.

I definitely think you should take use of the service freefixer.com offers. You can download the FreeFixer program and try it out. Currently it scans your computer in 40+ locations where unwanted software might hook into the system. FreeFixer reports a large scan result where you can examine individual files and settings. In general, the majority of the items in the scan result comes from legitimate programs, but sometimes unwanted software can be revealed. In that case the FreeFixer program can delete the unwanted software.

If you click on items in the FreeFixer scan result, it will open up your web browser and show info on the item you clicked. On that info page users can leave comments and collaboratively figure out if the item is legitimate or if it should be removed.

# 1 Apr 2013, 9:51

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