If you are looking for MediaBar, you have come to the right place. We explain what MediaBar is and point you to the official download.
What is MediaBar?
The MusicLab Mediabar is known by many and it's licensed to Imesh and BearShare (especially its sister software, BearFlix) and it allows you to search for and download multimedia content from the Internet; it is classified as a browser plugin or a browser helper object (BHO), which is used to enhance and augment your browser’s capabilities. Such content includes photos and images, videos, music, and other types of web documents all from a central location on your browser – the toolbar – and to download them, aside from the usual feature set of a toolbar that permit you to search for information on the Internet using its handy search box. The MusicLab Mediabar can be easily installed, but if you find that you do not need it, or you think it’s slowing down your browser, it also has a convenient way to be uninstalled and removed, if need be.
Toolbars are rather unpopular especially among the current crop of PC users because they clutter the browser’s display area, or are otherwise malicious programs masquerading as useful tools that do not actually deliver the content or performance they claim. The Imesh Toolbar however is not a spyware or malware (though it does present a few ads every now and then).
Find the official MediaBar download
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Unfortunately, we do not have the current download link for MediaBar in our records.
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About file types supported by MediaBar
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If you have additional information about which types of files MediaBar can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
Last updated: : March 8, 2012