How To Remove Toolbars In Firefox, Internet Explorer And Google Chrome
April 28, 2011
Many freeware and shareware software, will still automatically install the software without a lot of information to the user. Most of the non-techie users get in trouble if these included programs are installed and have access to the files done on your computer. One such obstacle is the browser toolbars. Most of the software are the toolbars that are also installed in order to install the browser can contain, the most popular is Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome.
Toolbar Cleaner is a free utility that you can remove almost all the toolbars installed in your browser. It can remove about 15,000 toolbar now includes Browser Helper Objects (BHO). This can also be very useful for removing spyware and malware that install the browser BHOs.
The only thing I like about the toolbar cleaner that it is not a portable version. If it is a portable version of the system administrator, this useful software to allow him into the USB and use it for what system he wanted.
Let’s install the Toolbar Cleaner. It is very easy to install Toolbar Cleaner Installation Wizard does. The only sad thing is the last options before finalizing the regulations. As shown in the above image.
There are the following options:
- Protect my system with the anti-phishing domain Advisor
- As Homepage MyStart
I do not recommend sticking to anti-phishing domain and the built-in security advisor of
an integrated Internet Explorer and Firefox. The second option would interfere with the front page so I would remove both.
User Interface (GUI) tool bar Cleaner is a quick and easy course. It lists all the toolbars and BHO in Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome and installed. You can use the toolbar you want to delete, and click the “Delete Selected Toolbar (s) / BHO (s)”. It has everything you need to do. Toolbar Cleaner safely removes the selected options of the browser.