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Toolbar Cleaner Removes all Toolbars From Firefox, IE and Chrome

Toolbars are browser add-ons that get installed on your computer with or without your permission, especially while installing some software programs. Toolbars can affect performance of your browser, can collect your browsing habits, and may increase broadband data usage.

Though, it is possible to remove toolbars via Windows Add/Remove programs, not all are able to do so. The little tool Toolbar Cleaner may help you remove all unwanted toolbars just with a click.

Toolbar Cleaner can remove toolbars and Browser Helper Object (BHO) from Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers and web apps from Google Chrome.

Just download (748Kb) and install Toolbar Cleaner. Run Toolbar Cleaner, it will display complete list of Toolbars installed on Firefox, Chrome, and IE, also you get a complete list of BHOs installed on your IE.

 Select the toolbars and BHOs you want to uninstall and click the ‘Remove Selected Toolbar(s)/BHO(s)’ button to remove selected items.

Conclusion: For Google Chrome, You can use this tool to remove installed web apps and extensions. I don’t know why this option, as the same can be done with Chrome extension manager.

Toolbar Cleaner can be downloaded at source here


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