How to Manually Uninstall Annoying Toolbars

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By Anand Khanse for The Windows Club

How to Manually Uninstall Annoying Toolbars

How often has it happened that you have suddenly noticed new toolbars installed on your Windows computer? Or maybe you noticed that you browsers search engine or home page was suddenly changed. If you have noticed these things, it is quite possible that some software may have without your permission installed a 3rd-party browser toolbar on your system. In most cases, when you go on to install some software, you do not read the instructions during the installation and usually go on clicking Next – and you forget to uncheck the pre-checked box, where you may be asked whether you want a free toolbar on your computer – and you end up with an unwanted toolbar on your computer.

Why would companies want to install a ‘free’ toolbar on your system? Well, they may get money for every toolbar installed and so some of the free software you install may have toolbars bundled into it or they may want to change your searching habits or they may want to spy on your surfing habits. Often you will notice popups while surfing on the Internet. This could be due to these toolbars too.

In any case, whether you have installed a toolbar out of choice or got one bundled with some software, and you want to remove it, this is how you can go about it.

Uninstall Yahoo, Google, Bing toolbar

In most case, especially where the toolbar is from a company of repute like the Google toolbar, Yahoo toolbar or the Bing toolbar, you will be able to easily and completely install it via your Control Panel. Navigate to the Programs and Features applet, see if the toolbar is listed, and if listed, double-click on it to uninstall.

If it is not listed, you may want to check if you can do so via your browsers settings panel.

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5 thoughts on “How to Manually Uninstall Annoying Toolbars

  1. I have a new connection showing up “curleywireless” also I show 3 seperate connection sites, but I am a comcast customer what’s happening? And most of the time I do not have internet access, what to do? anybody?

  2. Why not simply go to the tool bar and on the left side ( usually( is a big X next to the tool bar. Left click on the x and it goes away or you get a window asking if you want it closed tempoerarily or permanately( follow directions) Also , like in the case of Yahoo. IT asksMAKR YAHOO MY internate provider

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