If you are one of the computer users who like to try new freeware, you would be familiar with the offer of installing toolbars while installing some free software. Some freeware requires us to install toolbars, as it’s a way of generating some revenue by the developers.
While most of the times we are careful not to install the annoying toolbars, sometimes, they slip past us, or install even after unchecking the option for toolbar installation.
It’s not just the freeware installation – sometimes we install some toolbars to try the features and get stuck with them.
Some of these toolbars are notoriously difficult to remove. One particularly well-known for this behavior is the Ask Toolbar. If you have multiple toolbars installed on your PC, we now have an easy way to remove all or any of them simultaneously.
Remove Annoying Browser Toolbars With Multi Toolbar Remover:
The Multi-Toolbar Remover application was developed to be a small tool that will allow you to remove the toolbars of your choice.
It will remove all entries of many Toolbars such as:
- Google Toolbar and QuickSearchBox
- Yahoo! Toolbar
- AOL Toolbar
- AOL Radio Toolbar
- AOL News Toolbar
- AOL Email Toolbar
- AOL TalkTalk Toolbar
- Comcast Toolbar
- ASK Toolbar
To remove any toolbar, just check the box next to the toolbar name and click on the “Remove” button. You would get a confirmation window which lets you know if the toolbar has been removed.
It’s easy to use and makes the job of getting rid of annoying toolbars very easy. It’s very small in size (~300 Kb) and needs no installation. Download it below.