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Old 06-29-2008, 06:47 PM   #1
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Default How to Remove Tool Bars From Firefox

Just downloaded and installed Comodo Firewall Pro. The installation added a Comodo Toolbar to my Firefox browser. How do I remove this?
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Old 06-29-2008, 08:03 PM   #2
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Default Re: How to Remove Tool Bars From Firefox

Go to 'view',go to 'toolbars',and then untick the one you want to hide.
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I know I can hide the toolbar. No way to completely get rid of it though?
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Im not fammiliar with the comodo firewall,you could try looking for it in the control panel,in add remove programs,It might be listed as safe surf toolbar,or firewall toolbar.



Also,Try go to tools (In firefox),Click on 'addons',and click on the tab 'extensions',See if its in there,if not,try the tab 'plugins'.
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Default Re: How to Remove Tool Bars From Firefox

Thank you Neodude. Looks like it is the SafeSurf toolbar, the functions of which you clued me into on my other post. I will keep this installed for its security functions, and just keep it hidden.
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