Google Toolbar For Firefox:
Recently, in the discussion posted at google, there seems to be a problem in carrying on the Google toolbar in the updated Firefox 5 browser.
It may seem to be confusing for a non-savvy to understand this discussion, but once you get an update to an internet browser Firefox 5, then you will understand what we mean.
However, at this moment we may tell you a little bit about the difference between an Internet browser and browser toolbar.
On the other hand, a browser toolbar is the icon that we usually see in an Internet browser like the Google toolbar. But apparently in these recent days, browser toolbars are deemed as common as the Internet browser.
In view of this, Google made their own research whether is it necessary to retain their support for the browser industry or not.
Eventually, they found that the browser industry is growing in exponential that they have to cut the Google toolbar support for the latest Firefox 5, as they think that their toolbar is no longer necessary for the platform.
This trimming down of Toolbar support has made us to think that this could be the start for total removal of Toolbars in our browsers.
Admittedly, this can give rise into different views, but we think that it’s time to free our browsers with the clutter of Toolbars.
If you are still using the prior versions of Firefox, the Google Toolbar support still continues. But you can uninstall it by clicking the arrow next to the spanner icon while firefox is running, then select unistall from drop down menu.
Click the uninstall button. Another way is that you can go to the control panel, click the start button, and highlight Google toolbar for Firefox and click uninstall. Finally, your browser is now neat and clean.
Tell us your view about the Google toolbar on the comments below.