1. Hunting down an unwanted toolbar
After you've opened your Web browser of choice, you'll have to navigate to your browser's add-on page. Once you're there, go to the next page for what to do there.
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Click the gear icon in the upper right corner and select "Manage add-ons."
You'll end up at the Toolbars and Extensions screen. Read on to learn what to delete.
You can find Firefox's option menu by clicking on the 3 bars located to the far right of your browser.
Then click the add-ons button to navigate to the add-ons page.
Then click Extensions to see what's installed. Some toolbars also end up under Plugins.
Click the three lines to see Chrome's option screen. Then mouse over the "tools" icon and click the "extensions" button.
That should've brought you to a page that looks like the one below. Click the Extensions link to see what's installed.
Click the Safari drag-down menu and select the preferences option.
Now click the "extensions" tab and your screen should look something like this.
OK, we found your add-on page.