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It depends on the browser you are using if it is Internet Explorer than right click ( use the right mousse button) at the very top of the page, a little window will open up make sure "menu bar" is checked, than look on the menu bar for " tools" click on " tools" look down the list and click on "manage add- ons" look down the list on the right hand side for the toolbar( s) you do not want click on it and click disable. Restart your " Internet explorer" and the offending tool bar should be gone. You can also click on " start", "control panel", " add/ remove programs" ( windows XP) or " programs and features"( vista, windows7) look down the list for the toolbar and click on it, and click " uninstall " to remove permanently from your machine
My Computer -> Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs -> Remove Programs -> When List Of Prgrams Is Populated move the cursor down to "Iminent Tool Bar" & hit remove, Remove all other programs that are related to Imminent downloaded programs then "X" out of all the screens, restart your PC & the tool bar you don't want will not be there any more!, please rate my answer, Paul
If you're seeing notifications that the copy of Windows
that is installed on your PC might not be genuine, or that you might be
a victim of counterfeit software, it's likely that your copy of Windows
was not properly activated or is otherwise not genuine. To fix this,
click the notification and follow the steps to either repair Windows or-if you have inadvertently obtained counterfeit software-buy genuine Windows.
If you are using Windows XP, download and install the Windows Genuine Advantage Notification Application. It will scan your operating system and will remove the annoying message if it's a legitimate copy of windows.
To add a toolbar, click Tools, then Toolbars from the Command bar or right-click on the Command bar to see a list of toolbar options. You can activate or deactivate a number of Internet Explorer toolbars from this menu option. You can even Lock the Toolbars to make Internet Explorer show the same toolbars each time you use the browser.
To add or remove Add-ons, click Tools from the Command bar and select Manage Add-ons from the drop-down menu. From this menu you can view and manage a list of different Add-on Types you've got installed in the browser. To add more, click on the Find more providers... option at the bottom of the window. To delete an Add-on, highlight the one you wish to remove and select Remove, or select Disable if you wish to leave it installed but make it inactive.