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I down loaded Mozilla Firefox 18 for my new windows 8 I got a nasty surprise the claro search bar came with my down load. I have tried every thing I can think of from uninstalling Mozilla and re downloading Mozilla and much more. I am desperate my personal information is not protected. Can some one HELP ME?
> Open Menu (last icon on top right, similar to stack of books)
> Highlight unwanted toolbar(s)
Posted on Apr 10, 2015
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Posted on Apr 07, 2015
Just go to Control Panel and there try to find the tool bar.
If it is not there, try uninstalling Firefox and everything's associated with it, then USE IE10. It's BETTER!!!
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is due to the registry entries that are installed with Firefox. Any major changes to the system registry requires a reboot. However, a reboot in this case is not immediatelly necessary. You can ignore this error and reboot later if you are working on something, or close out all programs and reboot the computer.
I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
check all the add on's and try to update.
if its not working then try to uninstall mozila and again download it from this link::
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
SOURCE: Yoog Search engine removal
i completley removed firefox as I got rid of the yoog problem on IE8 and it kept reappearing on firefox and then back onto my IE8.
To remove 'yoog', reset your default search at the top right to google. on START at the bottom left, type in COMMAND PROMPT. on the black screen on command prompt, type in REGEDIT. This will take you to the regestry editor, go to EDIT then type in YOOG on find........... 3 codes will appear. Right click DELETE each one. Restart your computer.......... Problem solved.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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Go to Control Panel, click Programs (software).
Uninstall "Browser Manager" +
"Bprotector" + "Object Installer" + "Babylon Toolbar
> Open a new Firefox window (website)
> Go to Tools> Options> and go to change your
order, the Home. ( f.e www.google.de)
and click OK.
> Remove the search engine of Babylon by clicking
the small arrow next to the icon of Babylon
> Manage Search Engines
> select Babylon and Remove
> Close Firefox and open again
> write in the address Bar "about:config " and
> Write in the search engine "Babylon."
> Click on any 'Babylon' preferences with the right mouse
button and select "Reset"
In the following video you can see how to change TAB URL :
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