Missing Google Toolbar on Mac OS X Lion

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I've been using Google Toolbar on my Mac OS X Lion and Safari and I find it very useful since it saves time because I can just click on the Toolbar if I need something instead of going to favourites and my bookmarks are there too. The search field is also very useful for me instead of opening a new tab and go to Google.com directly. However, this morning the toolbar is suddenly missing. I don't know the reason but I am positive that I did not remove it from my Mac. I want to know how I can still install it again. Just that I really want to install it back. Kindly please help me.

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Missing Google Toolbar on Mac OS X Lion

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I think this is a known issue for Mac OS X Lion. After upgrading Safari, Google Search Toolbar is no longer included. Anyway, there is an alternative that you can try. Just click on the link below and install Google toolbar:

Google Toolbar for Safari Browser

This Toolbar will give you access to your Gmail, YouTube, Tasks and more and will even notify you when you have a new email or Google+ notification. You can also search with SSL From your Safari browser and allows you to view your Google Bookmarks anywhere. It can also translate more than 40 languages in an instant and a lot more.

You can also enable Quick Search Box in your Mac PC. Just go to the Applications folder in finder and then click Google Quick Search Box. If you want to disable it, just hold Ctrl on your keyboard and then click the Quick Search Box under your Dock and choose Quit.

 

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