Uninstall java ask tool bar?

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Hi Experts,

I am having java ask tool bar on my browser.vIt got installed forcibly when I installed some other software.

But it had become a real nuisance to me now.

Does anyone know how to remove java ask tool bar without affecting my jdk 5.0.

Thanks.

Regards,

Hollis Riley

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Answered By 0 points N/A #133754

Uninstall java ask tool bar?

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You can uninstall this toolbar using the same uninstalling procedure that we follow to uninstall other tools.

Open Control Panel, Then choose Programs and features if you have windows 7 as your OS, Add or remove if you have XP as your OS. 

Check whether you are able to see the list of tools that are installed in your system in the list shown.

If you see anything starting with 'Ask…' select that and click on uninstall. It will remove the toolbar from your system. Make sure you reboot the system once you have uninstalled it.

Most of the toolbars require restarting the system completely so better to reboot the system to remove the toolbar completely from your system.

Answered By 0 points N/A #133755

Uninstall java ask tool bar?

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Removing java ask tool bar. For windows XP users

Go to the start menu click on control panel and then open the add/ remove programs right click on ask tool bar and click on the uninstall.

For windows vista  users Go to start menu click on control panel then programs and then uninstall a program

Answered By 555965 points N/A #133756

Uninstall java ask tool bar?

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This is a very common issue and usually happens after installing a particular application. I’ve also tried installing the Ask toolbar before which comes with the application I installed. Actually, there is an option in the dialog box during the installation where you can disable the Ask Toolbar from being installed together with the program.

I think in your case you did not pay any much attention on the dialog box that appears during the installation and just kept on pressing the Next button to continue with the installation. This is actually your fault in the first place because it is your job to read every information that comes with the software before you actually install it.

When the toolbar is installed, it appears as an add-on to your web browser. The process of removing it is already explained above. I will just explain it again more graphically. To remove the Ask Toolbar, click Start, Control Panel, then Add or Remove Programs. See image.

In the list of programs, select your program or in your case select Ask Toolbar then click Change/Remove. In case Change and Remove are in separate buttons, select Remove to uninstall the toolbar from your computer. Click Ok to confirm removal. The selected program in the image is only an example.

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