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If an unwanted toolbar does appear in Internet Explorer, you can disable it using the Add-on Manager. Sometimes, however, the problem may be more persistent. If the problem persists, start Internet Explorer in No Add-ons mode and then use the Add-on Manager to disable all add-ons that you have not intentionally installed.
In Internet Explorer 7, No Add-ons mode allows Internet Explorer to temporarily run without any toolbars, ActiveX controls, or other add-ons. It is very useful when troubleshooting a problem that might be related to an add-on. To enable Add-ons Disabled mode, follow these steps:
• Open the Start menu and point to All Programs.
• Point to Accessories, click System Tools, and then click Internet Explorer (No Add-ons).
• Note the Information bar display in your browser that indicates add-ons are disabled.
Running Internet Explorer from the standard Start menu shortcut will return the functionality to its prior state.
Remove any unnecessary add-ons and then also check the program features/add remove programs in Control panel to uninstall any Toolbars. Once removed, the IE will also speed up its operations.
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