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Delete Toolbar

by michaelpoet / June 9, 2004 12:25 AM PDT

Hello everyone, Im new to these forums so please fogive me as Im a windows dummy,lol. Ive got a toolbar on my pc and the reg. remove on add or delete does;nt show up. agrrrrr Can some one please help me??? Thanks....michael

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Re:Delete Toolbar
by Cursorcowboy / June 9, 2004 12:39 AM PDT
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1. The article [Q176497] explains that the very top title bar of the IE window consists of the page title and the window title specified by the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) <TITLE> tag on the current page. The default is Microsoft Internet Explorer but can be either customized by Internet Content Providers (ICPs), Internet Service Providers (ISPs), corporate administrators by using Microsoft Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK), or by the user who manually edits the system registry.

2. Familiarization: "Browser Helper Objects: The Browser the Way You Want It."

a. Browser helper objects are Component Object Model (COM) components that loads when IE is started and are objects run in the same memory context as the browser, and they can perform any action on the available windows and modules. For developer information about browser helper objects, visit the following Microsoft Web "site." An interesting "site" lists all known Browser Helper Objects (BHOs).

b. It is suggested that "BHODemon" (that can be downloaded and used from this site) may just be the utility needed and used for such a situation.

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Re:Delete Toolbar
by Kees Bakker / June 9, 2004 12:50 AM PDT
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