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The Ask Toolbar is a Web browser add-on that is often bundled with free software downloads for Windows. The toolbar causes changes that some users consider undesirable, including changing the browser's default home page ... More »

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To uninstall the Ask.com toolbar, close all browsers, click Start on the Windows taskbar, and select Control Panel from the menu. On the Control Panel window, click Uninstall a Program under the Programs category. On the... More »

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The Ask Toolbar is a potentially unwanted program toolbar that is usually installed as a bundle with another program and can hijack the home page and search engine of a user. It can be uninstalled manually, with the help... More »

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To remove the Ask search toolbar, go to the Control Panel, open the Programs and Features list, click on the Ask Toolbar, and initiate the uninstall process. Open your Web browser, and reverse the changes made in the sea... More »

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The Ask Toolbar is a potentially unwanted program toolbar that is usually installed as a bundle with another program and can hijack the home page and search engine of a user. It can be uninstalled manually, with the help... More »

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