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Inbox Toolbar is an Internet browser hijacker that can infect most Internet browsers, including Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, as of 2014. The program typically infects a computer through free down... More »

To get rid of unwanted toolbars from any Web browser, locate the toolbar in the add-on and extension menu of the browser, then select the option to remove or delete it. The process takes just a few minutes. More »

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