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How to Remove "Free AOL & Unlimited Internet"?

Posted on 2004-09-06
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  "Free AOL & Unlimited Internet" is now in the toolbar of IE after downloadng Netscape or ? after trying to use Real Player.

How can I completely do away with this  obnoxious link?
Thank you.
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Try right clicking on the toolbar and go to customise, delet it from there.
If it has embedded itself, a good spyware detector should be able to remove it. Download / install/ update / run both ad-aware (www.lavasoftusa.com) and Spybot (http://security.kolla.de).
Use a browser that doesn't get hijacked with this sort of rubbish, type firefox (www.mozilla.org/products/firefox) or opera (www.opera.com)
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