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I've been hijacked by Bing......

Posted on 2011-04-18
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somehow, my home page got changed from my yahoo to bing.
I manually went in and changed it back.

Now, I see on my Firefox, I have the bing tool bar. Any way to remove that?
thanks.
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yes you can remove it.

i have the greek version of Firefox so i will try to guess the menu names.

Go to tools or options. there should be a menu with name "Toolbox" or something with an arrow find bing toolbar and uncheck it.
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Bing has the tool bar so jammed together, I had trouble finding an empty space to right click in the tool bar.
In there, the tool bar was checked.

I did not find it in tools and do not see a tool box.
So, my Firefox is left with no tool bar = good enough.
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I did not intend to delete the question.
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thanks
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my error, I meant to award points to JChrison.
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