Toolbars are available for download and installation to provide productivity enhancement and search convenience to the users. There are many first-rate toolbars providing some awesome features. Some of them are actually good in enhancing the internet search convenience. However, there are some toolbars that can prove to be more of a huge liability than an asset. They just invade the browser real estate, make unsolicited changes to the browser settings and annoy the users with many changes without their permission. Whitesmoke toolbar is more annoying than providing any use. Fortunately, Whitesmoke toolbar removal is possible. Here is how you can do that:
Here are the Whitesmoke toolbar removal instructions:
From Internet Explorer
1. Launch Internet Explorer.
2. Thereafter, you need to navigate to top menu and then click on Tools. Then, you need to select Manage add-ons from the list. You will see a window appear, where in you will be able to manage Internet Explorer add-ons.
3. You need to click on Toolbars and Extensions located on left side of the window.
4. Then, for removing WhiteSmoke Toolbar from this list, you need to highlight it and click on Remove button. In case ‘WhiteSmoke Toolbar’ is not there, it may be present in another name. You need to find and delete related entries such as WhiteSmoke Bar, FuncServer, etc.
5. After that, you need to click on the OK button for saving the settings and then restart Internet Explorer.
From Google Chrome
1. Launch Google Chrome.
2. You need to locate and click the wrench icon located on top-left portion of the browser. After that, you need to select Settings from the list.
3. When it opens a window, you need to click on the Extensions located on left side panel.
4. Most of the time, the browser has empty Extension, unless you have installed some based on your preference. At the same place, you can find the item provided by WhiteSmoke Toolbar. You need to remove the unwanted entry. In case it is not there, again you need to locate and remove relevant WhiteSmoke Toolbar extensions such as WSEnrichment, FuncServer, etc.
5. When done, you may now restart Google Chrome for the changes to take effect.
This way you can remove Whitesmoke toolbar from Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. You can also remove it from Mozilla Firefox by following similar steps. Some authentic toolbar removal software also can help you out if you are not sure about how to do it yourselves.
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