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Solved: How to uninstall softonic!??!

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by BLANKICONSHELP, Oct 3, 2010.

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  1. BLANKICONSHELP

    BLANKICONSHELP Thread Starter

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    I have no idea how I downloaded Softonic-Eng7 toolbar but I think it's making my internet keep on crashing. I also did think I uninstalled it A.K.A I did these steps.

    In order to remove (uninstall) the "Softonic Toolbar" from your "Internet Explorer" follow these steps.

    First make sure you have the "Menu bar" in your "Internet Explorer" activated. If it is not active, right-click somewhere on the grey area on the "Internet Explorer" window and make sure the "Menu Bar" option is checked.

    When the "Menu Bar" is visible, click on "Tools" at the far right, then click on "Manage Add-ons". Click on 'Enable or Disable Add-Ons'. In the list of "Add-ons" select "Softonic English Toolbar". Look below and click on the 'Disable' button. You may need to restart your computer for it to take effect.

    I didn't do the 'Enable or Disable Add-Ons' because I couldn't find it. but I went back on it and I can't find softonic but if i right-clicked on the grey area it's still there! So please tell me what I did wrong and how to uninstall it!!!!!!:( Oh I also have internet explorer 8 if that helps.
     
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    BLANKICONSHELP Thread Starter

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    Sup again I just went into control panal>add/remove programs and uninstalled it! But thnx for lokking at this anyway maybe it'll help someone;p
     
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