How to Remove a Daemon Search Bar


The Daemon Tools Toolbar is a package of several useful gadgets that sit on your browser. The main feature of the toolbar is a search function that lets you search the web without leaving the web page you are on. The gadgets also include a weather feature, a world clock and a translation tool. Although these features are functional, they take up space on your browser and resources on your computer. If you are not using them, it is recommended that you remove the toolbar.

  • Close your Internet browser.

  • Press your "Start" button in the bottom-left corner of your desktop. Scroll up and hit "Control Panel."

  • Find and click on the "Uninstall a program" link below "Programs." In Windows Vista, find and click the "Programs and Features" icon. Choose the "Add or Remove Programs" icon if you are working in Windows XP.

  • Scroll through the applications that are on your computer. Find the "Daemon Tools Toolbar" item. Highlight it and hit "Uninstall/Change" if you are in Windows Vista or Windows 7. Click "Change/Remove" if you are working in Windows XP. Follow the prompts to uninstall the software. Repeat this step if you notice other Daemon Tools Toolbar items.

  • Restart your computer.

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