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What’s on your Toolbar?

Recent news of the Google Toolbar hijacking 404 pages got me a bit curious. Are people still using toolbars until now? I guess the obvious answer is yes.

Obviously all these toolbar fanaticism is driven by only two things — ad money and spying data gathering.


 




So, what toolbars are installed in your browser and why are they in there?

  • Google Toolbar
  • Yahoo! Toolbar
  • MSN Toolbar
  • Ask Jeeves
  • Alexa Toolbar
  • DAP
  • eBay
  • Teoma
  • Stumble Upon
  • Netcraft
  • ESPN Toolbar
  • NBA Scoreboard
  • Skype Toolbar
  • ICQ
  • Neopet
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Dictionary.com Toolbar
  • MySpace
  • Alta Vista
  • WindowsLive

Oh, there’s tons of them on the list. I just notice I had the Google and Stumble Upon toolbar and yet I don’t use them.



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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19 Responses

  1. calvin says:

    google toolbar only but just for the search box.

  2. Gem says:

    I am always against any toolbars. Mostly it slows down my connection (I still use dial-up). But there is one toolbar that I have permitted in on my firefox browser – the one from workabroad.ph because they had no RSS feed.

  3. Dyimz says:

    I got yahoo on my firefox…I don’t even know why it is there..=]

  4. LiNTEK says:

    google and netcraft

  5. djoching says:

    i got google and stumble upon too but don’t use them also…

  6. jhay says:

    I use Google toolbar on Firefox mainly for the one-click gmail button, sometimes I also use the Image and News search buttons when I’m a bit lazy.

    Other toolbars have been banished because they are not only useless and hog system resources, they also eat up screen space.

  7. nina says:

    Nada. I like having clutter-free browsers.

  8. dwek says:

    google and urban dead toolbar

  9. Jaypee says:

    I only have the StumbleUpon toolbar which I use once in a while. :D

    If you have toolbars on your browser without you installing them yourself, it came with a program that you installed. Next time, make sure to read first before installing a program.

  10. Melatonina says:

    dead toolbar ba? hehehe

  11. Lloyd Lopez says:

    I’m just using google toolbar.

  12. Abel says:

    Web developer toolbar is still the most productive toolbar for me.

  13. BrianB says:

    My screen is low enough as it is, but I do have stumbleupon and google, which gives me a translator, autolink and PR. I do have other toolbars on the options section.

  14. I have Google Toolbar and Stumble Upon. Been using those two since it first came out, and use both regularly.

    Other than that, I also have Yoono and the WebDeveloper toolbar.

    This is for Firefox 2 btw. Waiting for these toolbars to be compatible with Firefox 3.

  15. bluejackal says:

    i use google toolbar for searches and email, and yahoo toolbar for email too, both firefox versions. reminds of cnets worst download for 2007 – the kevin federline toolbar..hehe

  16. boddah says:

    google toolbar only

  17. Vincent says:

    Webdeveloper toolbar for my firefox

  18. karla says:

    @Abel,
    Amen to that. :) I do not like a cluttered browser. :D

  19. some people are in denial… they say they don’t care about PR but they still have the little green bar on the browser…

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