It's not that I "want" a toolbar but find that toolbars are causing problems. Users, can't or won't allow themselves the time to protect against their install because they don't slow down enough to see that they can uncheck the toolbar install. -OR- Should a toolbar get installed and it allows itself or other malware to become part of an infestation or troubling actions that NOW the users sees the light because it does something it didn't do before. Further, if the user uses the WWW to find fixes or cures, the uninstalled toolbar may direct or redirect web searches to even more malware of doubtful fixes. Go figure, then they call me... Each one is different and not always easy to return back to normal at least in a timely fashion. BTW, I just finished cleaning a PC of this very problem, they had 5 toolbars...WHY? Thus, asking if aa website may cover more than one bad toolbars with actions to correct it.
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