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too many toolbars

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More new computer problems. I seem to be accumulating toolbars at a record pace. I now have Bing, Google, and AVG plus the IE. I don't know how to get rid of the extra's. Thanks for suggestions. URBROJR
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How to Remove Toolbars
Remove Toolbars - How to Get Rid of Unwanted Toolbars
Uninstall Any Browser Toolbar from Internet Explorer

Usually when installing software, they always recommend the default or automatic install. If you check the "Custom" install instaed, many times, this is where you have the option to opt out of a toolbar being installed. Tools bars are not all that great, but they sure seem popular.
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