The raganam toolbar is a browser add-on for Safari, Internet Explorer and Firefox. It includes a search bar and other features such as links, bookmarking and a radio. It allows you to search for content no matter where you are on the Web. If you no longer use the raganam toolbar and simply want to get rid of it, you can uninstall it quickly and safely from any of the web browsers that use it.
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Click "Finder" on the dock to launch a finder window.
Click "Applications," scroll down to "Toolbars" and then click "Raganam." Double-click "Uninstall," enter your username and password, then click "OK" to remove the toolbar.
Close and relaunch Safari when the uninstall process completes.
Click "Start" and click the "Control Panel." Double-click "Add or Remove Programs" (XP) or "Uninstall a Program" (Windows 7 and Vista).
Click "Raganam Toolbar" and click "Remove" or "Uninstall." When prompted, confirm your selection.
Close and relaunch your browser when the process completes.
Click the "Tools" menu in your browser and click "Add-ons." A new dialogue box launches.
Click "Extensions" and click the "Raganam Toolbar." Click "Uninstall" to remove the toolbar.
Close and relaunch your browser.
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