To uninstall the Google toolbar from an Internet browser, use the remove programs option in the Windows Control Panel on the computer. Learn how to uninstall the Google toolbar in this free video on computer networks and repairs from a systems management expert and computer technician.
Hi, I'm Chris Bryce, from SuperService.com.Let's talk about how to uninstall the Google Toolbar.Now, with Google Functionality being built in to a lot of the web browsers out there nowadays, a lot of people have decided that they don't need the Google Toolbar anymore, so if you're looking to remove that toolbar, here's the easiest way to go about doing it. You'll go to the control panel, and then if you're using Windows XP, you'll select the Add/Remove programs option. If you're using Windows Vista, you'll go to the Uninstall program option, or icon. Once you've clicked on that icon or that link, to uninstall a program, you'll come up with a list of the programs that are installed on your computer. You'll go down to the section that lists the Google Toolbar, and if you're using Windows XP, you'll click the Remove button, just to the right of that description, of the software that's installed. If you're using Windows Vista, you'll select the Google Toolbar, and then at the top, you'll choose the Uninstall program button. Once you've done either of those things, the uninstallation process will start. Follow the on screen instructions for uninstalling the program, and Google Toolbar will be removed. That's the easiest way to uninstall Google Toolbar.