Multi-Toolbar Remover is a simple, lightweight and portable application whose sole purpose is to remove multiple toolbars from your web browsers, as the name implies. It can be handled by all types of users, even the ones with limited or no experience in software apps.
Toolbars for web browsers are usually unintentionally installed by users, as they are integrated as third-party components during the installation of various applications. They often prove to be rather stubborn to remove from the system, and this is why Multi-Toolbar Remover was created.
As installation is not an issue, you can simply drop the executable file anywhere on the hard drive and run it immediately. As an alternative, you can save Multi-Toolbar Remover to a USB flash drive or similar storage unit, in order to remove these toolbars from your notebooks as well, or other workstations.
What's important to know is that portable utilities do not make changes to the Windows Registry, thus the risk of system errors is not increased. Another convenient factor is that files are not left behind on the hard drive after deleting these applications.
The GUI of the tool is made from a small and plain window, where the WYSIWYG principle clearly applies, since there are no other options available, aside from the ones visible in the main frame.
A list of all supported toolbars is shown at startup, and you can select one of more components to remove from the system, with one click of the mouse button; changes are immediately applied. This list includes Yahoo! Toolbar, AOL Toolbar, Comcast Toolbar and ASK Toolbar.
Multi-Toolbar Remover doesn't put a strain on the computer's performance, since it needs a minimal amount of CPU and system memory to work properly. It has a good response time and doesn't cause the OS to hang, crash or display error dialogs. Unfortunately, the developer hasn't worked on Multi-Toolbar Remover for quite some time, so the list of supported toolbars is not regularly updated.