a browser add-on for Internet Explorer
a browser add-on program that add features to your surfing and these days almost every other website is offering them
a little widget you add to your browser to make it more useful
a method of "Add/Malware" , not ast because it to the code that it can even weeks
a windows based software program that integrates with Internet Explorer allowing a user add useful features to their Browser that make their Internet experience faster, better and more secure
a windows based software program that intergrates with Internet Explorer allowing businesses and resources to deliver content to users whenever a user opens their browser
a windows based software program that intergrates with Internet Explorer allowing businesses and resources to deliver content to you whenever you open your browser
An extra set of controls that can be added to many programs to provide extra functionality not present in the standard version, such as the Google toolbar, which lets you do Google searches from your browser without having to go to the website.
A row of objects on your browser with labels underneath each object. Items in the toolbar let you do things with your browser. The toolbar often includes items such as "Back," "Forward," "Reload," "Home," "Search," "Guide," "Images," "Print," "Security," and "Stop."
With reference to search engines , toolbars are browser add-ons provided by the search engines. These toolbars often include a search box, shortcuts to the different sections of the search engine, additional page information etc.
Toolbars are seen in common applications such as Microsoft Word, and as add-ons for web browsers such as Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. From Wikipedia.
A group of tools to help you use the Internet. Toolbars are part of a browser.
A toolbar is a convenient way to access commands or additional functionality. A toolbar on your web browser, for example, may contain a search box, links to useful sites, or access to browser plugins. Toolbars should also be treated with caution. Some toolbars also install spyware. Starware installs toolbars that also serve ads.