How do I remove the Ask toolbar from Google Chrome I'm not sure how I got this darn thing, but I have been downloading a few different drawing packages so I'm assuming I allowed it entry from something there. What was happening is that every time I put a word in the address bar (omnibox) - whereas normally it would bring up Google search - this annoying Ask search thing would come up. Look what happens when I type in Walk Off The Earth in the address bar...... <-- see my review there - Great Band Useless!! These are Asksupports instructions that didn't work for me but they might for you. To remove the Ask Tool Bar from Chrome - In an open Chrome browser, click on the Wrench In the top right-hand corner of the browser window. - Hover over Tools In the menu that appears and click on Extensions. - Locate the Ask extension and click the Remove button next to it. - Click Uninstall In the box that appears. - Close and re-open your browser.To reset your Chrome homepage, [...]
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I love Google Chrome and I also love Twitter.com so incognito has proved extremely helpful when I want work on various accounts at the same time. Its quite simple, you can just use Chrome's incognito; pages that you view in this window won't appear in your browser history or search history, and they won't leave other traces, like cookies, on your computer after you close the incognito window. Any files that you download or bookmarks that you create will be preserved, however. Using this you can open second accounts in Google Mail, Facebook or Twitter or anyother program application that you use that only allow you to log in once. Click - the Spanner icon (top left) Click - New Incognito window There you are done. Google Chrome & Privacy - Browsers, Privacy and You You will know that you are using inconito as the icon appears in the top left. For more information click Google chrome and privacy Hope this helps