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Google Toolbar is a nice and cool toolbar which, once installed, sits on your browser (below the web adress field) and let you gain access to all Google services in an easy and simple way. Sometimes such a toolbar might stop working properly, other times instead it might even disappear or get blank without any chance to get it back. This toturial will show you how to restore Google Toolbar by tweaking and settings certain options in your computer and in your browser.

Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer

  1. Right-click any empty space on your browser toolbar.
  2. Click Google Toolbar. If the Google Toolbar doesn’s show up, try to click any empty space next to your Internet Explorer Boomark icon, and next Help on Firefox.

Microsoft Internet Explorer

  1. Click Tools.
  2. Click Toolbar.
  3. Tick the Google option.

Microsoft Internet Explorer

  1. Click Tools.
  2. Click the Manage Add-ons.
  3. Click Toolbar on the left pane.
  4. On the right pane, look for Google inc.
  5. Click each items (such as Google Toolbar, Google Toolbar helper etc)
  6. Click the Activate button located at the end of the list.

More procedures for Internet Explorer

Step 1: Enable add-ons

  1. Click the Internet Explorer Tools menu, or press Alt-T on your keyboard.
  2. Select Manage Add-ons.
  3. If Google Toolbar, Google Toolbar Helper, or Google Toolbar Notifier BHO is disabled, select each add-on and click Enable.
  4. Click Close.

Step 2: Enable the Toolbar in the “View” menu

  1. Click the Internet Explorer View menu, or press Alt-V on your keyboard.
  2. Select Toolbars.
  3. If Google Toolbar doesn’t have a checkmark beside it, select Google Toolbar.

Step 3: Reset Internet Explorer settings

  1. Click the Internet Explorer Tools menu, or press Alt-T on your keyboard.
  2. Select Internet Options.
  3. On the Advanced tab, click Reset.
  4. Select the “Delete personal settings” checkbox.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. If you still don’t see the Toolbar, try the steps above again to re-enable add-ons and the Toolbar.

Mozilla Firefox

Step 1: Enable add-ons

1. Click the Firefox Tools menu, or press Alt-T on your keyboard.
2. Select Add-ons.
3. Click Google Toolbar for Firefox.
4. If you see an Enable button, click it to enable Toolbar. If you see a Disable button, Toolbar is already enabled.
5. Click Close.

Step 2: Enable Toolbar in the “View” menu

1. Click the Firefox View menu, or press Alt-V on your keyboard.
2. Select Toolbars.
3. If Google Toolbar doesn’t have a checkmark beside it, select Google Toolbar.

If none of the procedurse above worked, try to reinstall your Google Toolbar. Go to toolbar.google.com and follow the easy steps  to install the toolbar from scratch.


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